Wiatraczna Street dhv polska sp. z o.o.
Wiatraczna Street is a 2,000-meter section of the city center
bypass in Warsaw, Poland. The main goal of the project is
to enhance traffic flow by eliminating nonlocal traffic and
improve safety on area streets. The project includes building
the main road with two tunnels, each 60 meters long, together
with local roads on both sides of the main road and four
flyovers across railroads.
Flagler Street Project florida dot
Because the surrounding area is very urbanized, the main
problem of the design is fitting it around existing buildings
and streets. The visualizations generated using MicroStation
and InRoads were helpful in elaborating the architectural
details and enabled DhV Polska to detect inaccuracies.
In addition, the 3D models are easier for the public and
investors to understand than traditional 2D plans.
The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) is conducting
a project development and environment study for the SR-968/
West Flagler Street/SW 1st Street Corridor. The proposal
provides for operational, safety, and aesthetic improvements,
including milling and resurfacing and upgrades to comply with
the Americans with Disabilities Act. Project cost is $9 million.
MicroStation enabled collaborative work and guaranteed
fully coordinated and integrated design. Spatial coordination
and complete understanding of the interface between the
building envelope and the services ducts was assured ahead
of construction, significantly reducing risk and removing the
high corrective costs associated with on-site clashes. Also,
within FDOT’s addressing and parcel mapping systems and
workflows, address/parcel mismatches were cut from more
than 8,000 to 2,000. Savings totaled $4 million and two
years in time.