April 30th, 2018.
In partnership with Suez, Resolving develops batiRIM®, the first digital solution
for selective building deconstruction, serving the circular economy.
On this occasion, Resolving adapts its expertise in project
monitoring to the dismantling phase of deconstruction, attesting to its position as an innovative,
Based on Suez's know-how in recycling and Resolving's technological solutions, our partner presented at MIPIM,
the RIM® (Ressource Information Modeling), a new digital modeling tool for the management,
recovery and recycling of materials present in buildings.
The solution BatiRIM® makes it possible to locate, qualify and quantify products and materials used in buildings
to be renovated or deconstructed.
The challenge is to identify the potential of these buildings well ahead of the works.
From a touch pad, workers assign their information
concerning the flow of materials directly on referenced plans
in the 2D and 3D interface.
This audited data (windows, doors, cables ... quantity, surface, characteristics
...) is sent in real time to the collaborative and secure platform.
These elements are shared with recycling stakeholders to anticipate their subsequent valuation.
This anticipation approach based on digital modeling is part of
a need for reuse and recycling of materials which promotes the circular economy.
Listening to the needs of its customers and construction stakeholders, Resolving confirms its pioneering position with this partnership.