This panel will discuss the achievements and challenges of the successful Intercity rail project in Norway. The panel will include Building Information Modeling (BIM) experts from the fields of design, construction, and government who will all share their perspectives on this highly collaborative, fast-paced project. Intercity is a 250-plus km rail project with both new and existing right of ways passing through dozens of municipalities and multiple other jurisdictions. In each jurisdiction, there are different stakeholders and variable legal considerations for cultural, historic, environmental, social, and esthetic standards, all of which were addressed via InfraWorks 360 software representations. The project has been split into sections, each being designed by a different company or partnership, so collaboration between sections and the Rail administration has been key to their success. This session features InfraWorks 360. AIA Approved
Anybody interested in BIM for Infrastructure and improving their own processes.
Per-Erik Åstrand is a designated support specialist in Sweden in the architecture, engineering, and construction (AEC) industry. He has a background as a project manager and design engineer in civil infrastructure projects, and he is working with a named account in the Nordic region.
Philip Hon is the BIM Strategist for Sweco AS. He is internationally known for his innovative uses of Autodesk Products for BIM solutions within Infrastructure industry. He is born to speak in public and has spoken in a several Autodesk events. In 2016, he has arranged a Scandinavian-based Autodesk BIM for infrastructure event with remarkable attendances. He has a spirit to share knowledge, engage colleagues, young students in the AEC industry. His professional experience includes BIM Management and Road Engineering.
Atle Høidalen is a Building Information Modeling (BIM) coordinator for Sweco. He has 9 years of experience implementing advanced model-based workflows for large-scale building and infrastructure projects in Norway. His experience spans from IT and software development to construction engineering, infrastructure planning, and virtual design. Since 2015, Høidalen has worked closely with the Norwegian Rail Administration as a BIM coordinator for the InterCity Dovrebanen project, capitalizing on the use of InfraWorks 360 software as the main tool for model coordination and communication in the preliminary phases of the project.
Lucy Kuhns is an experienced civil engineer, mechanical engineer, and land surveyor with expertise in design and build for infrastructure. She first joined Autodesk, Inc., in 2006 as a civil technical specialist, and is now an Autodesk premium support technical specialist working with enterprise customers to guide adoption and develop solutions for infrastructure-based projects and processes related to Building Information Modeling (BIM) and virtual design and construction. Kuhns’s career began as a mechanical engineer working on helicopters for Hughes Aircraft Company, off-road vehicles for Honda Motor Company, and bi-modal rail equipment for a startup in which she was a principal. Later she turned her focus to civil engineering and land surveying and was a principal in a professional practice in New Mexico, Arizona, and Colorado. Believing that technology would set her company above the rest, she was an early adopter of CAD, GPS, high-accuracy geographic information system (GIS), and automation techniques both in the office and in the field, and Autodesk software was an important key to that success.
Kristin Lysebo is the Building Information Modeling (BIM) deliverables manager for the InterCity-project in the Norwegian Railway Administration, and she is a key leader in the Nordics for BIM standardizations and initiatives and infrastructure. She is a firm believer in common standards for road and railway modeling, and in the benefits of model-based projects. Prior to her work with the Railway Administration, she was an infrastructure engineer and training manager at a large infrastructure software company in Norway for more than 20 years.
Nate is a Premium Support Specialist for Autodesk and has been immersed in Infrastructure projects for years . He has been working to keep Autodesk's largest customers on track with their projects and deliverables for 8+ years. Currently focused on EMEA customers and their infrastructure projects, he sees massive road, rail, waterway and urban projects daily. His educational background includes a B.A. in Geography and a master's degree in GIS.
Philip Hon is the BIM Strategist for Sweco AS. He is internationally known for his innovative uses of Autodesk Products for BIM solutions within Infrastructure industry. He is born to speak in public and has spoken in a several Autodesk events. In 2016, he has arranged a Scandinavianbased Autodesk BIM for infrastructure event with remarkable attendances. He has a spirit to share knowledge, engage colleagues, young students in the AEC industry. His professional experience includes BIM Management and Road Engineering.
