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The Nemetschek Group and its brands won four "Construction Computing Awards"
The Nemetschek Group and its brands won four "Construction Computing Awards"

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Shaping the Industry: Nemetschek Group Takes Home Four Construction Computing Awards

Munich/London, November 14, 2022 – The Nemetschek Group, one of the leading software providers for the AEC/O (architecture, engineering, construction, operation) and media & entertainment industries, again won big at this year’s Construction Computing awards in London. The Nemetschek brands Graphisoft, Solibri, and Vectorworks were rewarded in four categories.

The prestigious Construction Computing awards or "The Hammers" as they are affectionately known, showcase and reward technologies, tools, and solutions for the effective design, construction, maintenance, and modification of commercial buildings, residential and social housing, and civil engineering projects of all sizes.

The Nemetschek Group brands Bluebeam, Graphisoft, SCIA, Solibri, and Vectorworks were nominated 17 times, including in the categories “BIM Software of the Year,” “Project Management Software of the Year,” and “Product of the Year.”

Graphisoft, nominated in seven categories, won the awards for “Mobile Technology of the Year” for their BIMx platform, as well as “BIM Product of the Year” for Graphisoft Archicad.
Solibri – with nine nominations – won the prestigious awards in the category “Company of the Year 2022” and Vectorworks, nominated in five categories as well, won the “Hammers” in the “Architectural Design Software of the Year 2022” category. In addition, Jonathan Reeves Architecture’s Forest homes project, designed in Vectorworks, was judged “AR/VR Project of the Year 2022.”

“We are honored to win four 'Hammers.' Our brands are always close to the needs of our customers. This approach was rewarded once again on Thursday night. My thanks go to my colleagues for their commitment to helping their customers to shape the world. We are convinced that the challenges the construction industry is facing can only be met together — and with more digitalization," says Viktor Várkonyi, Chief Division Officer Planning & Design and member of the Executive Board of the Nemetschek Group.

Graphisoft, Solibri, and Vectorworks are part of the Planning & Design Division of the Nemetschek Group. With its four divisions – Planning & Design, Build & Construct, Manage & Operate, and Media & Entertainment – the Nemetschek Group covers the entire building life cycle.

This year, the “Hammers” were awarded in more than 30 categories. The ceremony took place in London on November 10, 2022.

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About the Nemetschek Group

The Nemetschek Group is a pioneer for digital transformation in the AEC/O and the media & entertainment industries. With its intelligent software solutions, it covers the entire lifecycle of building and infrastructure projects, guides its customers into the future of digitalization and enables them to shape the world. As one of the leading corporate groups worldwide in this sector, the Nemetschek Group increases quality in the building process and improves the digital workflow for all those involved. Customers can design, build, and manage buildings more efficiently, sustainably and resource-saving. The focus is on the use of open standards (OPEN BIM). The portfolio also includes digital solutions for visualization, 3D modeling, and animation. The innovative solutions of the brands ALLPLAN, Bluebeam, Crem Solutions, dRofus, FRILO, Graphisoft, Maxon, Nevaris, RISA, SCIA, Solibri, Spacewell and Vectorworks in the four customer-oriented segments are used by approximately 6.5 million users worldwide. Founded by Prof. Georg Nemetschek in 1963, the Nemetschek Group today employs around 3,400 experts all over the world.

Publicly listed since 1999 and quoted on the MDAX and TecDAX, the company achieved revenue amounting to EUR 681.5 million and an EBITDA of EUR 222.0 million in 2021.


Maria Richtsfeld

Maria Richtsfeld

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