Roald Madsen AS

Roald Madsen AS is a versatile machine contractor company established in 1974. Since that time, the company has grown; as of today, it has over 90 employees who have high competence and experience in the industry. Roald Madsen AS operates throughout northern Norway and has customers nationally, locally, and municipally. Some of the company’s ongoing […]

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Dura Vermeer repaves Hoofddorp thanks to marXact and Infrakit

Just like the stones in your garden, the pavement in your neighborhood needs maintenance too. These are maintenance projects on a larger scale that involve a lot of stones, data, and responsibilities. Over the next two years, Dura Vermeer will be working on repaving an entire residential area in Hoofddorp, Graan voor Visch. For this, […]

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Four years of using Infrakit in Risa

Risa was founded in 1948 at Nærbø and is one of Norway’s largest construction contractors. With over 550 employees, the privately-owned company focuses on HSE, customers, quality, and competence. Risa works on a number of projects within the construction, operation, and maintenance industries, and the company takes on projects throughout the country. Among other things, […]

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Sundström improving National road 8 between Vassor and Ölis

We interviewed Sanna Kara, who oversees land surveying at Sundström, about the use of Infrakit in their operations.

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Fagskolen Innlandet teaches students to use Infrakit

Fagskolen Innlandet is Norway’s largest public vocational school with around 1500 students. Fagskolen offers the largest study options compared to all the vocational schools in Eastern Norway. Some of the subject areas the school offers include construction, BIM, and construction. Under construction, the school offers subjects such as geomatics, BIM for construction, tenders and calculations, […]

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The Norwegian Public Roads Administration is building a new E16 Eggemoen – Olum road

The Norwegian Public Roads Administration (Statens vegvesen) is a future-oriented administrative body under the Ministry of Transport and Communications. This administrative body carries out its social mission through three different roles: as a client, government body, and professional body. The Norwegian Public Roads Administration is committed to comprehensive management, meaning that they work to create […]

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The Norwegian Public Roads Administration is building the new E18 Vestkorridoren

Norwegian Public Roads Administration is in the process of building the new E18 Vestkorridoren (western corridor), and the administrative body is responsible for both planning and construction.

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NCC – Bergen Light Rail

NCC is one of Northern Europe’s leading companies in construction, infrastructure and real estate development. The group has approx. 15,500 employees and an annual turnover of SEK 54 billion (2019).  NCC is currently working on its eleventh assignment for Bergen Light Rail. The assignment, which has been named “D14 Mindemyren”, has a total budget of NOK […]

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Bybane i Bergen

Infrakit Services Development Project – City of Vantaa

Infrakit Services working on furthering the digitalisation of infra construction with City of Vantaa.

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Infrakit included in Tampere Tram project

Starting Point A tramway is being constructed in Tampere to make everyday life easier in the city and to enable its growth and development. The tramway is constructed to serve the most congested sections of the public transportation system and to help the growth of the urban area. Tampere grows with over 2,000 new residents […]

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Bangs Oppmåling AS

Einar Gladhaug praises Infrakit as a collaboration platform.

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Einar Gladhaug

Infrakit helping to build Jokeri Light Rail

Jokeri Light Rail is a 25-kilometre rail connection between Itäkeskus in Helsinki and Keilaniemi in Espoo. The city councils of Helsinki and Espoo accepted a project plan in 2016; this served as a basis for planning and beginning the Jokeri Light Rail building project in June 2019. Bus line 550, which runs along the same […]

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Case Norway: PEAB is building the E6 Moelvkrysset

Peab is one of the Nordic region’s leading construction companies. In Norway alone, they have around 1,800 employees and an annual turnover of almost NOK 8 billion. They are currently constructing the E6 Moelvkrysset. Here they have used Infrakit from the very beginning, in addition to having tried out the function of streaming in orthophotos […]

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E6 ved Moelven

Case: Vestre Vei by Marthinsen & Duvholt, Norway

Since March 2020, there has been construction of a road, walkway and VA (water and sewage) on Vestre Vei on Nesøya outside Oslo. Henrik Bertelsson has led the construction, and says that this is the first time he and his team use Infrakit as a project hotel also during the design phase. Anders Tiltnes is a VDC-certified geomatician at […]

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Case: Veidekke – E6 Arnkvern, Norway

In the last three years, a 25 kilometer motorway has been developed at Arnkvern near Moelv. This is a billion project that is now in the final phase. We spoke with Terje Glad and Jan Steinar Stein to hear how the use of Infrakit has helped them along the way. Terje, who is the BIM Manager of the project, […]

