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There is an increasing need for CAD engineers and bridge design engineers to have an intelligent 3D model where different stakeholders can all work together to deliver high quality projects. An integrated workflow helps close the gap between different roles and teams during bridge projects. 

Join bridge engineering experts, Sri Rama Krishna and JeanPierre Chanard, as they demonstrate the BrIM methodologies using OpenBridge Designer. Leverage OpenBridge Designer's integrated workflow to save time and improve communication between the bridge design engineers and CAD engineers on bridge projects. 

Take your project from concept to design, analysis, and detailing all the way through construction in an integrated workflow. Discover how OpenBridge Designer can make it easy, efficient, and simple for your project teams. 

In this webinar, you will learn about:

  • OpenBridge Designer integrated workflow for typical bridge engineering projects
  • What roadway and civil information is needed for input
  • How OpenBridge Designer can help bridge design engineers and CAD engineers work collaboratively 
  • How to quickly get started with expert assistance and training such as mentoring and consultancy

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Webinar Presenters

Sri Rama Krishna

Sri Rama Krishna

Product Sales Engineer
Virtuosity, A Bentley Company

Sri Rama Krishna is an experienced professional with a demonstrated history of working in the CAE/CAD industry. He has total experience of close to 7 years, and currently, working in Bentley Systems India, as Product Sales Engineer. Sri Rama Krishna started off his career as an Engineer in Bridge Consultancy Industry. As a Product Engineer at Bentley’s Virtuosity, he helps professionals across India solve their complex Structural engineering problems and improve their analysis and design workflows by providing best practices.

Jean-Pierre Chanard

JeanPierre Chanard

Senior Application Engineer, Bridge & Tunnels
Bentley Systems

Jean-Pierre is a structure engineer, specialized in bridge analysis and design. His career began 40 years ago in bridge design at Campenon Bernard (now Vinci) in Paris.  Jean-Pierre started CAD implementation in the eighty.  Jean-Pierre has worked at Bentley for 22 years in the civil department, and more than 10 years in the bridge department. He specializes in bridge design and analysis.  Jean-Pierre also teaches at Ecole des Ponts et Chaussée, engineer school in Paris.