Archives for Year in Infrastructure Awards
INSIDER: How JPW is using Bentley’s OpenBuildings Designer GenerativeComponents to Push the Edge of Practice with Technology
A mid-sized architectural practice in Australia has designed what will be the largest building in the country once finished. In the process, the firm advanced the use of computational design with BIM using Bentley’s OpenBuildings Designer GenerativeComponents (OBD-GC).
Winners to be selected and announced at the Bentley Year in Infrastructure 2020 Conference in Vancouver, Canada.
This feature—which was originally published in our free monthly newsletter (INSIDER Xpresso) several weeks ago—focuses in on what we learned from the Bentley 2019 Year In Infrastructure Conference, held in Singapore, this past October. The key innovations we want to talk about from that conference center around “digital twins,” but we also want to highlight some stunning facts about the size and growth of the global infrastructure market. Some of these are “head-spinning” and hard to fathom, but nonetheless absolutely true.
Infrastructure in Bentley’s parlance includes from Buildings, Plants to Cities—entrants and winners span categories like Building and Campus, Digital Cities, Power Generation, Project Delivery, and so on.
Winners to be selected and announced in Singapore on 24 October at Bentley’s Year in Infrastructure 2019 Conference.