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    Outstanding projects from our users

These outstanding user projects from our annual Be Inspired Awards competition highlight our user’s extraordinary work, sharing innovative practices in infrastructure project design, engineering, construction, and operations.
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  • Digital Delivery of Qiongzhong Pumped Storage Power Station
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    PowerChina Zhongnan Engineering Corporation Limited reduces design errors by 90 percent and saves more than CNY 20 million in design costs using Bentley BIM technology to deliver Hainan Province’s first pumped storage project.
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  • 3D ScanWorld
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    3D ScanWorld performed 3D laser scanning to comprehensively document the interior assets of Energy Factory Knappenrode, a former coal-processing industrial facility, before it is renovated and equipment is dismantled.
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  • Automated Waste Collection System for Changi Airport Terminal 4
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    Using Bentley technology for 3D modeling, visualization, and electrical engineering saved Stream Environment Sdn. Bhd. SGB 100,000 when delivering the automated waste collection system for Changi Airport Terminal 4.
  • Virtual Penn State Campus
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    Pennsylvania State University used ContextCapture to produce a fully integrated, virtual campus model, stored on ProjectWise, that facility managers use to accurately plan and schedule asset maintenance.
  • One Blackfriars, London
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    WSP used RAM and MicroStation to design and share efficient concrete slab floor designs for the iconic One Blackfriars complex.
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  • T&D Implementation of Asset Risk at Indianapolis Power & Light
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    Bentley’s AssetWise Asset Reliability enables Indianapolis Power & Light Company to reduce equipment failures in its downtown Indianapolis distribution network by 70 percent.