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Plan and design in context

Solutions for Roads and Highways

Create intelligent, structured data attached to a digital model to support each stage of a road or highway project.

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Featured Resources

  • Construction of a bridge

    Narrow the Infrastructure Gap

    Crucial repair and rebuilding efforts have fallen dangerously behind. Technology offers a solution.

  • Aging Infrastructure: Technology and Innovation

    Aging Infrastructure: Technology and Innovation

    View this infographic to see the current conditions of our nation’s infrastructure and learn how technology and innovation can help provide a cure.

  • 4 Lessons Learned From the UK’s Transformative BIM Mandate

    4 Lessons Learned From the UK’s Transformative BIM Mandate

    Mott MacDonald describes how the 2011 UK Mandates requiring collaborative BIM help them face complex project challenges.

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History in the Making for Malaysian Infrastructure

Malaysia’s Ministry of Works

History in the Making for Malaysian Infrastructure

Opening up new economic opportunities for the Malaysian State of Sarawak, design and construction teams in Malaysia are expanding and upgrading the Pan Borneo Highway Sarawak.

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Moving to BIM on the brink of urbanization

Strathcona County

Moving to BIM on the brink of urbanization

Strathcona County’s Wye Road project offers a glimpse into their evolution from analog processes to VR-ready

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Improving road, tunnel and bridge workflows

SCODI

Improving road, tunnel and bridge workflows

This $1.42 billion Circle Highway of XC City, 69-kilometer long highway would circle the Sichuan highlands via bridges, tunnels, side hill cuts & interchanges.

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