Four Australian projects chosen as ‘Year in Infrastructure’ finalists

By on 14 August, 2019

Winners of the 2018 Year in Infrastructure awards.

Winners to be chosen and announced at the 2019 Bentley Infrastructure Year Conference, taking place from October 21-24, in Singapore.

As ever, Bentley’s annual ‘Year in Infrastructure’ awards recognises exemplary work done by Bentley software users in the field of construction, operations, and infrastructure design worldwide.

For the 2019 series, a total of 54 candidates were chosen for the final round, from a pool of 571 nominations presented by more than 440 organisations in 60 nations. The decisions were made by 12 autonomous jury boards of subject matter experts.

Australian nominees GHD, Johnson Pilton Walker, Engenium, and Main Roads Western Australia.

Chris Barron, Bentley Systems’ chief communications officer, said, “We are pleased to congratulate and celebrate this year’s awards program finalists for their excellent work using Bentley technology, and to provide conference attendees with opportunities to meet the finalists and watch their project presentations, which represent truly outstanding going digital advancements in infrastructure.”

The finalists for Year in Infrastructure 2019 Awards for going digital advancements in infrastructure include four Australian projects. These are:

Buildings and Campuses

Johnson Pilton Walker – 6 & 8 Parramatta Square – Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

Mining and Offshore Engineering

Engenium – Iron Ore Magnetic Separator Plant – Pilbara, Western Australia, Australia

Project Delivery

GHD – Enterprise Automation to create a CDE for every project – Brisbane, Queensland, Australia

Road and Rail Asset Performance

Main Roads Western Australia – Trafficmap Release Two – Perth, Western Australia, Australia

It’ll be interesting to see which of the 2019 finalists will take an award home from Singapore this year.

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