Bentley Systems: a digital future

Bentley Systems: a digital future

Posted in Latest News, Special Features//August 21, 2019

Digital engineering is a complex term to define. Roads & Infrastructure sits down with Dave Body, senior industry strategy manager at Bentley Systems, to learn more about the term and how it affects industry.

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Laying the groundwork for the digital construction site

Laying the groundwork for the digital construction site

Posted in Civil Works, Industry News, Latest News, Technology Update//March 08, 2019

Dustin Parkman of Bentley Systems speaks to Roads & Infrastructure Magazine about new digital workflows for construction site design and delivery and where the software provider’s latest civil product – OpenSite – fits in the equation.

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Towards a digital future

Towards a digital future

Posted in Industry News, Latest News, Technology Update//February 15, 2019

With building information modelling (BIM) on the rise in Queensland and the state government releasing a new implementation policy, Roads & infrastructure Magazine finds out what this means for the local sector.

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The new information highway

The new information highway

Posted in Industry News, Latest News, Technology Update, Up front//January 07, 2019

Roads & Infrastructure Magazine sat down with Bentley Systems’ Dan Vogen to talk about how new digital engineering processes and the increasing role of data is influencing the operation of linear infrastructure assets.

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Aurecon reveals new ANZ, global leadership team

Aurecon reveals new ANZ, global leadership team

Posted in Industry News, Latest News//December 11, 2018

Global engineering and infrastructure advisory firm Aurecon has announced the appointment of its new Managing Director Australia and New Zealand, Global CFO and Global COO under incoming Global CEO William Cox.

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QLD Govt launches BIM implementation policy

QLD Govt launches BIM implementation policy

Posted in Industry News, Latest News, Technology Update//November 30, 2018

The state’s new building information modelling implementation (BIM) policy means that the use of BIM will now be required on all new government construction projects with an estimated capital cost of $50 million or more by 2023.

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