BIM for transport infrastructure projects

BIM for transport infrastructure projects

Stroyproect has developed its own BIM solution for continious data acquisition and management during the entire lifetime of a transport facility from the concept design stage to decommisioning.

Example of BIM models developed:

BIM model for the Sochi Bypass Stage 3 Project

BIM model for Barnaul Bypass and Bridge over Ob River Project

BIM model for the M-4 Don Project - Far Western Krasnodar Bypass Section.



 

Related projects

Moscow Region Central Ring Road, Section 4 Moscow Region Central Ring Road, Section 4

The Moscow Region Central Ring Road is a priority federal project in the field of transport infrastructure. 
Key objectives of the project:
• Relieve radial routes by creating new transverse transport links,
• Optimize freight traffic flow distribution by intercepting and diverting heavy trucks at the  approaches of Moscow,
• Enable the intensive development of international transport corridors.

 
 
Western Bypass Railway of Saratov Western Bypass Railway of Saratov

Construction of a new railway line bypassing the city of Saratov will increase the capacity of rail approaches to the Saratov transport hub and divert freight traffic from the city.

 
 
Construction of Vladivostok — Nakhodka — Vostochny Port Highway, road section km 43+474 — km 146+197 Construction of Vladivostok — Nakhodka — Vostochny Port Highway, road section km 43+474 — km 146+197

Description

The regional highway connects the city of Vladivostok, Knevichi airport, the city of Bolshoy Kamen with Zvezda shipyard, and ports of Nakhodka and Vostochny Port. Nakhodka together with Vostochny Port make the biggest transportation hub of the Russian Far East. Its annual cargo turnover is over 90 million tons.

 
 
M-12 Moscow - Nizhny Novgorod - Kazan Express Highway M-12 Moscow - Nizhny Novgorod - Kazan Express Highway

Description

As part of the Western Europe - Western China international transport corridor, the M-12 Moscow - Nizhny Novgorod - Kazan new express highway will link the Russia capital to the Volga region, connecting four country's largest conurbations, and will halve the travel time between Moscow and Kazan.

 
 
New airport at Levashovo aerodrome New airport at Levashovo aerodrome

Description

The project envisages reconstruction of the existing aerodrome administered by the Russian Ministry of Defense and shared now with Gazprom Avia.

The reconstruction project includes construction of a business terminal for Gazprom and upgrade of the aerodrome to meet civil aviation standards for category II operations (precision approach). The aerodrome will handle such aircrafts as Boeing 737-700, Boeing 737 BBJ, F-7X, F-8X, TU-134, the MI-8 helicopters, etc.

 

 
 
Murmansk Airport Rehabilitation Murmansk Airport Rehabilitation

Description

Rehabilitation of the Murmansk Airport — the northernmost international airport in Russia — is part of the national programme for comprehensive modernization and enhancement of main transport infrastructure by 2024.

The project is aimed at increasing the airport capacity and improving the flights safety. It involves construction of new pavement between the central and northern aprons to handle the A-321 type aircrafts and construction of a new taxiway between the aprons and the runway. The project also provides for construction of a rescue station and a perimeter patrol road.


 
 
Infrastructure Modernisation at the Far Eastern Railway Section between Ulak and Fevralsk Infrastructure Modernisation at the Far Eastern Railway Section between Ulak and Fevralsk

The project aims to modernise the existing railway infrastructure to increase the capacity of Baikal - Amur railroad in the direction of the Far East sea terminals and cross border points.

 
 
Tolyatti Bypass with the bridge over the Volga River Tolyatti Bypass with the bridge over the Volga River

Construction of the Tolyatti Bypass with the bridge over the Volga River is of high strategic importance. It will significantly contribute to the economic progress and growth of the Samara Region and create favorable conditions for founding the integrated economic area and attracting the federal and foreign investments.

 
 
M-11 Neva Express Motorway M-11 Neva Express Motorway

Description

The M-11 Neva toll expressway between Moscow and St. Petersburg is one of the largest infrastructure projects in Russia. It is a much-needed congestion reliever of the M-10 motorway. The new road bypasses all populated areas in Moscow, Tver, Novgorod and Leningrad Regions.

Construction of the expressway allowed decreasing the traffic and reducing accident rate on the M-10. Travel from Moscow to St. Petersburg takes now 6-7 hours.

Stroyproekt developed the design and detail design of several M-11 sections, as well as the design of large and non-standard bridges, overpasses and flyovers for the whole road. Our company also performed construction supervision for Stages IV and V.

 

 
 
Central Bridge over the Ob River in Novosibirsk Central Bridge over the Ob River in Novosibirsk

The river crossing includes a bridge over the Ob River with approaches, traffic interchanges at the right and at the left banks, a tunnel under Trans-Siberian railway road, toll plaza buildings and utilities.

 
 
М-4 Don Motorway М-4 Don Motorway

Description

The M-4 Don runs through Voronezh, Rostov-on-Don and Krasnodar and connects the central and northern regions of the European part of the country with the Northern Caucasus, the Black Sea coast, and the port of Novorossiysk. The road is part of the international North-South transport corridor.

