Category: NASCC: The Steel Conference

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Software Interoperability Leads to Engineering Productivity

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The V1 Video team interviewed Anne Marie Garko-Hill, Technical Manger, Analytical Modeling Unit, Bentley Systems, at the 2016 NASCC: The Steel Conference, held April 13-15 in Orlando, Fla. She discusses engineers' desire for maximum productivity, Bentley Systems' affinity for developers with design experience, the benefits of Bentley software for its users, and how interoperability leads to greater productivity.

OpenBridge Modeler Saves Time, Money throughout Lifecycle

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The V1 Video team interviewed Alexander Mabrich, Senior Engineering Consultant with Bentley Systems, at the 2016 NASCC: The Steel Conference, held April 13-15 in Orlando, Fla. He discusses the gap between concept and design in bridge construction, Bentley's OpenBridge Modeler product and how it can help throughout the process, and how a model can continue to be used after construction in maintenance and rehabilitation.

The Challenges and Benefits of Interoperability

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The V1 Video team interviewed Allen Adams, Senior Structural Engineer, RAM Group, Bentley Systems, at the 2016 NASCC: The Steel Conference, held April 13-15 in Orlando, Fla. He discusses the major challenges of interoperability in the infrastructure industry, Bentley Systems' approach to these difficulties, what it looks like when data isn't open to others within an organization, and how Bentley software saves its clients time and money.

Structural Engineering of Chicago’s 150 N. Riverside Building

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The V1 Video team interviewed Robert Chmielowski, Structural Engineer and Principal at Magnusson Klemencic Associates (MKA), at the 2016 NASCC: The Steel Conference, held April 13-15 in Orlando, Fla. He discusses the complexities of the unique building being developed at 150 N. Riverside along the Chicago River, which include the site's strong and narrow core, the steel used to make it possible, and the software used to design and analyze the building.