Kristin Lysebo is the Building Information Modeling (BIM) deliverables manager for the InterCityproject in the Norwegian Railway Administration, and she is a key leader in the Nordics for BIM standardizations and initiatives and infrastructure. She is a firm believer in common standards for road and railway modeling, and in the benefits of modelbased projects. Prior to her work with the Railway Administration, she was an infrastructure engineer and training manager at a large infrastructure software company in Norway for more than 20 years.
Green Stormwater Infrastructure (GSI) enables rapid design and real-time analysis of stormwater management projects in an interactive 3D environment. It uses industry-standard hydrological models to estimate runoff volume, and features tools to design and analyze 9 types of green stormwater infrastructure, including trees. GSI also provides flexibility to meet local stormwater requirements, as well as LEED v4 (SSc4) and LEED 2009 (SSc6.9) certification credits. This session features InfraWorks 360.
You've seen lots of preliminary design with InfraWorks 360. This session will focus on presentation techniques to make your site plan look its best. We'd explore Civil 3D, Revit, and other data sources and how to make the most of each, along with some great options for sharing your brilliance. <br/><br/>AIA Approved
Get a complete view of InfraWorks 360 software. See how you can use it for preliminary planning, detailed design, road and bridge design, drainage design, creation of images and videos, and collaboration with other industries. Get tips and tricks to use InfraWorks 360 software quicker and easier. This session features InfraWorks 360 and AutoCAD Civil 3D. AIA Approved
Learn how to make a realistic flood assessment using the immersive 3D design environment of InfraWorks 360 software and Hydronia RiverFlow2D flood-simulation model. Even if you’re not a fully versed hydraulic engineer, you will learn to set up a flood simulation—from building the topographic model to generating a flood animation of water depths and velocities in a few minutes, and with effective communicational impact. See how you can make infrastructure design evaluations based on flood hazards while improving your hydraulic-simulation workflow and producing graphics and animations that greatly enhance your presentation to decision makers. In this class, you will learn the latest advances of the InfraWorks 360 flood-simulation plug-in, you will understand the tools available to define flood hazards in any location, and you’ll export your simulation results to AutoCAD Civil 3D software. This session features InfraWorks 360 and AutoCAD Civil 3D.
In this class, we will use the Grand Paris Express project linking the suburbs of Paris by metro to showcase the workflows that enable project success. We will demonstrate solutions for the unique requirements of Building Information Modeling (BIM)-ready tunnel projects from predesign to construction, including accurate existing conditions, reality capture, dynamic object systems, extended attribution, subsurface geology awareness, excavation phasing, interoperation with coordinate systems and sloped geometry, level of development (LOD) progression, structural steel and rock bolt layouts, and quantities surveys. Enterprise Priority Support has worked directly with some of the collaborating engineering firms on the Grand Paris to mentor the use of ReCap 360 software, InfraWorks 360 software, Revit software, and AutoCAD Civil 3D software in order to attain efficient and streamlined workflows across multiple software platforms and engineering disciplines, guaranteeing project success and models ready for BIM. This session features AutoCAD Civil 3D, InfraWorks 360, and Revit Structure. AIA Approved
A great design is not just about mixing engineering standards with the owner’s vision of what they would like to build. When meeting with owners and other stakeholders who may not appreciate the finer points of road and site design, it always comes down to cost. Every really great design balances the need to deliver the best engineering design that fits the owner’s vision with accurate cost analysis for decision making. From concept proposal to detailed design to construction management, Autodesk, Inc., products have made it easier than ever for engineers and designers to do their job of delivering projects using improved CAD and Building Information Modeling (BIM) workflows. This unique class will review key workflows required to perform an accurate “cost of works” analysis of your detailed design in real time to improve decision making during design and ultimately streamline the construction bid preparation and management process after approvals. This session features AutoCAD Civil 3D, InfraWorks 360, and Navisworks Manage. AIA Approved
This class will focus on basic workflows in Stingray game engine to get your project into Stingray game engine for visualization. We will focus on what you need to do to prep your data and convert your design data to a Stingray project. You will discover the pitfalls to avoid, and you’ll get to an interactive model quickly. And we will cover basic interaction. The class will assume you have familiarity with 3ds Max software and either InfraWorks 360 software or AutoCAD Civil 3D software. Both are preferred. This session features Autodesk Stingray, 3ds Max, and InfraWorks 360. AIA Approved
Wales, Alaska, is the most westerly inhabited village in North America. Having easy access to the site is not feasible if you should happen to forget what it looks like—not to mention that it’s covered in snow for 75% of the year. So let’s build a road over 10 miles of permafrost with the use of 12,000 acres of LiDAR (light detection and ranging) data. Using InfraWorks 360 software, we’ll work in 4D and adjust the road location over the permafrost. Then we’ll use InfraWorks 360 Hydrology to determine the watersheds and culvert locations, and size them for us. This session features InfraWorks 360 and AutoCAD Civil 3D.
