Embedding sustainability in bridge design is crucial for project teams, especially for meeting regulatory requirements and lifespan targets set by the client. In this article, Peter Boesch, Principal Manager – Bridges, at Cardno Limited, shares insight into how his team implemented sustainability techniques for three major refurbishment and re-build projects.
Firms like AECOM are investing in new ways to unlock the potential of BIM. Devon Middleditch, Associate Director, Digital Engineering Manager – Civil Infrastructure, played a significant part in how BIM technology was used to plan and design such concepts.
Most recent are three major projects – two of which are major Australian developments – and the first project, a rail assignment known as Riyadh Metro in Saudi Arabia, involved track and tunnelling designs created through traditional BIM tools – RailTrack, Revit and Navisworks, respectively.