Submissions open for Bentley Year in Infrastructure 2018 awards

Bentley Systems is calling for submissions for its annual awards, held in conjunction with the global firm’s Year in Infrastructure 2018 Conference, held 15-18 October in London.Bentley Systems is calling for submissions for its annual awards, held in conjunction with the global firm’s Year in Infrastructure 2018 Conference, held 15-18 October in London.

The Year in Infrastructure Awards (formerly Be Inspired Awards), recognise infrastructure projects for digital innovations that improve project delivery and/or asset performance.

Users or Bentley software are invited to enter their projects into the Year in Infrastructure Awards program, with submissions closing 30 April.

The 19 Year in Infrastructure 2018 Awards categories recognise advancements in going digital for the following categories.

  • Buildings and Campuses
  • Communications Networks
  • Construction
  • Digital Cities
  • Environmental Engineering
  • Manufacturing
  • Mining and Offshore Engineering
  • Power Generation
  • Project Delivery
  • Rail and Transit
  • Reality Modeling
  • Roads and Highways
  • Road and Rail Asset Performance
  • Structural Engineering
  • Utilities and Industrial Asset Performance
  • Utilities Transmission and Distribution
  • Water and Wastewater Treatment Plants
  • Water, Wastewater, and Stormwater Networks

The three finalists chosen for each awards category win a trip to London to attend the Year in Infrastructure 2018 Conference, as guests of Bentley Systems.

“Our project being a 2017 winner is a game-changer for HNTB,” said HNTB Vice President Matthew Simon in a statement.

“It shows we are able to take this technology and use it for other projects and other pursuits. It puts HNTB in that trusted advisor position with our clients—to deliver these projects every day.”

The winners will be announced at an awards ceremony at the Hilton London Metropole in October.

The theme of the Year in Infrastructure 2018 Conference is Going Digital: Advancements in Infrastructure. Presented by Bentley Institute, the conference features plenary keynotes by Bentley executives and guest speakers, including Sir John Armitt, chair of the United Kingdom’s National Infrastructure Commission. In addition, six industry-specific forums will feature keynotes by leading industry experts, interactive workshops, panel discussions, and product demonstrations. These forums will focus on:

  • Buildings and Campuses
  • Digital Cities
  • Industrial Infrastructure
  • Rail and Transit
  • Roads and Bridges
  • Utilities and Water

More information about the awards and nominating a project can be found here.


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