Sydney Metro is Australia’s largest public transport infrastructure project. Sydney Metro Northwest, formerly the North West Rail Link, is the first stage of Sydney Metro and will be the first fully-automated metro rail system in Australia. It is on track to open to customers in the first half of 2019. This class will explain the key project goals, design principles, typology and how BIM is helping to achieve this. Autodesk Revit and Navisworks are being used on the project in conjunction with dRofus - the leading data management solution for the global building industry.
Chris Razzell joined dRofus in 2014 and brings a wealth of knowledge and experience in BIM, Data Management and Project Delivery to the dRofus Leadership Team. As Managing Director for the Asia-Pacific region, his role is to develop the use of dRofus in the highly BIM savvy Australian market and emerging BIM landscape within Asia. Prior to joining dRofus, Chris worked for several global design firms including HASSELL, HOK and Anshen+Allen (Stantec). He is passionate about bridging the divide between briefing, design, construction and operations - a philosophy shared by dRofus and demonstrated within our software.
Steve is an innovative and motivated successful implementer of BIM (Building Information Modelling), and the IPD (Integrated Project Delivery) processes, tailored for large Health, Rail, Defence, Aviation, Public Realm and high rise Commercial towers. Steve enjoys the challenges and the multi skilled working environment this process to the design, building, engineering and the construction industry brings. Steve's expertise extends from training and customizing of BIM authoring software, to implementation and compiling BIM and IPD software, through to construction review and onsite modifications of the BIM, as well as AS-Built BIM, and final delivery to the client of a usable BIM dataset for Facilities and Asset Management.