Bentley Systems awards finalists

The finalists have been announced for the Bentley Systems awards.
Connected Construction / September 22, 2022 1 minute 10 seconds Read
By MJ Woof
The annual Bentley Systems awards programme will once more be held physically instead of digitally

Bentley Systems has announced the finalists for its annual awards programme. The 2022 Going Digital Awards in Infrastructure event is being held in the UK capital, London. The annual awards programme highlights the advances being made by Bentley software users in infrastructure design, construction, and operations throughout the world. A total of 11 independent jury panels selected the 36 finalists from over 300 nominations submitted by more than 180 organisations from 47 countries encompassing 12 categories. 

The winners will be revealed on November 15 during the 2022 Going Digital Awards in Infrastructure celebrations at London’s Intercontinental Park Lane in front of invited press members and industry executives. Finalists presentations will be available for viewing on November 7, 2022. Those interested will be able to access a special website to hear from the people behind these extraordinary infrastructure projects as they tell their stories of leveraging digital advancements to achieve unprecedented outcomes.

Nicholas Cumins, Bentley’s chief operating officer, said, “After two years of hosting the event virtually, we are excited to reunite in person with the Going Digital Awards’ finalists to celebrate their accomplishments along with press members and industry analysts. Bentley executives will share insights about digital advancements in infrastructure along with updates on Bentley applications and technology innovations.” 

The finalists in the 2022 Going Digital Awards in Infrastructure include:

Bridges and Tunnels
•    Ferrovial Construction and Alamo Nex Construction – IH35 Nex Central Section, San Antonio, Texas, United States
•    Southwest Municipal Engineering Design & Research Institute of China – In-depth and Collaborative Application of BIM Technology in the Second Section of Chengdu’s East-West City Axis, Chengdu, Sichuan, China
•    Zigong Urban Planning and Design Institute Co – Section C and D of the Infrastructure Construction Project of City-industry Integration Belt between Fushun County and Rong County of Zigong, Zigong City, Sichuan, China

•    Acciona – Safely Removing Dangerous Level Crossings through Digital Construction, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
•    China Railway 18th Bureau Group Co – Application of BIM Technology to Ultra-deep Water Transmission Tunnel in Pearl River Delta, Foshan, Guangdong, China
•    DPR Construction – RMR 20 Massachusetts Ave, NW Repositioning, Washington, DC, United States

Enterprise Engineering
•    National Highways – Complex Infrastructure Programme – A303 ProjectWise and iTwin Deployment Pilot Project, Salisbury - Stonehenge, Wiltshire, United Kingdom
•    WSB – Digital As-built Proof of Concept, Elk River, Minn, United States

Roads and Highways
•    AFRY – New Test Track for Autonomous and Electrified Vehicles, Södertälje, Stockholm Area, Sweden
•    Beca – Takitimu North Link, Tauranga, Western Bay of Plenty, New Zealand
•    Foth Infrastructure & Environment, LLC – City of Perry Innovates with Foth Creating a Digitally Mapped City Using Digital Twins, Perry, Iowa, United States


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