BIM Software for Civil Engineering

Use intelligent, connected BIM (Building Information Modelling) workflows to help improve the outcomes of your infrastructure projects.

What is BIM in civil engineering?

BIM for civil projects improves outcomes with its ability to investigate multiple scenarios, providing data-driven assurance that projects can be delivered on schedule and on budget. BIM offers shared information throughout the project lifecycle, driving compelling results.

How is BIM used in civil engineering?

Building Information Modelling (BIM) is an intelligent, 3D model-based process that is the foundation of digital transformation. Civil engineers can create and manage all the information surrounding design assets ensuring improved collaboration, shared data and project delivery that is on time and on budget.

Why BIM is important for civil engineering?

Infrastructure projects today have become more complex. Implementing BIM facilitates project team collaboration, reducing errors, increasing cost predictability and improving understanding.

  • See BIM in action

    Yachiyo Engineering accelerates the move to BIM with Autodesk.

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See how other civil engineers are using BIM

  • The LiRo Group & connected BIM

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    BIM projects are distinguished by collaborative working and sharing of digital project information and virtual project models at The LiRo Group.

  • COWI Works in New Ways

    COWI in new ways

    COWI uses a 3D model of existing conditions to plan and visualise a major new highway.

  • Connected Bridge Design

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    BIM and design automation helped Arup connect multi-discipline design workflows on the Tsuhoff Bridge project near Rotterdam.

Extend the value of BIM

Integrate BIM and GIS to enable more collaborative workflows that advance understanding of projects in context, minimise data loss and reduce inefficiencies.