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Railway area Delft – The Netherlands

Management

Spoorzone Delft is commissioned by the Ministry of Infrastructure & Environment to build two rail tunnels, an (underground) station, several new office buildings, a new town hall and projects for social housing. In spring 2015, the new railway tunnel, the town hall, the bus square and the (underground) station in Delft were finalized.

TASK DESCRIPTION

Risk management:

  • Establishing and improving risk management by applying the Risman method
  • Organizing risk management sessions with subcontractors and client representatives (Delft municipality)
  • Risk analysis in quarterly reports (top 10, progress reports…)
  • Risk management in consultation with project managers and team members

Planning

  • Conception of a planning and planning management method
  • Implementation of a planning and project management system
  • Development of different phasing scenarios
  • Visualizing and managing adjacent zones and the risks associated with tunnel construction

The challenge in this task stems particularlyfrom working together with a large variety of parties with both common and (partially) opposing interests.The planning is carried out 4 times per year and includes an exhaustive risk analysis based on a Monte-Carlo simulation (Primavera).

4D BIM model

A highly abstracted 4D BIM reference model allows for better management and especially communication of the planned and current interventions.

LocationDelft, The Netherlands
DomainDevelopment of railway station area
ClientMinisterie van Infrastructuur & Milieu, gemeente Delft
FunctionInformation Management / Planning & Risk Management
Estimated Cost± € 1,000,000,000
Period2005 – 2018