Germany

23rd Darmstadt Geotechnics Colloquium

The Institute and Laboratory of Geotechnics of the Technical University of Darmstadt held the 23rd Darmstadt Geotechnics Colloquium on 10 March 2016, organised by Prof. Dr.-Ing. Rolf Katzenbach. In the Justus-Liebig-Haus, international experts reported on engineering developments in Germany and abroad to an audience of about 350.

Building Information Modeling and major Projects

In the first block of lectures, experience with the use of BIM for the construction of the 4270 m long, twin-bore Rastatt rail tunnel was related in detail [1]. The tunnel is a key structure on the project to upgrade and...

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