FORESIGHT SESSION 11. "ROLLING OUT BIM FOR HIGHWAYS"
Oct. 9, Wednesday. 8:00-11:30
Conference Room C
Chair: Mr Tom ROELANTS, Director General, Ministry of public affairs, Flanders Belgium
Co-chair: Mr Benno KOEHORST, Project manager Rijkswaterstaat, Netherlands
BIM stands for Building Information Modelling or Building Information Management and is getting more attention and support from governmental bodies on a policy level as the infrastructure industry is facing a major task of managing the flow of digital information. With the right information, the owner can make decision that minimises the costs of operation, maintenance and construction and realises maximum performance of the infrastructure networks. This session will introduce the world of BIM and present the latest visions and developments from all over the world.
BIM and Asset Management systems: An ideal match?
• Prof. Dr. Rade HAJDIN, PIARC Technical Committee D1 Asset Management, Switzerland
BIM as an enabler of highway project and service delivery efficiencies: A view from the US
• Mr Jagannath MALLELA, PhD, Director at WSP Consultancy, (connection with FHWA and ASSHTO), USA
Final results of the first CEDR BIM call, Interlink project
• Dr Bart LUITEN, Lead partner Interlink consortium, TNO, The Netherlands
Break 09:30 - 10:00
Benefit from structured and unstructured data for Asset Management
• Ir. Jaap BAKKER, Coord. Specialist Advisor Asset Management and Data, Rijkswaterstaat, The Netherlands
A journey towards open BIM in Denmark
• Mr Rasmus FUGLSANG, Engineer, Danish Road Directorate, Denmark
BIM in highway projects in Korea. Presentation of pilot projects and future plans in the design stage.
• Mr Ahn Jae HYUNG, Senior Manager in the Design Division at the Korea Expressway, Korea
Case Study on Method of Recording/Storage for Necessary Information in the Maintenance Stage of Road Bridges using BIM
• Mr.Hideaki NISHIDA, Head of Kumamoto Earthquake Recovery Division, Research Center for Infrastructure Management, National Institute for Land and Infrastructure Management, MLIT, Japan