Why is construction simulator 3 so difficult?
Construction simulator 3 is the first simulation in Australia to simulate the construction of an underground railway line in real time.
The project, funded by the Australian National Infrastructure Commission, is currently testing the simulator with a $2 million grant from the Department of Infrastructure and Regional Development.
The project aims to be a tool to help Australia’s cities and suburbs build their infrastructure, which includes bridges, tunnels, tunnels to power stations, roads and more.
Construction simulator 3 was built using the latest state-of-the-art construction simulation technology.
It was designed to simulate building a line from Point Piper to the border with New South Wales using existing infrastructure and to simulate how the line will be constructed and maintained during the project.
A team of engineers and project managers worked on the project for two years and it is expected to be ready in 2019.
“The simulation is a tool for city and state planners, engineers and developers to understand the complexities of infrastructure construction in Australia,” Dr Kydney said.
“(It’s) an opportunity to get a real sense of what’s involved in construction, what’s actually going on, and what’s going to happen once the line is constructed.”
Dr Kydneys work has focused on how the construction process in Australia works, including the way people and communities react to the construction project.
“The process is very complicated,” he said.
“It’s an inherently complex process, it’s a very time consuming process, and it’s not just for a short-term project.”
It’s also very time-consuming because you need to do everything yourself.
“The project has been funded by an $11 million grant.