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Use BIM for railway design to help you minimize rework and improve collaboration on design and construction for stations, bridges/tunnels and railway.
See how new ways of working can help you win projects, collaborate better with partners, mitigate project issues, and motivate your team.
A shift in the industry toward more intelligent, model-based workflows can help deliver improved value to your complex projects and your firm.
If you're still designing in 2D CAD, it's time to start thinking about using BIM to connect workflows, improve project insight and make better decisions for your projects.
Early adopters explore processes and technology to improve the way they work with stakeholders and with the environment to design a better world. BIM plays a fundamental role.
Get competitive by creating a new path forward—from people, process and technology to client relationships, new opportunities and more.
Historically a 2D AutoCAD user, this innovator created a 3D model of new transit design, which helped provide clarity and content, and a better understanding of the project.
Get the tools you need to help reduce rework and create a more integrated approach to design.
Railway design is more than track design. It requires intelligent, connected modeling across multiple disciplines, and project types. BIM helps keep all the components of complex projects on track.
See how this Lithuanian firm employs BIM to help with coordination among stakeholders, gain better insight, and improve all project types.
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