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Ajaccio hospital

Ajaccio (2A), France

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Project description

The manager for the AART Farah cabinet architectural project has designed a type of “two-volume compact” equipment: in the north, the medical-technical and logistic pole on five levels, following the steep slope of the ground and providing at the lower levels a direct grip with the natural ground; in the south, the outpatient center and accommodation on six levels, overlooking the bay of Ajaccio.

In 2013 this project was one of first BIM Call for Bids in France. The design & realization group still promotes today a policy of innovation and integration of all the state bodies in execution.
This policy will apply in particular during the operation phase, as soon as the work is finished and the delivery of DOE models as well as a specific GMAO model for the management of the building is completed.

The BIM process for this work was awarded twice in 2015, at the BIM d’OR, in the category of major projects, but also laureate of the “Best Practices” prize of the BIM distinguished by the Ministry of Housing, Territorial Equality, and Rurality.

Project information


Ajaccio (2A), France


Centre Hospitalier d’Ajaccio


AART Farah






2013 – 2018

  • BIM Management Project
  • Management BIM Execution
  • Management BIM Planning
  • BIM Process Management
  • Clash Detection
  • Verification of Conformity of the Model
  • Creating Parametric Families
  • Process and workflow assessment, document classification system, objectives and concerns of existing staff
  • Analysis and definition of standards and procedures
  • Automation and centralization of standards for BIM
  • Evaluation of the existing monitoring / project management system
  • Training BIM
  • Data BIM
  • Development for interoperability GMAO-GTB-GTCIM


“Too often, the plans that are tucked away for later are lost. We wanted to have a long-lasting, accessible, organized and usable BIM database for the duration of the building’s life.”

– M. Filleul, New Ajaccio Hospital Project Director

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