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Building Information Modelling

The State Infrastructure Plan (SIP) released in March 2016 outlined the Government’s direction to enable the implementation of Building Information Modelling (BIM) progressively into all major state infrastructure projects by 2023.

The Building Information Modelling (BIM) for Transport and Main Roads guideline provides an overview of the department's plan for the implementation of BIM processes and methodology in the delivery of road infrastructure projects.

The department's implementation strategy is a three pronged approach focusing on developing the underpinning BIM/DE documentation and standards, internal and external capability development aligned to the BIM/DE documentation, and supported by robust ICT software applications all working together in a Common Data Environment (CDE).

Building Information Modelling (BIM) for Transport and Main Roads

BIM for Bridges Design

The Bridge BIM Model shall encompass the structural design of the bridge asset, in a complete three dimensional (3D) electronic model, that is progressively developed through the design stages, inclusive of project attributes, and is suitable for construction coordination and field set out.

The BIM for Bridges Design Manual provides guidance to any entity engaged in the design development, construction and presentation of
As Constructed information of departmental bridges.

Building Information Modelling (BIM) for Bridges Design Manual

Last updated
12 August 2022