Designing, building, and maintaining a metro line to match the needs of increasing mobility in dense urban areas involves some challenges: constraints on localization, connections with the existing network, works under operation, concomitance of the construction site, safety of traffic and traveler flows, and so on. We'll present new Building Information Modeling (BIM) implementations through different metro projects in France: Grand Paris Express and extension of the networks around the French capital and Toulouse Aerospace Express. BIM is applied on different transportation project phases. The 3D models cover all the works of rail infrastructure, including underground and aerial stations, and tunnels and bridges. With these extra BIM uses covering the entire rail infrastructure, we'll outline the benefits of BIM uses.
- Understand the benefits of BIM adoption in a significant project (a rail infrastructure line) in the context of accelerating urbanization
- Understand multidisciplinary design BIM implementation on underground and aerial stations, bridges, and tunnels
- Understand BIM uses for an infrastructure project: design authoring, clash detection, 3D coordination, 4D planning, visualization, and communication
- Understand the interoperability between building models and linear models (BIM models combined with GIS data)
Guillaume Joubert is a Sr Customer Success Manager for SNCF, the French Railways and SYSTRA, engineering company No. 2 position ENR in Mass Transit & Rail. With a degree in Civil Engineering, and over 16 years of experience in BIM implementation in various disciplines, Guillaume specializes in the Transportation market and Autodesk solutions in BIM for Infrastructure.
Sylvie Cassan is currently in charge of developing and deploying Building Information Modeling (BIM) for SYSTRA France. In her role, she is transforming the working methods of the 1,100 employees of the directorate. Previously, she spent 2 years developing business and managing the bids process to provide consultancy services to the Grand Paris Express company. She was trained as a city planner, and she received an EMBA from the business school HEC Paris. Cassan has significant experience consulting for urban stakeholders about city planning, architecture, and transport issues, with a particular focus on needs analysis and change management.