Lecture    CI2283
BIM Workflow on the Highway A4 Construction Project
Jeroen Tishauser, Cristian Otter
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In this class, we will guide you through the Building Information Modeling (BIM) process of an actual project: the construction of the Highway A4 in The Netherlands. After a contract and project overview, we will dive into the process that makes this project succeed as a true BIM project. Learn where to start, what to do, and what to avoid to have your own success. Find out how to let designers use their favorite program and then bring the intelligent model together in Autodesk® Navisworks® software for your contract management.

Key Learnings

  • Explain the importance of think-before-you-start
  • Describe the Autodesk® Infrastructure Design Suite workflow
  • Successfully implement BIM in civil projects
  • Explain how to use Navisworks for contract management


 Jeroen Tishauser
Jeroen Tishauser
Jeroen is an experienced Road Design Specialist from the Netherlands. At Van Hattum en Blankevoort he uses his knowledge of a wide range of Autodesk products to streamline the process of BIM in large construction projects. Jeroen was one of the founders of the C3D User Group Benelux (www.c3dbenelux.eu), together with other power users. At present, Jeroen is head of design on the Highway A4 construction project in The Netherlands.

 Cristian Otter
Cristian Otter
Cristian works on large scale infrastructure projects. He is primarily engaged in integrated road design projects, including bridges, tunnels, and other structures. He also implemented 3D modeling in design and build processes. Cristian currently uses AutoCAD® Civil 3D®, Revit® Structure, Autodesk® 3ds Max® Design, Autodesk Navisworks® and Autodesk Design Review. As a board member of the Civil 3D Usergroup Benelux and Revit usergroup for infrastructural projects, he is stretching the possibilities of integrated design. At present, Cristian is working on tthe Highway A4 construction project in The Netherlands.

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