Finalists announced for Bentley Awards

The finalists have been announced for the annual Bentley Awards.
Connected Construction / September 1, 2023 1 minute 30 seconds Read
By MJ Woof
Bentley Systems has announced the finalists for its annual awards programme

Bentley Systems has announced the finalists for its 2023 Going Digital Awards in Infrastructure. The winners will be announced on October 12th at Bentley’s 2023 Year in Infrastructure and Going Digital Awards Event in Singapore.

The annual awards programme honours the work of Bentley software users advancing infrastructure design, construction, and operations throughout the world. Twelve independent jury panels, representing 12 award categories, selected the 36 finalists from over 300 nominations submitted by 235 organisations from 51 countries.

Representatives from the finalists’ organisations will present their projects to a panel of independent judges to determine the winners and meet with global press and industry executives at the 2023 Year in Infrastructure and Going Digital Awards event, which will be held at the Marina Bay Sands in Singapore, October 11-12, 2023. Visit the site to learn how these extraordinary infrastructure projects are leveraging digital advancements to achieve unprecedented outcomes.

Chris Bradshaw, Bentley Systems’ chief marketing officer, said, “We are so excited to be back in Singapore to present the Going Digital Awards finalists in front of our users and those attending virtually, as well as invited press and analysts at the 2023 Year in Infrastructure and Going Digital Awards event. These projects reflect how organisations have improved their workflows by embracing digital technologies to maximise efficiency and cost savings. I congratulate the finalists for advancing infrastructure intelligence by adopting Bentley Infrastructure Cloud, iTwin Platform and products, and Bentley Open Applications, and I wish them success on their future projects.”

Some of the finalists in the 2023 Going Digital Awards in Infrastructure are:

Bridges and Tunnels
•    China Railway Changjiang Transportation Design Group Co, Road & Bridge International Co, Chongqing Expressway Group Co – Comprehensive Application of BIM-based Digital and Intelligent Design and Construction for the Liaozi Grand Bridge, Chongqing City, China
•    Collins Engineers, Inc – Digital Twins and Artificial Intelligence for Historic Robert Street Bridge Rehabilitation, St Paul, Minnesota, United States
•    WSP Australia Pty – Southern Program Alliance, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Roads and Highways
•    Atkins – I-70 Floyd Hill to Veterans Memorial Tunnels Project, Idaho Springs, Colorado, United States
•    Hunan Provincial Communications Planning, Survey & Design Institute Co – Hengyang-Yongzhou Expressway in Hunan Province, Hengyang and Yongzhou, Hunan, China
•    SMEC South Africa – N4 Montrose Interchange, Mbombela, Mpumalanga, South Africa

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