Dear fans of digital infrastructure and openBIM – it’s 3rd time around!

We’d like to welcome you to the most unique open BIM event in the world.


The construction sector is undergoing a massive change in applying different digital capabilities into built environment. The digital way of design and the whole life cycle asset management are deforming the whole construction process and last but not least the end user is in the middle of design process.


The whole built environment is in the middle of a dozen demands: environmental efficiency, the free flow of data, the cost efficiency and the more demanding end-user requirements. Today the infrastructures act as a platform of daily operations and pave the way to exciting opportunities while increasing the interconnection to digital infrastructures such as 5G. This opens up a totally great opportunity for the BIM related expertise.

First InfraBIM Open in 2018 brought already together 400 participants. In 2019 we had 530 participants from over 25 different countries and the programme included 60 presentations. The world had been waiting for this conference series!

During two days in February 2020 we will gather together the best subjects, most visionary people and the industry leaders to get you excited about. We will hear over 60 presentations from 23 different countries:

  1. the latest applications of BIM on ground and underground 
  2. how to make BIM as a part of education and future talents
  3. public client view to BIM
  4. the practical daily use of OpenBIM in road, street, tramline, railway and bridge projects


This event is for all actors of infrastructure life cycle. You do not have to be a BIM enthusiastic to enjoy the event.


We want open BIM to be for all.

Join us in 2020 as a participant, exhibitor or sponsor!

Keynote speakers

Fred Mills

Co-Founder and MD, The B1m

"How do we Fundamentally Change the Perception of Construction on Planet Earth?"

Kalle Vaismaa

Professor, Tampere University

"Increasing the productivity of infra sector with digitalization"