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Design and Evaluate Viable Roadway Design Alternatives in Less Time

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Design and Evaluate Viable Roadway Design Alternatives in Less Time

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Duration:60 minutes

Abstract

NOW AVAILABLE ON DEMAND

Originally aired May 31, 2017

Summary: Join the webcast to see how you, other project team members, and clients can work through and evaluate multiple viable alternatives quicker than ever before. OpenRoads ConceptStation allows users of all backgrounds to efficiently and rapidly sketch out roadway designs, which will not only return immediate cost feedback, but also render in a real-time immersive environment. You can also include your project’s real-world existing conditions and true traffic simulations to help facilitate better communication and decision making in working towards your optimal design. Planners, engineers, designers, managers, and even contractors can all now evaluate more options during their respective (planning, preliminary design, and pre-bid) phases of the project. Learning Objectives
  • How (and why) to attach a Reality Model for 3D context while designing
  • How to efficiently lay out, analyze (seeing immediate financial implications) and adjust 3D engineered roadway designs
  • How to integrate best-in-class (microsimulation) traffic modeling
  • How real-time rendering enlivens your design with immersive visualization that is aesthetically pleasing yet engineering correct
Who Should Attend: Civil and Structural Engineers, Architects, DOT’s, Project Managers, City Planners, Public Works Officials, Consulting Engineers, Design Professionals, Contractors and Transportation Officials

Learning Objectives

  1. How (and why) to attach a Reality Model for 3D context while designing.
  2. How to efficiently lay out, analyze (seeing immediate financial implications) and adjust 3D engineered roadway designs.
  3. How to integrate best-in-class (microsimulation) traffic modeling.
  4. How real-time rendering enlivens your design with immersive visualization that is aesthetically pleasing yet engineering correct.

Who Should Attend

Civil and Structural Engineers, Architects, DOT's, Project Managers, City Planners, Public Works Officials, Consulting Engineers, Design Professionals, Contractors and Transportation Officials.

Speakers

Jason Harkless, PE

Senior Product Manager, Civil and Transportation Bentley Systems Prior to joining Bentley in June 2016, Jason spent the previous 20 years utilizing Bentley products, working for various consultants as a registered Civil Engineer in the transportation sector. His experience has touched virtually every type of roadway project possible (from widening to major reconstruction of a 5 level, system-system interchange) during multiple stages of design (environment assessments to planning studies to traditional design and finally on design-build) in not only nearly a quarter of the US but also internationally.

Joey LouAllen, PE

Product Marketing Manager Bentley’s Civil Design Solutions Joey LouAllen, P.E., earned an engineering degree from the University of Alabama in Huntsville. For the past 17 years, Joey has worked with Bentley’s civil design products both as an engineering consultant and as a Bentley colleague. Joey’s previous experience includes working as a civil engineer and partner at an engineering consulting firm where he focused on private development, municipal projects, and state-level projects. The remainder of that time has been spent with Bentley Systems supporting the civil products as a technical support analyst, application engineer, and learning consultant. LouAllen is currently the Senior Product Marketing Manager for Bentley’s Civil Design solutions.
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