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Rigorous analysis is rarely more important than when transportation projects dive deep underground

Rigorous analysis is rarely more important than when transportation projects dive deep underground

A 3D digital environment is the ideal place to scrutinise your tunneling and excavation plans, and combine the technical disciplines ...
Making your data count, from day one to year 100

Making your data count, from day one to year 100

How can transportation owner operators transform a mass of project data into an enduring resource for a lengthy and successful ...
From reliable to resilient. Can a shift in thinking help extend the safe life of transportation assets?

From reliable to resilient. Can a shift in thinking help extend the safe life of transportation assets?

All around the world, legacy transportation infrastructure is showing the strain of age, but still has to keep running – ...
To successfully build any transportation project, you must first build understanding

To successfully build any transportation project, you must first build understanding

Communicating insights with stakeholders is crucial in any infrastructure enterprise, but transportation schemes have an extra layer of complexity to ...
Don’t let unforeseen ground conditions put a dent in your plans or your budgets

Don’t let unforeseen ground conditions put a dent in your plans or your budgets

Roger Chandler Director, Geotechnical Information Management, Bentley SystemsOne of the main problems of site investigations is that they are seen ...
For road and rail projects, there’s always another ground condition challenge around the corner...

For road and rail projects, there’s always another ground condition challenge around the corner…

The linear extension of road and rail projects - the sheer distance they cover – means they will encounter wide ...
Building cities for the future

Building cities for the future

“There is absolutely and utterly no point in delivering or developing a city that does not match the needs of ...
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WSP tackle redesign to earthquake strengthen a 100-year-old retaining wall

WSP tackle redesign to earthquake strengthen a 100-year-old retaining wall

A black and white photo from the 1920s shows the steep challenge involved to construct the original Chaytor Street retaining ...