News Alert: Bentley announces finalists in 2010 be inspired awards competition

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Source: Bentley Systems Incorporated

Bentley Systems, Incorporated, the leading company dedicated to providing comprehensive software solutions for the infrastructure that sustains our world, today announced the finalists in the 2010 Be Inspired Awards competition. The awards honor the extraordinary work of Bentley users improving and sustaining the world’s infrastructure. The winners will be announced at the invitation-only Be Inspired: Thought Leadership in Infrastructure event taking place Oct. 19-20, 2010, in Amsterdam, Netherlands.

“Recognition of the Be Inspired Awards program – now in its seventh year – continues to grow around the world, both within and outside of the infrastructure community,” Bentley COO Malcolm Walter said. “This year’s competition saw a record number of nominations, with close to 325 projects being submitted by 249 organizations in 45 countries. Our prestigious panel of independent jurors worked hard to narrow down this field of spectacular project achievements to the top 56. Each exemplifies innovation in infrastructure design, construction, and/or operations and will be highlighted in our award-winning Year in Infrastructure publication being issued later this year.”

The Be Inspired Awards finalists for 2010 are as follows:

Communicating Through Visualization

  • A02-Architecture Office – Cultural Centre Zlin – Zlin, Czech Republic
  • AAPROG architecten bvba – Entrance Hall, Saint Joseph Clinic – Bornem, Belgium
  • Woodside Energy Ltd. – Visualisation – Burrup Peninsula, Australia

Connecting Project Teams

  • Crossrail Limited – Crossrail – London, U.K.
  • Scott Wilson Group plc – Crossrail Farringdon Station – London, U.K.
  • Scott Wilson Group plc – East London Line – London, U.K.

Innovation in Bridges

  • Atkins – Penang Bridge Stay Replacement – Penang, Malaysia
  • High-Point Rendel – Third Karnaphuli Bridge – Chittagong, Bangladesh
  • T.Y. Lin International – Harbor Drive Pedestrian Bridge – San Diego, Calif., U.S.

Innovation in Building

  • Atlas Industries – Namibian Hydrological Centre of Excellence – Western Coast, Namibia
  • Henning Larsen Architects – Crystal Towers – Riyad, Saudi Arabia
  • McCauley Daye O’Connell Architects Ltd – Grand Canal Urban Development – Dublin, Ireland

Innovation in Campuses, Airports, and Military Installations

  • Garver, LLC – Runway 2L-20R Reconstruction – Nashville, Tenn., U.S.
  • Sitech Services B.V. – Sustainable Site Operation With SiteView – Geleen, Netherlands
  • Zaha Hadid Architects – Stone Towers – Cairo, Egypt

Innovation in Communications Networks

  • Precision Contracting Services, Inc. – Asset Management for Operation and Maintenance of Intelligent Transportation Systems – Broward County, Fla., U.S.
  • Telefónica O2 Czech Republic, a.s. – XFM Moves Maps to Integrated
    GIS – Praha, Czech Republic

Innovation in Construction

  • Land Transport Authority – Boon Lay Extension (MRT Line) – Singapore
  • New York State Department of Transportation – I-87 Exit 6 Single-Point Urban Interchange – Albany, N.Y., U.S.
  • PT McDermott Indonesia – Cuu Long Su Tu Vang Project – Mekong Basin, Vietnam

Innovation in Generative Design

  • BDP – Design Optimization of Complex Roofs – Wuxi and Beijing, China
  • Henning Larsen Architects – Villas in the Sky – Riyadh, Central Province, Saudi Arabia
  • Morphosis Architects, Inc. – 41 Cooper Square – New York, N.Y., U.S.

Innovation in Geotechnical and Geoenvironmental Engineering

  • Orion Engineering Inc. – Going-to-the-Sun Road – Glacier National Park, Montana, U.S.
  • State Geological Institute of Dionyz Stur – Rhyolite Volcanism 3D Geological Maps – Spiska Nova Ves, Slovakia
  • Technital S.p.A. – Project Financing Vado Ligure Platform – Vado Ligure, Italy

Innovation in Government

  • GeoSite.dk – GIS4Mobile - Connect Online Mobile Device – Faaborg-Midtfyn, Denmark
  • Odense Kommune – On-the-Fly 3D City and Urban Modeling – Odense, Denmark
  • Tvilum Landinspektørfirma A/S – WFS Booster – Hillerød, Denmark

Innovation in Metals and Mining

  • Aurecon Hatch – Wiggins Island Coal Terminal – Gladstone, Australia
  • Bechtel Australia – Y2 – Gladstone, Australia
  • PDC Consultants – Brockman Syncline No. 4 Project – Pilbara, Australia

Innovation in Power Generation

  • ECIDI – Pumped Storage Power Station – Shanghai, China
  • Engevix Engenharia S.A. – Hydro Power Plant São Domingos – Agua Clara, Brazil
  • ESI Inc. of Tennessee – Department of Energy - Biomass Cogeneration Facility – Aiken, S.C., U.S.

