/ Category / Featured

Optioneering Helps MidCoast Water Transform Gloucester Water Network into a Reliable, Efficient System

August 3, 2015 - in Feature, Featured, Water

MidCoast Water delivers water and sewerage services to 40,000 households in the Manning, Great Lakes, and Gloucester communities of New South Wales in Australia. It also supplies 8 billion liters of water a year to Karuah in the south, Crowdy Head in the north,…

Copenhagen-based Firm AG5 Wins with BIM Workflow

AG5, a small architecture practice based in Copenhagen, Denmark, specializes in simple, sustainable design. “That’s our main focus,” explained Brian…

Going Down Under Down Under: Brisbane’s Complex Airport Link Achieves Innovation and Cuts Costs

June 7, 2015 - in Feature, Featured

When the city of Brisbane, Australia, and its suburbs needed to reduce heavy congestion going to, from and around Brisbane Airport, Brisbane City Council…

Rehabilitation with Minimal Interruption

June 7, 2015 - in Feature, Featured

The Wells Street Bridge holds the distinction of being the longest double-deck, double-leaf, bascule bridge built over the Chicago River, and it’s one of two remaining bascule bridges in the city that carries both highway and rail transit on dual levels.…

The Internet of Things: Coming to Facility Systems Near You!

June 7, 2015 - in Feature, Featured

Bob Dylan's iconic song, “The Times They Are A-Changin’,” still rings true for many things, including building infrastructure management. And the melody of change is the Internet of Things (IoT), which is facilitating smart city planning and smart home…

Green Infrastructure: Dallas Works to Quantify the Value of Parks

June 7, 2015 - in Feature, Featured

The City of Dallas Park and Recreation Department (DPARD) manages and maintains one of the largest municipal park systems in the United States, including more than 21,000 acres of parkland consisting of 381 individual parks featuring more than 4,400 surface…

Reality Computing Goes Underground with Ground Penetrating Radar

Ground penetrating radar (GPR) is a non-destructive method for locating and mapping underground objects by transmitting high-frequency radio signals into the ground that bounce back when they hit a buried object or a boundary between different material types.…

Measuring in Order to Manage at #HxGN Live

Juergen Dold, president of Hexagon Geosystems addressed the HxGN Live audience in Las Vegas today. He kicked off his talk about the Leica Geosystems brand of products with a focus on water, and the need to measure it in order to manage it. The measurement…

HxGN Live Main Keynote Tackles Human Ingenuity

Hexagon's annual conference, HxGN Live, kicked off this evening in Las Vegas with a main stage keynote in the arena at the MGM Grand, best known for major boxing events. The high-production-value event was complete with seat-shaking music and a choreographed…

Autodesk Bridges Infrastructure Workflows Today vs. Tomorrow #AECSummit

Jim Lynch, vice president for Building and Construction, addressed the press at today's AEC Summit in Boston. He shared that the complexity of projects is increasing with schedules that are accelerating. Autodesk is focused on project performance to help meet…