Bentley Systems is offering new technology user sessions at Ecobuild America in Washington, D.C. on Dec. 5-9, 2011. As part of Ecobuild’s Conference Within a Conference series,the Tech Users Sessions will run throughout event.
CENTERVILLE, Mass. - Bentley Systems is offering new technology user sessions at Ecobuild America in Washington, D.C. on Dec. 5-9, 2011.
As part of Ecobuild’s Conference Within a Conference series,the Tech Users Sessions will run throughout event.
“Our government in DC is investing heavily in infrastructure across America,” said Huw Roberts, AIA-Global Marketing Director, Bentley Systems. “At Ecobuild America, Bentley will be presenting several highly informative conference sessions on how our information modeling software, for all disciplines and infrastructure types, can help users best benefit from and participate in that investment.”
The educational sessions are oriented towards current and prospective users of Bentley software systems, and help practitioners quickly gain insight on how Bentley software provides a competitive advantage on today’s AEC projects - by increasing productivity, reducing cost and risk, and improving quality.
The sessions include the following specialty topic areas:
- Sustainable Parametric Design
- Environmentally Sustainable Design: Going from Green to Truly High-Performance
- BIM to SIM
- Big BIM-Connecting Project Teams
- Information Modeling in Transportation and Site Design
- Inspiring Project Case Studies-Sustaining Infrastructure.
“The goal of practitioners today,” said Roberts, “is to deliver high- performance buildings, small and large, on schedule, within budget, and error free. Bentley’s products provide an informed work environment to support the design and documentation process throughout all phases of the project lifecycle–from conceptual design and construction documentation to project coordination and construction.”
For more information, visitwww.aececobuild.com/sessions-2011/detail/bentley-technology-user-sessions.
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