Bentley Webcasts

Civil + Structural Engineer Webcast Series consist of sponsored, online presentations about timely topics affecting the audience's industry. Take part in a unique opportunity to earn free continuing education credit by viewing these synchronized visual and audio presentations streamed over the Internet. These online events may provide interactive features such as desktop presentations for product demonstration, and interactive real-time polling, surveys, and a question and answer tool.

Instructions for Live Webcasts:

After registering for the event, you will receive an email with a URL link to join the presentation at the specified date and time. Log in at the specified time, view the entire presentation, and download a Certificate of Completion at the end of the presentation. The certificate of attendance is for 1.0 professional development hour (equivalent to 0.1 continuing education unit in most states.)

Instructions for Archived Webcasts:

To earn credit for an archived webcast, you must register to view the on-demand event and complete the supplied quiz after viewing the presentation. If you answer at least 80 percent of the questions correctly, you can immediately download a certificate of completion and will be awarded 1.0 professional development hour (equivalent to 0.1 continuing education unit in most states.)

http://continuingeducation.zweiggroup.com/cecontent/image/AIA%20Logo.jpgZweig Group is an Approved Provider through the American Institute of Architects / Continuing Education System (AIA/CES). Provider number: J317.
 

The Value Of Intelligent 3D Bridge BIM In Transportation Projects

Airing on Tuesday, October 11, 2016 at 12pm CT

Using intelligent 3D BIM processes and technology in bridge projects enhances communication among project stakeholders, increases productivity, improves safety, reduces time and cuts costs. BIM processes provide increased effective collaboration, which drives enhanced decision making. By using integrated technology tools and processes that enable 3D Bridge BIM design and construction to be optimized, costs can be reduced, schedules shortened, rework minimized, and productivity, quality and safety enhanced. 3D models help identify conflicts and resolve them virtually before they’re encountered on the job site, and allows project teams to better control risk by enhancing agility through the virtual process. Join this webcast to learn from industry experts!

Bringing the Civil Engineering Office to the Field

Aired on Tuesday, August 2, 2016 at 12pm CT

Join this webcast to learn about OpenRoads Navigator CONNECT Edition, an innovative application that provides civil and transportation professionals an easy-to-use, dynamic product for quick access to civil design information in the field. OpenRoads Navigator, available on iOS, Android, and Windows, supports teams working better together to speed approvals and resolve issues during design, construction, and operations. Field workers can use the app to combine design elements with pay item tracking for field inspection. New redline tools provide a full-circle workflow with the ability to create i-models, add redlines in the field, send back to the office, and overlay on top of the original model. The application integrates with ProjectWise to support collaboration with all team members for faster resolution of issues in the field. The result is saving time, reducing errors, and making better decisions with real-time project information.

  

Evaluating Design and Detailing Software for Reinforced Concrete Projects

Aired on Tuesday, July 26, 2016 at 12pm CT

The arrival of stable and dependable software for reinforced concrete projects is long overdue but the good news is that it is finally here. Find out what you should look for when choosing BIM software for reinforced concrete projects. What are the fundamental capabilities and features that will make your next project profitable?

  

Differentiate Your Firm Or Organization With Optimized Designs, Lower Costs, And Lower Risks

Aired on Thursday, April 28, 2016 at 12pm CT

Join the webcast to see how you can increase design productivity, identify potential high-risk items, and minimize project development costs. OpenRoads ConceptStation combines engineering drawing tools and associated costs to facilitate better decision making in the preliminary design phase. Engineers and designers can evaluate more options during the planning and pre-bid stage of the project to help differentiate your firm from the others.

  

Reduce Design Time and Make Better Decisions in Conceptual Phase 

AIRED ON THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 2016 AT 12PM CT

Join the webinar to learn how OpenRoads ConceptStation helps rapidly create and analyze the feasibility of multiple alternatives in the conceptual design phase. Make better decisions at the beginning of the project by identifying high-cost and high-risk items. Quickly create layouts with associated project costs, choose the best option, and then move that 3D model forward in the detailed design phase.

  

CONNECT Edition of SITEOPS Advances Site Design Project Collaboration

AIRING ON THURSDAY, JANUARY 21, 2016 AT 12PM CT

Join the webcast to learn about the new CONNECT Edition release of SITEOPS software for conceptual site design featuring integration with Bentley Cloud Services. The CONNECT Edition provides a common environment for comprehensive project delivery and connects users, projects, and enterprises. SITEOPS is a powerful differentiator for site design and land development firms providing optimized site designs that include budget, grading plan, and stunning 3D models. Using SITEOPS, engineers simply upload a digital terrain model of the proposed site and enter design requirements such as building footprints, parking requirements, setbacks, roadway parameters, and other constraints.

  

BIM Advancements For Better-Performing Infrastructure Assets

AIRED ON TUESDAY, DECEMBER 15, 2015 AT 12PM CT

Join the webcast to learn why civil and transportation engineers, contractors, government and owner-operators depend on Bentley Systems’ OpenRoads to meet today’s design, construction and operations challenges. OpenRoads products help users work more productively, collaborate globally and deliver better-performing infrastructure assets.

OpenRoads allows civil project teams to accelerate design, produce intelligent 3D models that enable construction-driven engineering, share information across project teams and facilitate project delivery.

