This was a build so large and so complex, that contractor BAM determined using BIM, linked to its default programme management software Powerproject.

BAM Identifies and Fixes 90 Percent of Conflicts Before Reaching Site Using BIM with Powerproject

Positioned in the heart of the city, the newly completed £60 million Leeds Arena is a world-class music and entertainment venue with a capacity for 13,500 people.
It has been designed with easy modification in mind to meet the changing requirements of a diverse event schedule, which could be anything from theatre to in-door sports.

It boasts a unique, fanshaped seating arrangement around the stage which is located at the back rather than the centre of the arena, designed to give spectators the best views and acoustic experience from any position.

This was a build so large and so complex, that contractor BAM determined that using Building Information Modeling (BIM), linked to its default programme management software Powerproject, would be the best possible way forward: to build it virtually first and iron out any errors before they appeared on site.

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Powerproject Case Study BAM Leeds Arena

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