3D Repo is thrilled to be awarded Health and Safety Software of the Year for the Discovering Safety Programme, as well as Editor’s Choice at the Construction Computing Awards last night in London.
The Construction Computing Awards, also known as ‘The Hammers’, took place at the Leonardo Royal Hotel in London City and aims to showcase and reward the technology, tools and solutions for the effective design, construction, maintenance and modification of commercial buildings, residential and social housing and civil engineering projects of all sizes.
Health and Safety BIM Software of the Year
The Discovering Safety programme is funded by the Lloyd’s Register Foundation and is being delivered by 3D Repo, HSE, Atkins, Manchester University with the goal of finding new ways to harness and mine the wealth of health and safety information that is already available.
Now into its third year, the early phases of the Construction Risk Library project have seen SafetiBase deployed on pilot projects with AstraZeneca, Atkins, Faithful & Gould, Heathrow, and Multiplex.
Read our white paper: Digitising Health and Safety