The future for civil infrastructure projects is adopting BIM

Building Information Modelling (BIM) is now being widely adopted by those who work within civil infrastructure to help deliver improved predictability, productivity and profitability.

Organisations in both the private and public sector are already mandating BIM and require partners and suppliers to work within BIM processes. Whether you deliver road and rail projects or develop land and urban resources, understanding and implementing BIM within your projects is vital.

Roads and highways

Using BIM within your roads and highways projects allows you to more easily anticipate issues and assess information.

BIM processes help bring teams together, offering an improved level of collaboration with partners, suppliers and stakeholders throughout the project. This collaborative approach ensures that you can mitigate potential project issues and win more business.

Bridges and tunnels

Adopting BIM within your bridge design project ensures that you can reliably anticipate issues, assess information and improve predictability for the design and construction of bridges and tunnels.

Improving workflows that allow for collaboration within bridge and tunnel projects is a vital step for all civil infrastructure organisations wanting to work more efficiently and win more business.

Airports and ports

Better coordinate complex 3D and virtual design models across various AEC disciplines. Sharing of information amongst project teams is vital to the success of any airport or port project.

BIM not only plays an important role in this collaboration, but also allows airport and port design teams to avoid costly errors and win projects.

Rail and transit

Adopting BIM for railway and transit design allows your business to minimise risk and rework, providing a platform for collaboration on design and construction for stations, bridges, tunnels and railway.

Working within an intelligent and collaborative framework like BIM ensures that those within the design and construction process can provide a superior understanding of the project.

Land development

The implementation of BIM processes adds value to any land development project. BIM ensures that teams can use the data and information available to anticipate issues, act with insight and provide clarity to land development stakeholders.

For any organisation working within land development, BIM allows you to collaborate better with relevant partners and stakeholders. It provides organisations with a platform to go and win new projects.

Urban development

Buildings within an urban environment benefit from organisations using BIM. It allows for better and earlier urban development decisions as well as identifying risks associated with urban development.

Collaboration is vital to any project, especially with urban development projects. Aligning government and community stakeholders, together with suppliers, partners and other organisations contributes to the success of the urban development project.

Dedicated to BIM

At Majenta, we’ve already helped organisations implement BIM.

If you’re still unsure and would like to know more about BIM and how it can benefit your business, please take a look at our dedicated BIM website.

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