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Traditionally, drainage design for roadway projects has been carried out by multiple teams using different software to that used for the design of the roadway alignment. This approach risks miscommunication between disciplines working with an outdated layout file and having to redo the calculations and design of catchments, flows and consequently ditches, manholes, drains and cross drainage culverts.

There is a better way. OpenRoads Designer has a complete set of tools for drainage and utility network design that significantly reduce the risk of misalignment between disciplines. The result is improved collaboration, increased productivity, improved accuracy, lower costs, and less risk.

Join our product experts for a live webinar and see how to design and model your roadway drainage systems with OpenRoads Designer, reducing the risk of design errors and the cost of the project.

In this webinar, we will showcase:

  • 3D modeling of the drainage network (Gutters, manholes, catchpits, pipelines, and SUDS) ​
  • Rainfall data management​
  • Calculation of the peak flow for different return periods ​
  • Automatic design / sizing of the drainage network​
  • Clash detection with existing utilities​
  • Plan production​​

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Webinar Presenters

Ali Schrack-1

Ali Schrack

Product Sales Engineer Virtuosity, A Bentley Company

Ali began her civil engineering career working as a bridge/structure engineer for three and a half years. She then worked as a land development engineer for another year and obtained her Professional Engineering license. She now works with civil engineers and project managers in North America to help them find civil design solutions that best fit their projects and workflows.

Vincent Rault

Vincent Rault

OpenRoads Designer Consultant​

Vincent started his career as a Roads Engineer, designing Highways and large projects in France. It was the beginning of CAD (90s), and Vincent loved this technology that allowed faster, better design, and facilitated communication between Teams.​
Vincent joined Bentley in 2005 where he applies his experience in Infrastructure project design helping users to get most out of Bentley solutions. ​