The Future of Making Bridges is not so much about the destination, but the journey. This roundtable discussion focuses on that journey in the pursuit of a total end to end Autodesk® solution for design and implementation of atypical bridges. Attendees can learn and share their own experiences on their bridge journeys. Discover the best practices and limitations experienced on each other’s journeys. Learn about the key to this solution is the ability for all software including Infraworks, Revit, Project Kameleon and Structural Bridge Design to exchange and communicate data seamlessly with the goal of reducing production cost, compressing project timeline, mitigating risk and improving the overall quality of the end product.<br/><br/>Joining us in this exciting roundtable discussion will be Ara Ashikian—Bridges Product Manager. This session features InfraWorks 360. The roundtable discussion will be facilitated by Drew Olsen the Senior Industry Strategy Manager for Transportation, ISM-AEC & Cross-Industry Strategy and Marketing.
Welcome to Subassembly Composer for AutoCAD Civil 3D software! This is a lab for those that have utilized AutoCAD Civil 3D software for some time, but are interested in figuring out how to take their corridors to a whole new level. We will develop subassemblies you can put to work as soon as you're home, and give you a methodology for creation that will make your co-workers think you're a professional software developer. Specifically, we will begin by diving into good subassembly design practices, taken directly from our friends in the software development industry. The subassemblies we'll build together in this lab are particularly relevant to those in the land development industry, but they have direct value for those designing with corridors in AutoCAD Civil 3D software. This lab will also touch on how to harness the capabilities of the Subassembly Composer to utilize InfraWorks 360 software for design visualization. Consider this class the introduction to the course I taught last year for those in the aviation design industry. This session features AutoCAD Civil 3D and InfraWorks 360.
Reality-capture technologies—such as 3D laser scanning, mobile and aerial LiDAR (light detection and ranging), and drone photogrammetry—are becoming the normal practice for site surveying instead of the traditional labor-intensive method. How to specify the scope of work for the surveyors and drone operators may result in the different levels of useful data to be digitalized in Building Information Modeling (BIM) / 3D modeling platforms with an efficient process. The class will focus on the workflows used for developing information models out from the laser scans for the treatment industry in the United States and the United Kingdom. We will discuss a variety of workflow options using data captured from scan information using drones and laser scans and validation of the scan data into ReCap software, processing data in Edgewise for auto detection of pipes, and importing the processed data to Revit software for further modeling. This session features Revit, InfraWorks 360, and Navisworks Manage. AIA Approved
While the use of Building Information Modeling (BIM) has grown massively in recent years, too frequently it appears to start from the ground up with the geology and subsurface being ignored. This is a significant omission, as the whole premise of BIM is to reduce costs by reducing risk at the early design stage and throughout the lifetime of the project. This class will look at how the core BIM principles of data sharing, collaboration, and process can be used and applied to the geotechnical process, illustrated with the case study: Silvertown Road Tunnel. It will highlight the use of tools like AutoCAD Civil 3D software and InfraWorks software, together with HoleBASE SI, to enable the combination of information from previous projects together with a wide range of other data sources, maps, drawings, and models. This leads to a better understanding of the site and improved processes to model and visualize geology and subsurface data with the wider team, which will ultimately help to reduce risk and save money. This session features AutoCAD Civil 3D and InfraWorks 360. AIA Approved
AU Las Vegas
General Architecture. Engineering and Construction