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Per-Erik Astrand

TR21146: BIM Innovation and Collaboration for Success in Large Cross-Country Rail Projects

(Duration 56:42)

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Key Learning

Key Learning

  • Understand the possibilities for what can be achieved with BIM for infrastructure
  • Learn how to increase collaboration among your team members
  • Learn how to advocate for BIM in your next major project
  • Learn how to plan for BIM implementation

Description

Description

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

Target Audience

Target Audience

Anybody interested in BIM for Infrastructure and improving their own processes.

Speakers

Speakers

Per-Erik Astrand

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

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

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

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

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 Moore

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.

Marit Loland Tveit

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.

Henning Vardøen

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.

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Published

  • 2016
  • TR21146
  • AU Las Vegas

Software

  • InfraWorks 360

Industries

  • Civil Infrastructure
  • General Architecture. Engineering and Construction

Topics

  • Transportation
  • Civil Feature Workflows