Nominations open for Year In Infrastructure 2019

By on 12 March, 2019

Winners of the 2018 Year in Infrastructure awards.

Bentley Systems has called for nominations for its annual Year In Infrastructure awards program, open until April 30.

A key event on the BIM calendar, Bentley’s Year In Infrastructure (YII) awards are a core component of its annual conference of the same name, with the 2019 event taking place in Singapore from October 21 through 24.

The awards are open to users of Bentley software, aimed at recognising ‘infrastructure projects for digital innovations that improve project delivery and/or asset performance.’

The awards are judged by an independent industry panel, and the theme for this year’s event is Advancing BIM through Digital Twins,  building on the 2018 conference theme that saw Bentley taking aim at fully featured, operational digital twins for major industrial infrastructure assets.

Nominations are called for across 17 infrastructure categories, as well as three special recognition categories. Find out more at the YII website, nominations are open until April 30.

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