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ProjectWise Is Evolving – Why Now?

For the past 25 years, ProjectWise has been the industry’s best-in-class solution for delivering (engineering work in progress) infrastructure projects. But civil infrastructure project design and delivery have become more complex. That’s why ProjectWise, powered by iTwin, is evolving.

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Success Story | Hatch Lathams Road Bridge

Lathams Road Bridge Carrum Downs, Victoria, Australia Supporting a Growing Industrial Estate Established in 2002 in the southeast part of the Melbourne metropolitan area, Carrum Downs Industrial Estate sparked a flood of economic development. As a multitude of industrial designs and engineering firms filled the estate, job growth reached 13 times higher than the regional average. With more people traveling to the area, Major Roads Projects Victoria moved to duplicate and expand Rutherford Road and Lathams Road, which would involve the construction of a new bridge. Hatch, a global management, engineering, and development consultancy, was contracted to design the bridge, though they had to work in close communication with the client’s civil team. Continuous Data Updates Require Flexibility Hatch quickly realized that the bridge needed a complex design. It would be built in parallel to an existing bridge, with just seven meters between them. The north side of the new bridge would incorporate a foot path with an edge kerb. To conceal the deck edges, the footpath kerb would have a down stand, and the barriers on the south edge would have tails. Additionally, the client’s civil team continually provided major updates and redesigns, which would have required many hours

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Success Story | Biomass Combined Heat and Power Project

Qingyuan County produces a large amount of bamboo and wood processing residue. Hangzhou Bole Computer Technology was tasked with implementing a comprehensive BIM design approach, including document and asset management for full lifecycle operation of a biomass direct combustion power generation facility in Pingdu, Qingyuan, Zhejiang, China

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What’s the Hold up with Model-based Review Adoption?

Nearly every design and engineering firm relies on a 2D or 3D model—yet many are not using those models for coordination and collaboration. For many, model-based reviews are pie-in-the-sky benefits limited to big organizations with seemingly unlimited technology resources. That’s not the case any more thanks to on-demand, instant-on cloud-based solutions. Today’s software as a service environment opens the door for organizations of all sizes to take advantage of a multi-discipline, multi-organizational model-based design review process.

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