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CASE: The streets of Kallvik

“Without Infrakit, everyone would be faced with huge piles of paper and other material. The fact that everything is stored in one place and documents can be searched for using different codes makes the work more efficient.” – Janne Neste & Jenna Karppinen, Kreate Oy

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Helsinki Airport Expansion with Infrakit

”Before Infrakit, system information management was difficult – we were practically expecting an error to occur when transferring data with a USB drive one machine at a time.” Tero Maijala, Land Surveying Specialist, Destia Oy Increasing transit capacity on Helsinki Airport is one of the main objectives of the airport’s 2020 development program, which aims to […]

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Sienikuja Street Project in Oulu, Planner’s Perspective

“Infrakit functions well in supporting planning and construction, improving transparency, quality and interaction in these phases. The benefits of Infrakit are emphasized the more it is taken as a part of the lifecycle of the project.”
 Olli Planting, Head Designer and BIM Coordinator in the Sienikuja street project (Destia Oy)

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Estonian Road Administration’s pilot project T22 Torma- Levala Overlay

”I would sincerely recommend Infrakit for construction companies and even for the clients side, because it makes all your project documentation available on-site”, says Anti Palmi from Estonian Roan Administration.

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Improving the stability of Luoma railway embankment

“This is one of the Infrakit pilot projects to see how the program can be applied to railway projects. It took me a while to warm up to the idea, but now I definitely support it. The first project was the construction of a rail freight transport line on the western side of Kerava. At […]

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Klaukkala bypass MT 132: Design and Construction Cooperation

“Without Infrakit, quality designation should not only be delayed, it would also do more work: quality reports and their storage in a project bank. Now there is no need for it, but all quality measurements and as-built measurements are displayed in real time when the points are taken”, says Project Manager Sami Laakso from Kreate.

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Case: E18 Hamina-Vaalimaa project was completed ahead of time

“Infrakit was very useful for the project. It especially improved the flow of information. I would also recommend it for future use,” Joni Rissanen from YIT concludes.

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Case: Ydalir – City of the Future in Elverum, Norway

”We would recommend infrakit as a part of the solution, when going in to these kinds of project. As you get a good platform to exchange data with machine control, and a platform to visualize where you have gotten the quality reports”, says Knut Erik Neset.

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Ydalir Infrakit

Upgrading highway 4 between Kello-Räinänperä, Oulu and Ii

“The pros of Infrakit become clear when it is used throughout the span of the project starting from planning all the way to execution. I believe Infrakit could be used to aid maintenance as well, and its benefits at that stage of projects could be investigated further’, Olli Planting concludes.

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E6 Arnkvern-Moelv road construction project in Norway

“The company Infrakit has listened to our needs are and tried to fulfill them. Infrakit has become an important aid in our working day”, says Jan Steinar Stein, the Surveying leader from Veidekke ASA

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Pilot project of the city of Pori

‘I recommend everyone working in infrastructure construction to try and familiarize themselves with Infrakit. I’d say that the service works for all projects with a budget starting from 20 000 €. It will make quality control more efficient and improve monitoring, which will have a positive impact on maintenance,’ says Olli-Pekka Ihalainen.

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CASE: The City of Hyvinkää – First Stage of the Hangonsilta Project

‘Monitoring project progress was really efficient through The Infrakit cloud service’.

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Vt6 Taavetti-Lappeenranta project on Infrakit

The best thing about Infrakit is that it’s easy to learn and use.
– Harri Taina, Surveying Chief, Skanska

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CASE: City of Lahti – Suoniitynkatu Residential Street

“If I described Infrakit with one word, it would be: simple.”
– Petri Honkanen, Surveying Chief, City of Lahti

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CASE: Destia – Riippa-Eskola Double-Track Railway

“Infrakit enables data management. Everyone has access to the same information effortlessly and easily. That is its most important benefit.”
– Mika Jaakkola, Development Manager, Destia

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CASE: YIT – E18 Hamina-Vaalimaa Motorway

“It used to take us months at its worst to get to share and receive information. Infrakit, on the other hand, is real-time.”
– Jussi Laamanen, Quality Manager, YIT

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CASE: City of Espoo – Tammitie Residential Street

“In the as-built maps on Infrakit I could see, and still can, what has been surveyed and in what pace are we progressing. The management found this feature extremely helpful as did we, the project owner.”
– Jari Kainuvaara, BIM Manager, City of Espoo

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