Bentley Systems announces winners of the 2015 Be Inspired Awards

By Bentley Systems news release

Nov 10, 2015

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Bentley Systems this week announced the winners of the 2015 Be Inspired Awards, honoring the extraordinary work of Bentley users improving the world’s infrastructure. 18 Be Inspired Awards winners and five Be Inspired Special Recognition Awards winners were acknowledged.

Candidates for Bentley’s Be Inspired Special Recognition Awards were selected by the jurors from the top finalist projects as well as other exemplary nominations. This selection was based on the projects’ uniquely innovative and visionary achievements that transcend the narrower focus of the standing Be Inspired Awards categories. The nominees were then reviewed by a panel of Bentley executives, who evaluated them based on the criteria established for each award.

Bentley Systems CEO Greg Bentley said, “While our goal is advancing infrastructure, we can only accomplish it through the vision, talent, and dedication of the architects, engineers, constructors, and operations professionals who creatively apply our technology in pursuit of effective strategies for achieving new levels of project and/or infrastructure asset performance. I applaud all of the project nominees in this year’s awards program for their contributions to improving quality of life around the globe.”

The Be Inspired Special Recognition Awards winners for 2015 are as follows:

Advancing Collaborative BIM
• Morphosis Architects – Bill & Melinda Gates Hall – (Ithaca, New York, United States)

Advancing Comprehensive BIM “Playbooks”
• Hatch Ltd – Keeyask Hydroelectric Generating Station Project – (Nelson River, Manitoba, Canada)

Advancing Construction Modeling
• Jacobs – NAG Project – (Baytown, Texas, United States)

Advancing Information Mobility in Operations
• Western Power Distribution – EMU for iPad – (Exeter, United Kingdom)

Advancing Integrated Projects
• HDR – Union Station to Oak Cliff Streetcar TIGER Design-Build Project – (Dallas, Texas, United States)

The Be Inspired Awardswinners for 2015 are as follows:

Innovation in Asset Performance Management
• SA Water – Predictive and Operational Analytics Tools, Adelaide Metro Water Distribution Network – (Adelaide, South Australia, Australia)
Innovation in Bridges
• LCW Consult– The Ceira River Bridge– (Coimbra, Coimbra District, Portugal)
Innovation in Building
• Robin Partington and Partners – One Merchant Square – (London, United Kingdom)
Innovation in Construction
• Vic’s Crane & Heavy Haul, Inc. – Unit 25 Project – (Rosemount, Minnesota, United States)
Innovation in Government
• Singapore Land Authority – Mapping Singapore in 3D – (Singapore)
Innovation in Land Development
• Tata Consulting Engineers Ltd. – Detailed Design of Utility Infrastructure – (Dharampur, Gujarat, India)
Innovation in Megaprojects
• AECOM – E4 Stockholm Bypass FSK02 Rock Tunnels Design Contract – (Stockholm, Sweden)
Innovation in Mining
• Tetra Tech Proteus – Kvanefjeld Rare Earth: Uranium Project – (Narsaq, Kujalleq, Greenland)
Innovation in Offshore
• Keystone Engineering Inc. – Block Island Wind Farm – (Block Island, Rhode Island, United States)
Innovation in Power Generation
• MWH Global – Tyseley Resource Recovery Centre – (Birmingham, West Midland, United Kingdom)
Innovation in Process Manufacturing
• Giprotyumenneftegaz – Preliminary Water Removal Unit: North Vankor Field – (Igarka, Krasnoyarsk Territory,Russia)
Innovation in Project Delivery
• AECOM – Global Project Collaboration in a Design-build-finance-operate (DBFO) World– (Global)
Innovation in Rail and Transit
• London Underground Ltd – Bond Street to Baker Street Tunnel Remediation Project – (London, United Kingdom)
Innovation in Roads
• Grontmij – A6 to Manchester Relief Road– (Stockport, Manchester and Cheshire, United Kingdom)
Innovation in Structures
• Stanley D. Lindsey and Associates, Ltd. – SkyHouse Apartments – (Denver, Colorado; Atlanta, Georgia;Orlando and Tampa, Florida; Charlotte and Raleigh, North Carolina; Nashville, Tennessee; Austin, Houston, and Dallas, Texas, United States)
Innovation in Utilities and Communications
• Pacific Gas and Electric Company – Engineering Contractor Collaboration Solution Using ProjectWise and Bentley Substation – (San Ramon, California, United States)
Innovation in Water Network Analysis
• Prolagos/Aegea – Water Master Plan for the Região dos Lagos – (Região dos Lagos, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)
Innovation in Water Treatment Plants
• Aqua+ – Complex Scheduling and Automatic Water Quality Monitoring of Groundwater – (Khabarovsk, Far East Federal District, Russia)

 

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