WGI is celebrating EWeek 2020 by honoring all of our dedicated engineers, and engineers around the world that have made a positive contribution to our profession.
3D Bridge Modeling: a Case Study
Every year, the FES | ACEC-FL Annual Conference brings together the state of Florida’s top transportation professionals to meet and take part in educational sessions, awards, and networking opportunities.
As the conference pivoted to an online webinar format this year, WGI’s Kali McNeile and David Lutz still had the opportunity to present their 3D Bridge Modeling Case Study to transportation professionals across the state of Florida. Their presentation offered participants a live demonstration on how WGI’s engineers utilize Bentley’s Open Bridge Modeler software to streamline the design and collaboration process on major projects across the state.
The software integrates with other design software to help designers and engineers quickly and accurately perform design, analysis, and modeling tasks – ultimately improving the final deliverables for the owner.
You can watch the full 2020 ACEC-FL Annual Conference Webinar Series presentation on 3D Bridge Modeling, a Case Study below.
WGI is an organization loaded with young talented professionals like David and Kali that leverage the latest technology to ensure our projects are efficient and accurate.
Contact our Transportation Engineering and design team today and let’s discuss how we can make your next project an award-winner.
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