  

Collaboration and Design Information in the Field 

AIRED ON THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 2015 AT 12PM CT

Join this webcast to learn about Bentley Systems’ new OpenRoads Navigator App that provides civil and transportation professionals an easy-to-use, dynamic app for quick access to civil design information in the field.  OpenRoads Navigator App supports teams working better together to speed approvals and resolve issues during design, construction, and operations. Field workers can use the app to combine design elements with pay item tracking for field inspection. The app integrates with ProjectWise to support collaboration with all team members for faster resolution of issues in the field. The result is better decisions throughout the life cycle of a project.

  

Deliver Better Results – Applying Cloud Computing To Structural Optioneering 

AIRED ON THURSDAY, OCTOBER 22, 2015 AT 12PM CT

Owners are demanding not just lower cost of construction, but a more holistic long-term reduction in cost of ownership from their assets. For engineers this means evaluating many more alternatives and considering the impact of their design on construction and operating costs. Join this technical overview to learn about how new cloud services that enable rapid consideration and comparison of multiple alternatives help you advise owners on the tradeoffs to consider during the conceptual design phase.  

Discover how you can leverage the Microsoft Azure cloud to process the analysis of many model variants, for one or more analytical disciplines. Easily define, submit, and manage the range of alternatives to be explored and their results, allowing you to quickly deliver better choices to owners.

  

Unite Your Team for Better Performance

AIRED ON TUESDAY, OCTOBER 6, 2015 AT 12PM CT

Projects today require a significant amount of data to satisfy complex regulatory requirements. It is essential to remove barriers to collaboration in order for project teams to deliver accurate engineering information and contractual documents throughout the project life cycle.

Join this technical overview to learn how new ProjectWise cloud services can help you improve team collaboration, simplify contractual communications, resolve issues, and mitigate risk. Discover how to leverage cloud technology to share relevant data securely with owners, managers, and all stakeholders, enabling you to reduce downtime, streamline work processes, and increase accountability.

Innovations In Seismic Design of Industrial Structures and Piping – Post Fukushima 2011

AIRED ON TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 2015 AT 12PM CT

The Fukushima disaster in 2011 exposed plant structures and piping to unprecedented levels of seismic activity, providing many lessons for the future.  In response, engineers have been updating seismic design requirements and brownfield structural integrity evaluations utilizing new techniques to protect and extend the life of current structures and piping systems.

Learn how engineers updating these requirements are using integrated structural and piping models to ensure a safer design against more stringent seismic criteria. Discover how to use new tools such as laser scanning to quickly evaluate aging plant assets, assess plant integrity, and identify optimal operation and maintenance investments to extend the plant life cycle.

  

Transportation Reality Modeling Using Digital Photographs

AIRED ON TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 2015 AT 12PM CT

Reality modeling is the process of acquiring and managing digital information taken from your physical assets, whether through laser point cloud scanning and capture, digital images, aerial photos or video. You can then utilize this information to design, analyze or run 3D clash detection in-context with your 3D models to support your as-built layout and design workflows or capture as-built or as-operated conditions of your physical assets.

This webcast will focus on Bentley’s Acute3D technology for creating 3D models for use in transportation projects and how Reality Modeling can be integrated into your existing workflows using Bentley’s OpenRoads technology for InRoads and GEOPAK.

   

Land Planning Case Study: Manhard Consulting Uses SITEOPS for Site Optimization

AIRED ON TUESDAY, AUGUST 25, 2015 AT 12PM CT

Learn how Manhard Consulting ensures they develop balanced, cost-effective and technically sound plans for their retail, industrial, residential and educational clients. Manhard Consulting, an ENR Top 500 firm, is a full-service civil engineering and surveying firm that serves public and private clients nationwide. The land planners and engineers at Manhard use SITEOPS as the foundation to their site layout workflow. The firm depends on the software’s grading and 3D modeling tools to help produce optimized site plans based on grading plans, cut and fill estimates, and takeoff budgets. Using SITEOPS as their competitive advantage, Manhard combines site optimization with earthworks savings to create the best and most cost-effective design possible for their clients.

   

Arora and Associates, P.C., Innovation in Project Information Management

AIRED ON MONDAY, AUGUST 10, 2015 AT 12PM CT

Arora and Associates is a team of dedicated professionals providing quality engineering services to improve infrastructure and to meet clients’ goals. As a mid-sized engineering firm, they wanted a project information management solution that could support regionally dispersed teams with no IT infrastructure costs. Arora selected ProjectWise Essentials to have all data and documents electronically stored, making it easier to share files in real time with their project team and clients.

  

Improving seismic resilience — Introducing the U.S. Resiliency Council approach

AIRED ON TUESDAY, JUNE 23, 2015 AT 12PM CT

The fitness of our infrastructure can no longer be measured in how well it can take the punch of an earthquake, rather in how quickly it can recover after the fight. You don’t need to look much further than Haiti 2010, Christchurch 2011, and more recently Nepal 2015 to see the socioeconomic impact of ignoring resiliency. As in Christchurch, even though the codes and construction performed as expected to achieve life safety goals, it was not enough to achieve resiliency.

Join us to learn how your role as an engineer is changing in seismic disaster preparedness.  Through the U.S. Resiliency Council’s approach, engineers can now actively help to inform and educate owners, tenants, lenders and governments of their buildings expected resiliency to seismic events.  Modeled after the U.S. Green Buildings Council’s LEED® rating system, the USRC helps communities understand the vulnerability of our built environment through education, certification of engineers and credible evaluation of expected building performance.

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