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iNFRANEA uses BIM for river-widening project in the Netherlands

The firm used BIM to model, coordinate and plan all the moving parts for a complex river widening project in the city of Nijmegen. BIM was used to centralize and clash-verify 3D designs from 10 different engineering and construction firms across roadways, bridges, site development and channel dredging. The software’s cloud-based mobile services also helped with coordination in the field.

All construction data came failure-free from the BIM model and as-built surveys were used to validate the construction works.

Preventing flooding in the Netherlands

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Preventing flooding in the Netherlands

Using BIM, iNFRANEA engineers model and coordinate a river-widening project, and prevent errors in construction before they arise.

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