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Martin Amdal

TR22075: BIM Execution, Custom Attribution, and a Private Cloud: The Bergen Light Rail Project

(Duration 54:50)

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Key Learning

Key Learning

  • Discover what is included in an ICT and BIM execution plan made for a complex transportation project
  • Learn how to plan and control information development and level of detail
  • Learn how to automate the creation of the federated 3D model, and how to add custom attributes to objects
  • See how Autodesk has helped out the project team with their expertise, and how Sweco and Autodesk are developing a custom cloud solution

Description

Description

Bergen’s Light-Rail Project Building Information Modeling (BIM) strategy was shaped by strict demands: 300-plus professional stakeholders, lots of tunnels, heavy storm events, traffic, and tracks running down the middle of Norway’s second-largest city. The unique execution plan created for this project was customized from a mix of private and government guides. The resulting plan included model specifications, level of development (LOD) progressions, quality assurance criteria, and collaboration policies. The project capitalized on iConstruct, FME, and A360 cloud-based collaboration service to automatically create and compose the federated/collaboration model. A powerful set of custom information was added to objects at this collaboration stage to further facilitate the mapped processes. Autodesk Consulting and Premium Support assisted to optimize and customize workflows. And Autodesk Consulting is currently working on a joint Autodesk, Inc./Sweco cloud solution, so the entire project team will have an updated model available every day as this project moves toward completion. AIA Approved

Target Audience

Target Audience

BIM managers, Coordinators Project Managers, Civil Engineers

Speakers

Speakers

Martin Amdal

Martin is currently the BIM lead for light rail projects at Sweco, Norway. Martin began his career as a construction engineer and CAD manager. This proved the perfect background for moving into BIM commissioning, coordination, and management. He is now functioning as BIM Manager where he has incorporated smart ICT (information and communication technology) into Sweco’s BIM strategy. Martin has extensive experience in both BIM for building and infrastructure projects. He serves on the buildingSMART Norway national consultant board.

Terje Glad

Terje Glad is a specialist on the BIM Infra Expert Team in Sweco, Norway. He serves as a Building Information Modeling / virtual design and construction (BIM/VDC) strategist, manager, and coordinator, and is responsible for the implementation of new technology and processes on his elite team. He has worked for many years developing and enhancing the BIM experience for users across many disciplines. Before joining Sweco, Glad worked for Focus Software, where he implemented Autodesk, Inc., and other BIM solutions at the enterprise level. He was trained as a civil engineer and land surveyor, and gained essential construction experience working on construction sites during and after his education. Being raised at the very far reaches of Norway, Glad is an expert skier, and now living in Oslo, in the sunnier months he enjoys sailing the Sweco race boat long into the evenings after work.

Tags

Published

  • 2016
  • TR22075
  • AU Las Vegas

Industries

  • Civil Infrastructure
  • General Architecture. Engineering and Construction

Topics

  • Transportation
  • Civil Feature Workflows