Our company developed the design and detailed design for reconstruction of several road sections, including settlements bypasses.

Reconstruction of the motorway will improve the traffic and environmental situation, reduce travel time and ensure driving comfort for all road users.

 

 
 
Western High Speed Diameter (WHSD) Western High Speed Diameter (WHSD)

Description

WHSD is the first urban toll expressway in St. Petersburg, 46.6 km in length, which comprises a great number of complex engineering structures. The road links the southern and western city districts with the Ring Road, Vasilievsky Island in the center and the Scandinavia highway in the north, and has improved accessibility of the main transport hubs — Pulkovo Airport, the port of St. Petersburg and the Marine Façade passenger terminal. The new expressway has reduced travel times in some city areas by 50-70%.

WHSD features the second and the third longest bridge structures in Russia — Southern mainline flyover with the bridges over the Sea Channel and Korabelny Fairway, 9378 m long, and Northern mainline flyover with the bridges over Petrovsky Fairway and Elagin Fairway, 8794 m long.

 
 
Ob River Crossing – Bugrinsky Bridge in Novosibirsk Ob River Crossing – Bugrinsky Bridge in Novosibirsk

Description

Bugrinsky Bridge is the third bridge across the Russia’s largest river Ob in Novosibirsk. The bridge is part of South-West transit highway, which links the M-51 Baikal and M-52 Chuisky Trakt motorways.

The network arch of the bridge resembles the city’s coat of arms, which features an arch bridge and a red bow.

An unconventional launching procedure on a vertical circular curve was chosen for erection of the arch, which required minimum of auxiliary steel structures and enabled the shortest construction time.

In 2016, the project received a FIDIC Award of Merit for demonstrating innovation, quality, professional excellence, principles of transparency and integrity, sustainability and respect for the environment.

 
 
Barnaul By-pass with the Bridge over the Ob River Barnaul By-pass with the Bridge over the Ob River

Description

The new half-ring road connects two federal motorways R-322 (Barnaul — the border with Kazakhstan) and R-256 (Chuisky Trakt), and the P-380 regional road (Pavlovsky Trakt). The new highway diverts transit traffic from Barnaul and enhances development of regional and international transport and economic links.

The project is implemented based on a PPP scheme.


 
 
Voroshilovsky Bridge across the Don River Voroshilovsky Bridge across the Don River

Reconstruction of the Don crossing including a non-standard bridge aligned with Voroshilovsky Prospect in Rostov-on-Don.

 
 
Betancourt Bridge in St. Petersburg Betancourt Bridge in St. Petersburg

Description

A cable-stayed fixed bridge was built in St. Petersburg in 2018 as part of preparations for the FIFA World Cup. The bridge ensures 24-hour traffic between Vasilievsky Island and the city centre.

Together with the Western High Speed Diameter and Makarov Embankment, it makes part of the shortest transport link between Pulkovo Airport and Gazprom Arena Stadium.

There are two viewing platforms on the bridge, from which visitors can enjoy views of the Gulf of Finland and the city.

 

 
 
Transport Hub in Murmansk Transport Hub in Murmansk

The project is included into the federal target program “Development of Russian Transport System for the period from 2010 to 2020" and will be implemented based on PPP principles. The purpose of the project is to create transport infrastructure on the western coast of Kola Bay including construction of coal and oil terminals, development of railway infrastructure, rehabilitation of the existing coal terminal and construction of a new container terminal on the eastern coast of Kola Bay.


 
 
Construction of a new bridge to Krestovsky Island aligned with Yakhtennaya Street Construction of a new bridge to Krestovsky Island aligned with Yakhtennaya Street

The new bridge crossing links the southern part of Primorsky District with the northern shore of Krestovsky Island.  Connection of the bridge to the street and road network of Primorsky District envisages extension of Yakhtennaya Street towards the Gulf of Finland.  At Krestovsky Island side, the bridge crossing starts from reclaimed areas.

 
 
Blagoveschensky Bridge Rehabilitation Blagoveschensky Bridge Rehabilitation

Description

The project envisaged the rehabilitation of the first drawbridge over the Neva River built in 1850 to the design of engineer Stanislaw Kierbedz and reconstructed in the 1930s to the design of Grigory Peredery.

The rehabilitation included replacement of the decks, extension of the draw span, dismantling of the tram rails and installation of the central reservation. The bridge was widened to 37 m and equipped with automatic barriers to stop traffic when the bridge is drawn.

During rehabilitation works, the bridge was restored to its original appearance and soon received back its original name. 

 
 
Velizh Bypass road in Smolensk Region Velizh Bypass road in Smolensk Region

The project provides for arranging transit traffic on the R133 Olsha – Nevel motorway to bypass the city of Velizh. The project includes rehabilitation of the existing R133 road section and construction of a new road section with a bridge over the Western Dvina River.
The project will be implemented in 2 phases.
 
 

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