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Webcast BIM and Sustainability for Roadway Drainage Design
BIM and Sustainability for Roadway Drainage Design

While much of the focus on sustainable design practices has been on buildings, the civil engineering community is showing it can make significant contributions to diminishing the environmental impact of the built environment, particularly roads and highways. In this presentation, we will discuss key trends in sustainable design, review sustainable design approaches, and show how working in a BIM environment enhances the delivery of more sustainable designs. Through examples you will see how working in a model-based environment facilitates the drainage design process, one of the ways engineers can impact the sustainability of roads and highways.

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