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Modjeski and Masters, Inc. uses Bentley’s integrated bridge design software to quickly and efficiently redesign the Huey P. Long Bridge, widening the lanes and adding four new approaches, with minimal traffic disruption and economic impact on the community.
HDR used Bentley BIM advancements to create an as-designed 3D model of new New York Bridge over the Hudson River.
Using Bentley software, LCW designs a cantilever bridge over the Ceira River, reducing design time by 25 percent and labor costs by approximately EUR 52,000.
GS Engineering & Construction used Bentley’s bridge software to optimize the design of a USD 290 million cable-stayed bridge.
Armando Rito Engenharia designed a modern, visually appealing cable-stayed bridge, drastically reducing travel time across the Catumbela River and serving as a symbol of peace and independence for the Angolan people.
As part of Louisiana’s I-49 North project, Finley Engineering Group, Inc. used Bentley software to design three precast segmental bridges simultaneously in less than a year, minimizing project delivery costs.
E&R Engineering Consultants used RM Bridge to optimize the design of Vietnam’s 58-kilometer Ben Luc-Long Thanh Expressway minimizing construction costs on the country’s largest transportation project to date.
LCW Consult, SA uses Bentley’s bridge software to design a 3-kilometer, pre-stressed concrete viaduct with high ground clearance to connect district capitals across the Corgo River, saving time and money.
Hubei Provincial Transport Planning and Design Institute used Bentley bridge software to design a large-span, cable-stayed bridge over the Yangtze River, reducing labor resources by almost 50 percent and shortening preliminary design time.
Finley Engineering Group, Inc. and Archer Western Contractors used Bentley’s RM Bridge to construct twin bridges on US 281, saving USD 2 million in design modifications.
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