The KRW 40 billion BMW Group Driving Center in Incheon, South Korea, features driving tracks as a main facility, an exhibition and
experience space for automobile culture, and an eco-friendly sports park. Korea Engineering Consultants Corp. performed the feasibility
study and detailed design using the BIM method. A key challenge was meeting the standards of Fédération Internationale de l’Automobile
(FIA), the governing body for world motor sport.
The track is composed of multi-purpose, dynamic, circular, accelerating and braking, handling, and off-road courses. BIM design using
InRoads delivered the track connection (edge) design that satisfied FIA regulations. In addition, a design considering utility interferences in
the lower part of the track minimized changes during the construction. By analyzing potential problems and minimizing errors, InRoads 3D
modeling reduced construction costs.
The Mysore Urban Development Authority contracted Infra Support Engineering Consultants Pvt. Ltd. to prepare the feasibility report and
detailed project report for the proposed construction of Bangalore Road-ORR Junction grade separators in Mysore, Karnataka, India. The
project team had just eight weeks to complete the design and ground check, and submit drawings and reports for the INR 220.1 million project.
Bentley MXROAD Suite quickly created alternative designs for optimum alignments and profiles. Visibility analysis ensured that the designs
met safety requirements. The design met project goals for reducing intersection congestion and travel time, reducing the cost of delays and
idling, and reducing accidents and conflicts. Bentley software decreased project delivery costs by integrating multiple engineering disciplines
and enabling participants to take responsibility for their roles.
Infra Support Engineering Consultants Pvt. Ltd. | Mysore, Karnataka, India
Bangalore Road-ORR Junction Grade Separators
Korea Engineering Consultants Corp. | Incheon, South Korea
BMW Driving Center Construction
Innovation in Roads