NASHUA, N.H., April 13, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Architecture, engineering, construction, and operations and maintenance (AECO) industry consultancy, Microdesk, announced today that the NYNJ Link Partnership has selected Microdesk's ModelStream solution to connect all building information model (BIM) data to its asset management systems for major projects, including the Goethals Bridge Replacement Project.
Microdesk's ModelStream is a product that connects the information-driven power of BIM with the comprehensive asset lifecycle and maintenance management system IBM Maximo. ModelStream will provide NYNJ Link the ability to readily access facility asset data and easily visualize potential problems, track equipment, identify assets, and access data essential for effectively managing their facilities and infrastructure.
"Our nation's infrastructure is in dire need of investment both in improvements and utilization of new technologies like ModelStream to enhance the way we manage and maintain critical infrastructure like our bridges, highways, railways and airports," said Michael DeLacey, president of Microdesk. "The NYNJ Link's decision to integrate ModelStream with their asset management systems demonstrates that level of innovation, and will make projects like the Goethals Bridge the new standard of excellence."
ModelStream's capability to connect Autodesk Revit and IBM Maximo information alleviates the time consuming process of manually populating a computerized maintenance management system (CMMS). With ModelStream, configuration can be accomplished in a matter of hours and assets synchronized in just a few minutes.
To learn more about ModelStream or any of Microdesk's other asset management and BIM consulting services, contact Microdesk at 1-800-336-3375 or visit www.microdesk.com/modelstream.
Microdesk is a design technology consultancy that combines the leading software tools from Autodesk, IBM, Bluebeam, Panzura, and Eagle Point Software with the latest methods, including Building Information Modeling and Virtual Design & Construction, to help firms successfully plan, design, build and operate land and buildings. Microdesk is a member of the Autodesk, IBM and ESRI Developer Networks, a leading Autodesk and IBM partner. Microdesk has 12 offices nationwide and in the UK. For additional information regarding Microdesk, please visit www.microdesk.com.