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

Aging infrastructure in the USA

A nation’s infrastructure is the bedrock that connects its people and drives its economy. Yet today, many infrastructure systems in the US and around the world are failing to keep up with current and expanding needs.  Inadequate investment into aging infrastructure is one challenge that needs to be overcome, but traditional ways of working are also holding us back. While some industries have embraced the digital transformation, the move from 2D to 3D when designing and building infrastructure is in many places still in its infancy.

Achieving a first-class infrastructure system fit for the 21st century and beyond requires technology and innovation. BIM (Building Information Modeling), a common data environment, cloud computing and analytics are changing how infrastructure is planned, designed, built and managed. Intelligent, connected BIM workflows improve project processes and outcomes by helping to deliver projects on time, under budget and with better design results.

Get the most out of BIM. Explore how these BIM workflows can help make your infrastructure project more resilient, productive, and profitable.

View integrated BIM workflows in action by project type

  • Transportation

    See beyond traditional methods to overcome time, material, and safety concerns.

  • Land Development

    Capture and connect existing site conditions to your designs, accurately and efficiently.

  • Civil Structures

    Integrate all of the complexities of bridge design with interoperable workflows