The course will take place on Sunday, 28 May 2023 from 9:00 at the conference venue – Clarion Congress Hotel Prague.

You can register for the course via the online registration form.

Course – BIM and underground construction

BIM – 3 letters that are often used in relation to the construction industry nowadays. The subject of the course is to present this issue in its entirety – from the processing of geotechnical information, through the design of the structure, the implementation of the work to the practical use in the operation of the construction. The course is suitable for beginners as well as for those who already know “something” about the subject.

What is BIM?
Michal Lavko
(Czech Republic)

Geotechnical Model of the Maletín Tunnel – Practical Experience
Otakar Krásný
(Czech Republic)

Creating a reference model with the Geotechnical Module in Civil 3D
Matic Rifl
(Czech Republic)

Project of the railway station Prague – Václav Havel Airport processed by the BIM method
Jiří Platil (Czech Republic)

Evolution of tunnelling design in BIM
Jure Česnik

4D sequencing on the City Rail Link project, Auckland NZ
Chinmay Gathoo
(New Zealand)

Intelligent and Practical application of BIM for Underground Structures: Mott MacDonald’s lessons learned delivering data-rich models
Paul Briedis

BIM and the contractor – practical insights from construction in Northern Europe
Jiří Horčička
(Czech Republic)

BIM and facility management of underground structures
Michal Lavko
(Czech Republic)