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Make better urban development decisions earlier and improve project predictability, align government and community stakeholders, as well as help identify areas of project risk.
Government agencies and design firms rely on visual story-telling to help communicate urban and regional plans.
With a goal to be the healthiest, greenest, and most livable U.S. city, Washington D.C. models part of the city to simulate triple-bottom-line cost/benefit analysis for urban and regional planning.
VTN Consulting created an above- and below-ground facilities information model for the city of Las Vegas to support urban planning and cross agency coordination.
See how new ways of working can help you win projects, collaborate with stakeholders, mitigate project issues, and motivate your team.
BIM’s enhanced spatial analysis capability helped Stantec gain a competitive edge.
Khed City became a new model for enhanced infrastructure development.
VVR Real Technology created a video walk-through of the Cyber City project to help communicate plans to government agencies, the public, and other contractors.
U & Mi uses BIM innovation to combine an urban planning and land design project.
From bridges and tunnels to earthworks: Obayashi's infrastructure strategy depends on BIM at nearly 60 worksites.
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