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WeWork’s First Acquisition Is Building Information Modeling Firm Case

David Fano, Frederico Negro and Adam Neumann CEO of WeWork
WeWork, has announced its first acquisition. The shared-office provider acquired Case, a building information modeling and consultancy firm, for an undisclosed amount.
WeWork, has grown fast since its founding in 2010 to have 25, 000 members, and 42 office locations across 15 cities worldwide. In July WeWork raised $433 Million in New Funding Round at $10 Billion Valuation.Over the course of the last eight years since founded, Case has grown from three architects to over 60 employees across the globe.
The acquisition of Case may mark a new chapter in the field of office design, as the modeling company proposes to bring their trademark attitude to Building Information Modeling (BIM) and other cutting edge technology to every space developed by WeWork.

“WeWork is different in that they do a lot of work in-house, ” said Case co-founder David Fano. “WeWork has its own design team and construction team and project management team, but they wanted to find a way to standardize the means by which they design.”




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opening the doors of its second property in London, and

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announced that it closed a $355 million funding round.

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