Excecutive Vice President – Infrastructure construction division
As Vice President and responsible for Infrastructure Construction Division at Bane NOR, I am responsible for all investment projects within railways and our portfolio of NOK 260 billion. We must deliver predictably, both when it comes to price and time. This means that we must develop the projects through good and optimal systems, with the help of good management and expertise. It is a large and exciting portfolio that we carry out as a pure builder's organization through contracts with contractors, advisers and suppliers.
But first and foremost, my goal is to maintain the pressure on safety - make sure we get everyone home safely.
I am fascinated by the interaction between people, utilizing the unique skills of each one. What is impossible to achieve for individuals is possible for a team. Together we can make a difference. We will make the impossible possible
As my foundation, I have a Masterdegree in building, construction area and management from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology. I am an experienced leader of projectmanagement, have strong professional skills in Contract Management, Risk Management, Engineering, Business Process Improvement and Organizational Development and through my carrer I have been responsible for projects in the transportation/railroad industry for Engineering companies, as a contractor.
"Mandating BIM for Infrastructure and Construction DX in Japan"
Division of Sustainable Energy and Environmental Engineering,
Graduate School of Engineering,
Nobuyoshi Yabuki is a full professor in the Division of Sustainable Energy and Environmental Engineering, Osaka University, Japan. His research area is civil engineering informatics, which is the applications of advanced ICT including AI, IoT, BIM, VR/AR/MR, Structure from Motion (SfM), laser scanning, etc. to civil and building engineering. He received B.E. at the University of Tokyo, M.S. and Ph.D. at Stanford University, all in civil engineering.
When he started to work at the Electric Power Development Co., Ltd., in 1982, he joined a team introducing and utilizing 3D CAD for civil engineering design. Ever since then, he has been an evangelist of BIM for infrastructure and has become an academic researcher/educator in this field. He has published over 300 journal and international conference papers and has received many academic awards. For the last 15 years, he has been heavily involved in the promotion of ICT for civil infrastructure projects for the Japanese government. He is Chair of the Committee on BIM/CIM Promotion, the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism (MLIT), Japan, External Executive Director, Japan Construction Information Center (JACIC), Vice President of International Society for Computing in Civil and Building Engineering (ISCCBE), Founder/President of Asian Group for Civil Engineering Informatics (AGCEI), Vice Chairman of buildingSMART Japan (bSJ), etc.