BIM is being applied broadly across the globe for a variety of infrastructure projects, and this is providing distinct advantages over traditional practices.
The level of advantage you have over your competition often has to do with the ability to streamline workflows across all disciplines of a project. Adopting a model centric delivery proces is a perfect way to achieve such results. Here’s one example of the application of BIM by Kelprojektas. This is a construction project for the Lithuanian Road Administration under the Ministry of Transport and Communications of the Republic of Lithuania. This is a road stretch from marker 183.90 to 187.90 km of the highway A12 Riga–Šiauliai–Tauragė–Kaliningrad, also known as Eastern bypass of Panemunė town, with a bridge across the Nemunas River.
The project includes a bridge over the river and an overpass. The project is in the territory of flooded Nemunas River – the road is…
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