In this class, we will guide you through the software use and setup process of an actual project: the construction of Highway A1 in The Netherlands. After a contract and project overview, we will dive into the process that makes this project succeed as a true Building Information Modeling (BIM) project. Learn where to start, what to do, and what to avoid to have your own success. Find out how to enable designers to use their favorite program, and then bring the intelligent model together in Navisworks software for your contract management. Discover which export is used for stakeholder management. Then we will focus on what the implementation of InfraWorks software means for these types of projects. Learn how InfraWorks software can help support a large-scale project with lean sessions, value management, and weekly stands. Combine geographic information system data with design data that together lead to better and easier decision making. This session features InfraWorks 360, A360 Team, and Navisworks Manage. AIA Approved
- Learn how to organize a project in execution phase
- Learn how to link your contract or design documents to Navisworks
- Learn how to combine and exchange designs from multiple disciplines
- Learn how to use InfraWorks to help you on an infrastructure project in different phases
Jeroen Tishauser is a senior specialist on road design at Volker InfraDesign, the in-house design and engineering firm for the infrastructure contractor at Van Hattum en Blankevoort, part of VolkerWessels. With over 15 years of experience in the field of large road and rail construction projects (coming from a Bentley background and having taught and supported software in the design and construction phase), he now uses both his engineering skills and software programming skills to optimize workflows in search of best practices. Tishauser was one of the founders of the Civil Infra Benelux User Group, together with other power users. At present, Tishauser is road design advisor for different projects in both tender phase and construction phase, and he coordinates the use of the company’s Riegl scanner, drones, and software appliances for the Autodesk, Inc., portfolio.