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Fraser Innes


BIM Information Manager


Fraser has over 20 years in the rail industry and was one of the first to start using Microstation after Network Rail made the change in the late 90s.  He's been involved in the implementation of standards, templates, datasets and federated workflows on many rail projects, particularly since the adoption of 3D modelling and BIM L2 for multi-platform software.  Fraser is currently BIM Information Manager for the Wales & Borders Core Valley Lines upgrade programme which is electrifying around 170km of track, whilst upgrading all stations and signalling and building a new depot.

 What to expect during the event

Explaining how the Project Information Models and project data are prepared and transmitted for handover into the Operations and Maintenance datasource.
- Gathering As Built Surveys, Redline Markups and Construction Assurance information.
- Advising designers on what and how to update AFC models and drawings for the 'As Constructed' Z01 revision.
- Preparing the Opps & Maintenance datasource for the transfer of the PIMs and Health & Safety Files.
- Creation and function of the AIMs (Asset Information Models) to suit O&M and future project datacuts.

PIM to AIM Sequence

  • 07 Sept, 09:00 – 18:00 IST
    Dublin 4, Anglesea Rd, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4, D04 AK83, Ireland
    Live @ RDS Dublin, Ireland + Virtual. Meet and share knowledge with the BIM Heroes of the AEC Industry. A celebration of excellence and digital innovation in Architecture, Engineering and Construction.
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