Austroads is inviting transport professionals across Australia and New Zealand to share their experiences to help inform a comprehensive new digital engineering guide.
The state’s new building information modelling implementation (BIM) policy means that the use of BIM will now be required on all new government construction projects with an estimated capital cost of $50 million or more by 2023.
Aurecon’s Kylie Cochrane talks to Roads & Infrastructure Magazine about the role of social media and digital technology in community and stakeholder engagement on infrastructure projects and how this has changed the dynamic of project delivery.
Bentley Systems’ new OpenRoads CONNECT Edition is providing engineers with a comprehensive modelling environment to help accelerate road project delivery, unifying design and construction processes from concept to completion.
Delivery improvements will reduce community impacts and decrease the number of required construction sites on the WestConnex project.