Innovation in Process Manufacturing

  • Grontmij Industry – Fully Automatic Production Unit for Sika – Zwijndrecht, Belgium
  • GS Engineering & Construction Corp. – Ruwais Refinery – Ruwais, United Arab Emirates
  • Royal Haskoning Industrial Engineering – Vopak Tank Terminal Expansion Project – Rotterdam, Netherlands

Innovation in Rail and Transit

  • AECOM – Neasden Depot Upgrade Project – London, U.K.
  • Mott MacDonald Limited – Victoria Station Upgrade Project – London, U.K.
  • SREI Infrastructure Finance Limited – Lucknow Metro - Alignment Design – Lucknow, India

Innovation in Roads

  • Aurecon – SH18 Hobsonville Deviation – Auckland, New Zealand
  • Parsons Brinckerhoff Australia – Gallipoli Underpass – Adelaide, Australia
  • Scott Wilson Group plc – A46 Newark to Widmerpool – Newark, U.K.

Innovation in Structural Engineering

  • Arup Singapore Pte Ltd – Marina Bay Sands Integrated Resort – Singapore
  • MSN Prestressed Concrete – Lootah Office Towers, MotorCity – Dubai, United Arab Emirates
  • Y&V Ingeniería y Construcción C.A. – EPC - Sulphuric Acid Plant – Moron, Venezuela

Innovation in Utility Transmission and Distribution Networks

  • Central Southern China Electric Power Design Institute – Jiangxia 500 kV Transformer Substation – Wuhan, China
  • imp GmbH – Reliable Point Cloud Modeling of Substations – Essen, Germany
  • State Nuclear Electric Power Planning Design & Research Institute – The Innovation of Transformer Substation – Qingdao, China

Innovation in Water and Wastewater Treatment Plants

  • Carollo Engineers – Ak-Chin Indian Community Water Reclamation Facility – Maricopa, Ariz., U.S.
  • Carollo Engineers – Denver Metro Wastewater Reclamation District – Denver, Colo., U.S.
  • MWH Global, Inc. – Brighton and Hove Water and Wastewater Treatment Plant – Brighton, U.K.

Innovation in Water, Wastewater, and Stormwater Networks

  • Arizona American Water – AguaFria Water Distribution System Optimization – Phoenix, Ariz., U.S.
  • CH2M HILL – Real-Time Energy Optimization Implementation –
    Buford, Ga., U.S.
  • Westernport Water – Integration of SCADA Data in Model Calibration – Newhaven, Australia

About Be Inspired: Thought Leadership in Infrastructure

The world’s leading practitioners will gather at Bentley’s premier thought leadership and networking event October 19-20, 2010, in Amsterdam, Netherlands. They will share the best practices behind the successful realization of their current projects and explore new ways to respond to the challenges driving today’s business.

This intimate, invitation-only event will feature presentations by the Be Inspired Awards finalists as well as executive roundtables focusing on critical issues in business, technology, and practice facing infrastructure professionals around the world. It will culminate with an awards ceremony recognizing outstanding achievement and innovation in infrastructure design, construction, and operations.

This annual event provides a unique forum for senior-level executives to learn about the innovations driving the development and operations of the world’s top infrastructure projects. It also enables them to engage industry leaders in interactive discussions on topics of utmost importance to the business of sustaining infrastructure. For additional information about the Be Inspired: Thought Leadership in Infrastructure event, visit www.bentley.com/BeInspired.

About Bentley Systems, Incorporated

Bentley is the global leader dedicated to providing architects, engineers, constructors, and owner-operators with comprehensive software solutions for sustaining infrastructure. Founded in 1984, Bentley has nearly 3,000 colleagues in more than 45 countries, $500 million in annual revenues, and, since 1999, has invested more than $1 billion in research, development, and acquisitions.

For additional information about Bentley, visit www.bentley.com. To view Bentley’s May 2010 Annual Report, visit www.bentley.com/annualreport. To subscribe to an RSS feed of Bentley press releases and news alerts, visit www.bentley.com/rss/news. To view a searchable collection of innovative infrastructure projects from the annual Be Inspired Awards, visit www.bentley.com/yearininfrastructure. For information about Be Communities, a professional networking site that enables members of the infrastructure community to connect, communicate, and learn from each other, visit http://communities.bentley.com.

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