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Infrastructure design professionals often grapple with intricate challenges stemming from outdated tools and workflows. These hurdles can substantially hinder the quality, efficiency, and collaboration of digital design processes. Fortunately, cutting-edge technology is reshaping the landscape of infrastructure design. Join us in this webinar as we delve into how these innovations can bolster several aspects of your digital design workflows.
Discover dynamic capabilities such as terrain referencing, parametric rebar placements, excavation quantities, enhanced dynamic quantities, and the latest IFC updates. We'll demonstrate the practical applications of these features and discuss how they can be seamlessly integrated into your infrastructure design processes. Regardless of whether you're an engineer, contractor, or project owner, it's imperative to leverage the right tools to enhance your workflow.
What you’ll learn:
- Gain a solid grasp of advanced infrastructure design features.
- Learn how to effectively incorporate these tools into your design workflow.
- Discover techniques for producing detailed drawings and integrating 3D models into your project documentation.
Jalpesh is a highly qualified and experienced civil engineer, holding a master's degree in the field. With over nine years of industry experience, he has worked on a diverse range of infrastructure projects, specializing in the design and analysis of bridges and their supporting structures. He is responsible for advocating Building Information Modeling (BIM) and Allplan software to the transportation construction community, ensuring that customers are well-equipped and successful in their transition to implementing BIM/Digital Delivery into their workflow.
Frank Holz is a Senior Technical Consultant at ALLPLAN Inc. based in Tampa Bay, Florida. He is a structural engineer specializing in precast/prestressed structures including bridges, buildings, parking garages and buried structures. He is also a software developer who has worked on the creation of algorithms, interfaces, and QC documentation for computer-aided engineering software.