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Webinar: Change the way you perform bridge modelling, analysis and design

Major road and rail projects continue to dominate infrastructure investments across Australia and New Zealand as the population continues to grow – particularly around major capital cities. A critical part of such projects is the design and construction of bridges.
Over the last couple of years, Bentley Systems has engaged directly with engineers, designers and modellers across Australia and New Zealand and listened as they described in detail, their biggest challenge facing them today – a dedicated Bridge solution with an ability to efficiently and effectively integrate and interoperate within a Digital Engineering workflow, within a broader Road and or Rail project environment.

Many within the industry have developed and deployed solutions attached to convoluted and complicated workflows built around non-bridge specific technology, in an attempt to address the above challenge. Whilst providing some perceived benefits, many of these approaches still struggle to meet the needs and address the productivity challenges of bridge professionals, especially when it comes to adapting to frequent project changes.

At this webinar you will learn:

• How to rapidly create bridge projects by integrating multiple disciplines data within a single bridge solution, Bentley’s OpenBridge

• How to improve project deliverables and achieve a continuous flow of information from survey through construction

• How to efficiently perform rebar detailing and obtain quantities based on the 3D bridge model

• How to automate plans production from the 3D physical model, and avoid repetitive work to accommodate project changes.

If you are a bridge Engineer, designer or modeller looking to better model, analyse and design your bridge structures within a single, built from the ground-up dedicated multi-discipline bridge environment, this webinar is for you!

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If you’d like more information about OpenBridge, please contact Mike Mahdavi: Mike.Mahdavi@bentley.com

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