A BIM approach is essential to increase productivity and efficiency
Introducing the BIM concept in their daily work has led to significant gains regarding productivity, quality, and efficiency for Duna Aszfalt Zrt, one of Hungary's biggest local contractors with around 1600 employees. They have chosen two software solutions – Quadri and Novapoint as their main tools to reach a full BIM, level 3 work process.
Construction of the new E18 highway between Lysaker and Ramstadsletta will soon start. This is the first section to be constructed in the much talked about E18 West-corridor. Preparatory work on Ramstadsletta starts in November 2020.
Ramboll Finland reached a milestone in 2019 when designer and Quadri user Mikko Lonka opened the one thousandth Trimble Quadri project. Mikko and Juha Vartia, who are in charge of Ramboll’s environment and overall solution, provide insight into their experiences with Quadri.
Atkins Sweden applies Trimble Quantm to find and evaluate optimal corridors for the new high-speed railway network the East Link Project (Ostlänken) through Linköping.
Collaboration with the help of Trimble Quadri is of great use in order to efficiently design and build the new town district of Barkarbystaden outside Stockholm. With a goal of 14,000 new homes, thousands of new workplaces and all related infrastructure by the year 2032, it is a very complex project.
COWI and the Swedish Transport Administration use Trimble Quantm to find the best road corridor for a new road on the west coast of Sweden. The tool makes it possible to automate large parts of the analysis process to effectively evaluate all possible road lines.
Multidisciplinary model design and collaboration using Novapoint and Quadri has been an effective combination in Tyrén's planning of the major public roads at the new Norrbotnia railway.
New planning technology, new contract methodology, and digital communication and project management, ensures an effective planning process and socioeconomic benefits on a new E18 road stretch on Norway´s southern coast.
Norway's largest joint venture construction project for road and rail is being planned by a project-specific consulting company – using a special-purpose infrastructure planning technology to maximize control on progress and costs.