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Best ever performance when conditions are the toughest and most challenging, is the hardest thing to achieve. But that is what has been precisely achieved by Maha Metro in Nagpur & Pune Metro projects in the March 2021 and the year 2020-21 in terms of our physical and financial progress, despite the gravest challenges posed by Covid-19 pandemic through the year.
This has been made possible by the use of Five Dimensional Building Information Modelling (5DBIM) system. We have achieved best-ever performance during worst times,” said Dr Brijesh Dixit, Managing Director of Maha Metro.
The expenditure in March 2021 was Rs 685 crore and in 2020-21 was Rs 3,303 crore. The previous best was in March 2019 – Rs 669 crore and 2018-19 – Rs 2,894 crore.Maha Metro has thus surpassed its own previous records and proved that even the pandemic could not deter it from overcoming its set targets. The percentage rise in March 2021 expenditure as compared to March 2019 was 2.39% while the rise for 2020-21 as compared to 2018-19 was 14.13%.
5DBIM is a BIM based approach in which individual 3DBIM components (with complete information) are linked with time information in schedule and equivalent cost information. By integrating three dimensional (3D) model with time and cost information one can view virtual construction of 3D model. Maha Metro has taken a pioneering step to integrate 5DBIM with Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) application to create ‘One Project One Platform’ thereby automating its project management process.
of companies is one such firm. Mr AmarsinhRaut, local head of Afcons, said, “Workforce is the main pillar to achieve the best deadlines. Their health, safety and wellbeing were of utmost priority to all of us.”
Despite extremely adverse conditions due to the Covid-19 pandemic, Maha Metro achieved its best performance in 2020-21. It continues to do excellent work on Nagpur and Pune Metro projects in 2021-22. According to Dr Brijesh Dixit when the going gets tough, the tough gets going and this applies to Maha Metro.
This article first appeared on www.metrorailnews.in
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