Tedagua shares its experience in the use of BIM methodology at the 'Technical Conference on Sanitation and Purification'
- Raúl Fernández, Director of Engineering at Tedagua, delivered a talk explaining the benefits of BIM methodology for streamlining processes and extending the lifespan of projects in the water sector.
- The conference provided participating companies with the opportunity to exchange ideas, advancements, and solutions that contribute to the growth of the sector and the development of new projects.
On February 6, the headquarters of the Andalusian Regional Government in Seville hosted the 'Technical Conference on Sanitation and Purification', organized by Aguasresiduales.info, where various companies in the sector shared the latest advancements in the water market. Raúl Fernández, Director of Engineering at Tedagua, presented a lecture explaining the company's experience in using BIM methodology.
Under the title "Use of BIM methodology for water treatment plant projects," the presentation provided an overview of the benefits its implementation has had on projects managed by Tedagua, leading to official certification, as well as its potential development within the Andalusian Regional Government as a tool for efficiently managing the entire asset lifecycle.
Furthermore, Raúl Fernández highlighted the advantages related to collaborative work enabled by the platform, as well as its contribution to error elimination. "It's a powerful tool that enhances project lifecycle management, but it must be used judiciously," he emphasized regarding the importance of common sense in utilizing this methodology.
A highly productive conference aimed at sharing knowledge about the most suitable purification solutions, as well as providing technical recommendations for drafting projects of this nature.