Introduction to Infraworks

This course seeks to introduce the Infraworks software, an important tool in the conceptual and preliminary phases, and to learn the tools that allow information analysis, regardless of the project phase.

In addition, you will learn to present civil engineering and architectural projects through flight animations and subsequent video editing.

The course is structured in 6 units which will begin by giving an introduction to the program by analyzing the different existing tools and panels. 

The way to create gradings and coverage areas will be studied, as well as the insertion of urban furniture from the Infraworks library that will add greater realism to the project. 

Furthermore, the creation of linear works such as roads and railways will be taught, including an introduction to traffic analysis. Moreover, elements with constructive peculiarities such as intersections, roundabouts, tunnels and bridges will be delved into. 

In addition, the tools that allow the hydrological analysis of the project and the creation of drainage and sanitation structures will be introduced.

Finally, the integration of Infraworks with other software within the BIM environment will be studied, as well as a complete introduction to the presentation of the project using flight animations.


Carlos Aquise

  • Civil and Territorial Engineer by the Polytechnic University of Madrid with great technical preparation adapted to new technologies. 
  • Master’s degree in BIM Management specialized in Civil Engineering and Linear Works, Autodesk Official.
  • Autodesk Official course as BIM Expert with Civil 3D and Infraworks.
  • Full proficiency in Spanish and English (C2 Proficiency in English by the University of Cambridge) and intermediate level of French and Italian.

During the last 7 years he has focused his career on the studying and teaching of the different Autodesk programs with a clear specialization and more than 15,000 hours in Civil 3D and Infraworks. However, he has advanced knowledge of other programs such as Revit, 3ds MAX or Navisworks.

Currently, he develops his professional activity as BIM Manager in an international company focused on Renewable Energies, designing and projecting wind farms and photovoltaic parks, among others, in different parts of the world.

Course contents

Unit 1 | Initial Settings
Unit 2 | Construction Site Design
Unit 3 | Road and Railway Design
Unit 4 | Particular elements in linear structures
Unit 5 | Drainage Design
Unit 6 | Integration with other BIM softwares
Unit 7 | Creating a Flythrough Animation

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