Multidisciplinary BIM modelling of the Maland rail project in Sweden provides better project collaboration and results. Geographically spread design engineers in Gävle, Malmö and Sundsvall are collaboratively designing in Novapoint sharing a joint Quadri model for road, rail, terrain and water/sewer.
The TaaLa road project in Finland – a major upgrade of a 28 kilometres Highway 6 stretch – using a four operators' alliance model and two different design systems – puts the data model functionalities on a real test.
"Through the intelligent coupling of tasks and the integration of machinery capacity data and expenses, some construction sites – right in the bidding phase – can be quickly simulated and different scenarios can be created,” states Stephan Rieder. “In this sense, the planners optimize both the construction duration and the expense planning. That’s why commissioned planners are required to use TILOS for their construction planning,”