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Infrastructure Projects in Europe, Middle East, and Africa Named as Finalists in Bentley Systems’ 2023 Going Digital Awards in Infrastructure

By Eric Van Rees - 2nd October 2023 - 06:23

Bentley Systems, the infrastructure engineering software company, has announced several projects from Europe, Middle East, and Africa as finalists in Bentley’s 2023 Going Digital Awards in Infrastructure.

The annual awards program honors the extraordinary 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 organizations from 51 countries.

Representatives from the finalists’ organizations 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.

Some of the Europe, Middle East, and Africa projects named as finalists for the 2023 Going Digital Awards are:


Bruggen en Straten Oranje Loper
Dura Vermeer Infra Landelijke Projecten, Mobilis, Gemeente Amsterdam – Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, Netherlands

The city of Amsterdam chose these organizations to renovate 2.5 kilometers of road and tram track, including nine monumental bridges. They selected SYNCHRO to visualize project progress, which helped streamline communication and change management, resulting in savings of 800 resource hours for a single bridge. The digital construction solution identified 25 risks, which helped accelerate execution and improve safety.

New Everton Stadium Project (image)
Laing O’Rourke – Liverpool, Merseyside, United Kingdom

The new home of Everton F.C. in the Premier League is being built on an existing dock on the River Mersey, where the design team faced tight logistical confinements that necessitated complicated off-site prefabrication works. Laing O’Rourke used SYNCHRO to improve communication and planning during the development of the 52,888-seat football stadium. The 4D model was fundamental to the team’s collaboration, enabling multiple disciplines to work together to submit the project ahead of schedule and within budget.

Read More: 3D Modelling Architecture, Engineering & Construction (AEC)

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