Molok oy

Molok Oy is a Finnish company founded in 1991 that designs, manufactures, and installs waste management equipment and systems.

The company employs 84 full-time employees, plus 20 seasonal workers during the summer.

Marjaana Tyven-Jokinen, product manager at Molok Oy, says, “Molok Oy designs and builds responsible Molok® waste management solutions for millions of people around the world. With our help, everyone can take care of their environment safely and cost-effectively.”

“We wanted to make the work of architects and structural designers easier, and we updated all our BIM objects at once. The objects of different software platforms were updated with different operators, and Mika Leinonen from Treedee took over the production of Revit objects.”

Treedee was a pleasure to work with. The agreed-upon matters were always kept and we received good service as scheduled. In addition, Treedee had a professional way of doing things.

The service met our expectations because we got what we ordered and the work was completed according to schedule. The schedule stretched a bit due to our own repair needs, which we noticed later as the work progressed. We were able to update the products’ Revit objects accordingly during the course of the project.

Marjaana Tyven-Jokinen
Product manager, Molok Oy

Mika Leinonen of Treedee Oy characterizes the project:

“I first created Revit BIM objects for Molok Oy in 2017. When the customer asked me to update the Revit objects to meet today’s needs, it was easy for me to start the process with the existing Revit objects.”

“As a designer, it is important that there is content supporting design softwares, like Revit BIM objects for Molok Oy.”

“Ready-made content helps to keep the design process modern, reducing the use of DWG files in BIM designs. It is great that companies understand how important it is to support modern design processes by providing BIM objects—like Molok Oy does with its Revit models.”

”Creating Revit-content for Molok Oy was straightforward, thanks to the organization’s excellent source files and information.” Mika tells.

”The biggest challenge was determining the accuracy of the detail. We aimed to create objects that were visually appealing but also light enough for use in construction. The result was top-level BIM objects, which primarily served the design process but also looked good visually.”