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Advancing BIM for Infrastructure

Building Information Modeling (BIM) for Infrastructure is an open standards–based collaborative work method for structuring, managing, and using data about transportation assets and networks throughout their lifecycles. It liberates data from siloed systems and makes it easier for automated processes to generate asset information and distribute it to anyone who needs it when they need it.

The roadmap outlined in this document is intended to help State departments of transportation (DOTs) strategically develop a uniform, nationwide policy framework related to BIM for Infrastructure, open data–exchange standards and methods for adopting those standards, BIM tools, and a robust personnel training and upskilling program. These State-led and Federal Highway Administration–supported actions can then become the basis for planning and implementing BIM for Infrastructure to better deliver projects and transportation services at the State DOT level.

  • Author(s):
  • Jagannath Mallela
  • Abhishek Bhargava
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Publisher:Department of Transportation (DOT)
Published:June 1, 2021
License:Public Domain

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