OSMOS Partner Information



DERBi
DERBiDERBi is a subsidiary of the French consulting engineering firm Groupe OTH. Founded in 1970, DERBi employs twenty people and has an annual turnover of 3M Euro. The company is engaged in three main fields of activity: Research, software and application design and development; implementation of solutions for computerised data exchange; and network management consultancy.
CSTB
CSTBThe "Centre Scientifique et Technique du Bātiment" (CSTB) is a French public research establishment in the construction field. CSTB's activities cover four major fields: research, technical consultancy, quality assessment and knowledge dissemination.
Granlund
GranlundGranlund is the largest engineering company in building services consulting in Finland. Founded in 1960, it employs 270 people, and is privately owned (mainly by the employees). The company's main activities are building services design, facilities management consulting, and development of design and facilities management software.
JM
JMJM AB (publ) is Sweden's largest housing developer, with an increasing focus on project development of both residential and commercial properties. Founded in 1945, it employs approximately 2,200 people, and is a public company. Restricting most of its activities to the particular niche of housing construction, JM undertakes the complete building project from land acquisition to the development of detailed development plans.
ISI-USAL
ISI-USALThe Information Systems Institute (ISI) was founded as a partnership between Salford University and leading businesses in the United Kingdom. The ISI research centre involved in the OSMOS project, one of the most successful in the UK and internationally recognised, is focused around information and management systems applied to the built and human environment.
VTT
VTTVTT - Technical Research Centre of Finland, is the largest research establishment in the Nordic countries and one of the largest in Europe. The research group of VTT Building and Transport involved in the OSMOS project focuses on four main activities: design methodology, project management, information networking and product data technology.