Year in Infrastructure 2015 Conference

By on 21 April, 2015

Year in Infrastructure 2015

Registration is now open for the Year in Infrastructure 2015 Conference, being held 3-5 November in London, UK, by software company Bentley Systems. The global gathering of professionals in infrastructure design, construction and operations features a series of presentations and workshops that explore the intersection of technology and business drivers, and how they are shaping the future of infrastructure delivery and investment returns.

The Year in Infrastructure 2015 Conference will include:

  • Executive Summits for C-level executives (available by invitation only)
  • The Project Delivery Summit
  • The Infrastructure Asset Performance Summit
  • The Building Forum
  • The Rail and Road Forum
  • The Oil, Gas, Chemical, and Mining Forum
  • The Utilities Forum
  • The Visions for the Future Forum
  • The Be Inspired Awards

There will also be a pre-conference media day, a, invitation-only briefing of over 100 members of leading international online and print media outlets on key business and technology trends in the design, construction and operations of infrastructure.

The Be Inspired Awards showcases projects that took used Bentley’s Building Information Modelling (BIM) software to enhance both project and asset performance. Nominations for the awards close May 31.

Name: The Year in Infrastructure 2015 Conference

Time: TBA

Date: 3-5 November 2015

Venue: Hilton London Metropole

Address: London, UK

Cost: GBP 100

Event Website:

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