University of Technology Sydney

42127 Digital Engineering for Infrastructure and Facilities

12cp; 3.5hpw (face to face and online), 5hpw (online activities), 3hpw (assessment activity)
There are course requisites for this subject. See access conditions.
Recommended studies:

A background in engineering or construction related disciplines, or one year of relevant work experience on infrastructure construction projects, and basic familiarity with general CAD or BIM concepts is recommended for participants in this course.


Digital Engineering for Infrastructure and Facilities addresses an industry-recognised need for contemporary civil infrastructure projects. It equips participants with a theoretical foundation and practical skills through engagement with industry best practices, workflows, and real-world datasets. Key areas covered include Common Data Environments, Survey and Existing Conditions Modelling, Design Coordination, and Quantity Take-Off for Planning, Cost and Carbon Estimation. On successful completion participants are well-prepared to take a leading role in the digital delivery of infrastructure and building projects, making them more efficient, effective, and adaptable to the evolving needs of modern methods of construction.

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