Bentley Systems has announced the winners of the 2021 Going Digital Awards in Infrastructure, to recognise the work of Bentley software users advancing construction across the world.
Sixteen independent jury panels selected the 57 finalists from nearly 300 nominations submitted by more than 230 organisations from 45 countries encompassing 19 categories.
Bentley Systems showcased 19 Going Digital Awards in Infrastructure winners during the 2021 Year in Infrastructure and Going Digital Awards virtual event.
On the previous day at the virtual event, 22 Founders’ Honorees were recognised, representing organisations or individuals whose undertakings contribute notably to infrastructure advancement and/or environmental/social development goals.
The winners of the 2021 Going Digital Awards in Infrastructure are:
New York State Department of Transportation
East 138th Street over the Major Deegan Expressway
New York City, New York, United States
Buildings and Campuses
High-tech Multifunctional Medical Complex
Yukki, St. Petersburg, Russia
Hubei International Logistics Airport Co., Ltd., Shenzhen S.F. Taisen Holdings (Group) Co., Ltd., Airport Construction Engineering Co., Ltd.
Ezhou Huahu Airport Project
Ezhou, Hubei, China
Clark Construction Group, LLC
SeaTac Airport International Arrivals Facility
Seattle, Washington, United States
China Water Resources Beifang Investigation, Design and Research Co. Ltd.
Geological Survey of Water Conservancy and Hydropower Engineering
Land and Site Development
Liaoning Water Conservancy and Hydropower Survey and Design Research Institute Co., Ltd.
Dongtaizi Reservoir Project
Chifeng, Inner Mongolia, China
WISDRI Engineering & Research Incorporation Limited
Converter-based Continuous Casting Project of Jinnan Steel Phase II Quwo Base Capacity Reduction and Replacement Project
Quwo, Shanxi, China
Mining and Offshore Engineering
Construction of the Blagodatnoye Mill-5
Krasnoyarsk, Krasnoyarsk Krai, Russia
Capital Engineering and Research Incorporation Ltd.
The World’s First 60MW Subcritical Blast Furnace Gas Power Generation Project
Changshu, Jiangsu, China
Project Delivery Information Management
Mott MacDonald Systra JV with Balfour Beatty Vinci
HS2 Phase 1 Main Civil Construction Works
London, United Kingdom
Rail and Transit
Network Rail + Jacobs
Transpennine Route Upgrade
Manchester/Leeds/York, United Kingdom
Diablo Dam Digital Twin Modeling
Whatcom County, Washington, United States
Road and Rail Asset Performance
Collins Engineers, Inc.
Stone Arch Bridge Rehabilitation
Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States
Roads and Highways
PT Hutama Karya (Persero)
Trans Sumatera Toll Road Project Section Serbelawan-Pematangsiantar
Pematangsiantar, Sumatera Utara, Indonesia
HDR and the PennFIRST Team
The Pavilion at Penn Medicine
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
Utilities and Communications
PowerChina Hubei Electric Engineering Co., Ltd.
Suixian and Guangshui 80MWp Ground-based Photovoltaic Power Project of Hubei Energy Group
Guangshui, Hubei, China
Utilities and Industrial Asset Performance
Canadian Energy Company
Asset Data Lifecycle Program
Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada
Water and Wastewater Treatment Plants
Larson & Toubro Construction
Khatan Group of Villages Water Supply Scheme (Surface Water Treatment), UP, India
Khatan, Uttar Pradesh, India
Water, Wastewater and Stormwater Networks
Companhia Águas de Joinville (CAJ)
Contingency Plan to Ensure Supply in the Event of Drought (Joinville-Santa Catarina)
Joinville, Santa Catarina, Brazil
The students winning the Future Infrastructure Star Challenge are:
Judge’s Choice Winner
Elif Gungormus Deliismail
Mini-Modular-Plant for Digitized Sustainable Campus
Izmir Institute of Technology, Turkey
People’s Choice Winner
Rodman Raul Cordova Rodriguez
Innovative Dam and Hydroelectric Project
Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil