By Anna Liza Montenegro | Video

Over 30% of construction projects state unforeseen ground conditions as a major contributor to project overspends and overruns. Integrating project design models with an accurate BIM ground model enables outline designs to be positioned on the site, making it easier to analyze what’s going on.

Ground investigation data can be transferred to a BIM model. Inputting geometry from the model directly into analytical packages enables further insights to be gained.

Microsol Resources recently partnered with Keynetix, Autodesk’s Geotechnical Industrial Partner who brings depth in geotechnical BIM, geotechnical data management, reporting and data interchange. View our recorded webinar highlighting Keynetix’s product, HoleBASE SI, which will revolutionize the way geotechnical data is created, viewed and accessed, from initial desk studies, on-site drilling, analysis, interpretation and reporting.

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INDUSTRIES: Civil Infrastructure

Published on August 17, 2016 in .

About the Author

Anna Liza Montenegro develops design technology conferences for architecture, engineering, and construction (AEC) professionals as a forum to exchange innovative strategies, and best practices, and facilitate discussions into the technology trends driving significant change in building design and construction. As Director of Marketing and as a trained architect, these events are offered to AEC professionals by Microsol Resources, a value-added reseller of Autodesk, Bluebeam, Rhino, Chaos V-Ray & Enscape, Egnyte and other various technology partnerships.