EPLASS wins BIM pilotproject of ASFiNAG
23.06.2020 15:43 by Lisa Schleicher
Together with its partner thinkproject Austria, EPLASS takes over a first BIM pilot project of ASFiNAG in the province of Styria. One focus is on the practical feasibility of actually getting selected BIM use cases to the construction site. This is sometimes achieved by the strong combination of the BIM solution DESITE with the project platform EPLASS CDE.
In Murtal, the S36 highway between Judenburg and St. Georgen is being extended. The plan is to extend the road with three underfloor routes close to the existing road and thus massively reduce the traffic load on the B317 and thus on the community of St. Peter ob Judenburg and the districts of Rothenthurm and Wöll. The overall project covers a distance of 12 km and will cost around 368 million euros. Construction is scheduled to begin in 2024 and be completed in 2029. The BIM pilot project currently includes the new St. Georgen base in TA 02 St. Georgen-Scheifling.
Autobahnen- und Schnellstraßen-Finanzierungs-Aktiengesellschaft (ASFiNAG) plans, finances, builds, maintains and operates over 2200 kilometers of Austria's motorways and expressways. It was founded in 1982 and is owned by the State of Austria. According to its own statements, it is financed entirely from toll revenues without further federal subsidies.
Further information: ASFiNAG-Website