The new Skurusunds bridge and the interchanges Skuru and Björknäs’s traffic modification, will be part of the road 222 Värmdöleden with a length of 317 m and width 31 m a single span of 99 m over the strait with side spans, 2 on each side. BIMON handled the digitization of the existing and new bridge, supporting design activities and using the BIM model for project documentation and quantity management.
The scope of work is to build the new Skurusunds bridge and the Skuru and Bjorknas interchanges, one on each side of the bridge, including access ramps and underpasses for pedestrians and bicycles.
The Project is situated in Sweden to the east of Stockholm in the municipality of Nacka. The scope of work consists in the construction of the new Skurusunds bridge and the interchanges Skuru and Björknäs’s traffic modification, one on each side of the bridge, including the approach ramps and pedestrian & cycle underpasses.
The new bridge will be part of the road 222 Värmdöleden with a length of 317 m and width 31 m a single span of 99 m over the strait with side spans, 2 on each side. The piers foundations 3 & 4 have to be performed with drilled piles length at least 15 m by ground level.
The project covers the construction of the new bridge for Road 222, Värmdöleden including reconstruction and upgrading of the intersections at Skuru and Björknäs.
During the design, software was used to develop a BIM model based on criteria important to the development of the infrastructure design. This resulted in accurate 3D models enhanced by BIM datasets; 2D drawings derived from BIM; and renderings of the 3D and 2D models.
Clash detection checks were also performed to ensure coordination of services before construction. This resulted in a clash detection report and related models; a coordinated multidisciplinary model; and an optimized design
4D and 5D Simulations
A 4D model was also developed linking the model geometry to the construction program to have an animation demonstrating the construction process sequence and to obtain constructability analysis and feedback for program revisions Finally, 5D quantification and cost estimation activities were conducted, exporting the necessary BIM data to be used for cost estimation purposes and model-based quantity estimation.