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PLAXIS 3D performs three-dimensional analysis of deformation, soil-structure interaction, and stability in geotechnical engineering and rock mechanics. Image courtesy of Plaxis
BIM News

Bentley Systems acquires Plaxis and SoilVision to integrate Geotechnical Engineering within digital workflows

Bentley Systems announced the acquisition of Plaxis, the leading provider of geotechnical software, based in Delft, Netherlands, and the agreement to acquire soil engineering software provider SoilVision, based in Saskatchewan, Canada.

Gaoligong Mountain Rail Tunnel under construction in August 2017.
Analysis

Application of BIM strategy for China’s Dali to Ruili Railway project

Using Bentley software, the engineering team assigned to China’s 205-mile Dali-Ruili Railway utilized comprehensive BIM (Building Information Modeling) strategy for design work involving all disciplines.

BIM News

Bentley Systems issues call for submissions to the Year in Infrastructure 2018 Awards

Bentley Systems, Incorporated, a leading global provider of comprehensive software solutions for advancing infrastructure, today announced its call for submissions to the Year in Infrastructure 2018 Awards program.

BIM News

Graphisoft spearheads Irish construction industry move with new BIM software partnership

As the Irish Government sets out its strategy for Building Information Modelling (BIM) to be used in the design, construction and operation of all public building projects, BIM software developer Graphisoft is boosting its presence ...

Reviews

Bentley Systems Combines Its Three Road Design Products into One

At the Year in Infrastructure 2015 conference, Bentley Systems announced its OpenRoads CONNECT Edition software. Until now, OpenRoads has been a technology that Bentley has been incorporating into the current line of civil products—InRoads, GEOPAK ...

Interviews

Interview: Malcolm Walter, COO Bentley Systems on the future of BIM

Software specialist Bentley Systems holds its annual Year in Infrastructure conference next week having just launched its new Connect Edition software suite which it believes will help move the industry beyond BIM.