Technology is transforming every industry and Road is no exception. While traditional CAD workflows with paper plan deliverables were the tools of the past, today’s Road projects are moving into more extensive 3D design /modeling for accelerated project delivery.
What do these changes mean for Civil Engineers?
Using 3D modeling on projects is an adjustment and not one that happens overnight. With many of us still using our traditional workflows, there will be lots of questions as you start the process. The Virtuosity roadway team is here to help.
Join Richard Perez an experienced 3D transportation engineer, as he demonstrates how 3D modeling is a more efficient workflow for designing civil infrastructure projects, and the new business opportunities this shift is creating for small engineering consulting firms.
The webinar will cover these topics:
- Getting started with 3D modeling for roadway design
- Reducing design time and risk with dynamic behavior
- Real world OpenRoads workflows – a Florida case study
- New business opportunities with 3D modeling deliverables
Product Sales Engineer
Virtuosity, a Bentley Company
Robert is an experienced Civil Engineer in both the Site and Roadway industries. With over 3 years of experience in these industries, Robert has become an expert in the Civil Engineering data applications.. As a Product Sales Engineer at Virtuosity, Robert helps professionals across North America to realize the value of OpenRoads Designer to their workflows.
3D Transportation Engineer
3D Highway Engineering
Richard Perez has been designing Florida highways for more than 35 years. He has designed everything from complex interstate interchanges to two lane rural roads. 3D Highway Engineering is a full Highway Engineering Consulting company with a highly skilled and motivated Training Division. 3D Highway Engineering has become one of the leaders in the nation with 3D modeling software and highway design. Richard has been a GuideSIGN user since the 1990s with over 25 years of experience with the software.