Norway is known for its natural beauty—fjords, lakes, mountains, and waterfalls. But the very terrain that makes it so famous can pose real challenges when it comes to infrastructure, as Rambøll Sweco ANS discovered when they were hired by the Norwegian Railway Infrastructure Managers to contribute to a project to lay 75 kilometers of double track between Sørli and Brummunddal. Through the use of Building Information Modeling (BIM), the JBV-led project team was able to overcome terrain challenges—as well as the tall order of getting approval from more than 100 stakeholders.
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