The Infrastructure Planning and Design (IPD) provides by Albait Al-Iraqi 4 engineering and Digital Maps Company. BI4EDM also provides a means to validate design decisions with the business to ensure that the solution meets the requirements of the customers.

BI4EDM use it’s capability of GIS solutions to solve problems (analyze and design), in many fields of Utilities and infrastructure:

  • Infrastructure planners and architects.
  • Architectural Design.
  • Structural Analysis and Design.
  • Networking Analysis and Design. Roads, water pipes, sewage pipes, electricity and communications.
  • Business managements.

From New World Encyclopedia

Urban planning is concerned with the ordering and design of settlements, from the smallest towns to the world’s largest cities. Shown here is Central, Hong Kong’s central business district.

Urban planning is the integration of the disciplines of land-use planning and transport planning, to explore a wide range of aspects of the built and social environments of urbanized municipalities and communities. The focus is the design and regulation of the uses of space within the urban environment. This involves their physical structure, economic functions, and social impacts. In addition to the design of new cities or the expansion of existing ones, a key role of urban planning is urban renewal, and re-generation of inner cities by adapting urban-planning methods to existing cities suffering from long-term infrastructural decay.

Urban planning involves not just the science of designing efficient structures that support the lives of their inhabitants, but also involves the aesthetics of those structures. The environment deeply affects its inhabitants, and for human beings the impact is not simply physical and social, but also involves the emotional response to beauty or lack thereof. Thus, while ancient cities may have been built primarily for defense, the glorification of the ruler soon became a prominent feature through the construction of impressive buildings and monuments. Today, urban planners are aware of the needs of all citizens to have a pleasant environment, which supports their physical and mental health, in order for the city to be prosperous.


Mural depicting the palace quarter of Nebuchadnezzar’s Babylon, Mesopotamia, around 600 B.C.E.

Babylon was a city-state of ancient Mesopotamia, the remains of which can be found in present-day Al Hillah, Babil Province, Iraq, about 55 miles south of Baghdad. All that remains today of the ancient famed city of Babylon is a mound, or tell, of broken mud-brick buildings and debris in the fertile Mesopotamian plain between the Tigris and Euphrates rivers in Iraq. It began as a small town that had sprung up by the beginning of the third millennium B.C.E.. The town flourished and attained prominence and political repute with the rise of the first Babylonian dynasty.

The city itself was built upon the Euphrates and divided in equal parts along its left and right banks, with steep embankments to contain the river’s seasonal floods. Babylon grew in extent and grandeur over time, but gradually became subject to the rule of Assyria. It has been estimated that Babylon was the largest city in the world from c. 1770 to 1670 B.C.E., and again between c. 612 and 320 B.C.E. It was the “holy city” of Babylonia by approximately 2300 B.C.E., and the seat of the Neo-Babylonian Empire from 612 B.C.E. The Hanging Gardens of Babylon were one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World