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Bentley Systems Wins Downstream Award for Digitalization

Bentley Systems Wins Downstream Award for Digitalization

Programming Provider Helps Dow Chemical Company Implement AWP Best Practices Across the Organization

Bentley Systems, Incorporated, the main worldwide supplier of exhaustive programming and computerized twin cloud services for advancing the structure, development, and tasks of infrastructure, and Digital Construction Works (DCW), a Bentley Systems and Topcon Positioning Group joint endeavor giving advanced digital automation, combination, and "twinning" services, around fit-for-reason programming and cloud administrations, declared that Bentley Systems was named a victor at the Downstream Awards. Bentley won in the Innovation in Downstream Digitalization class for Dow Chemical Company's (Dow) utilization of its ConstructSim application.

The awards praise the best of the downstream business and are composed by Petrochemical Update, a division of Reuters Events. Grants were reported in 11 classes, with champs picked by a board of 10 judges speaking to the business.

Anne-Marie Walters, industry promoting chief, oil and gas and assembling at Bentley Systems, stated, "We are regarded to have gotten this honor, which perceives Bentley as a supplier of digital construction work processes, for the headway of foundation ventures, and explicitly for Dow's exceptional work of incorporating advanced work bundling (AWP) into its worldwide project strategy."

"Dow is applying AWP as a program on capital tasks everything being equal," said Susan Brandt, VP, business improvement at DCW. "In the wake of assessing a few other programming packages, Dow chose Bentley's ConstructSim to mechanize AWP on an automatic premise. The group architected its procedure to make AWP by means of ConstructSim adaptable, focusing on its usage on any task esteemed at more than USD 10 million."

The execution of AWP techniques with ConstructSim helped Dow accomplish astounding tool time results for structural steel and piping. Basic steel wrench time execution improved to 70% and channeling wrench time execution rose to 63%, while the business average wrench time is 37%. Other non-quantifiable advantages were the transparency of construction progress, as Dow had the option to utilize the ConstructSim model in week after week development status gatherings.

"This award shows how Bentley Systems is driving the path in the downstream business. The whole group at Bentley Systems ought to be so proud to be recognized for their extraordinary accomplishment in 2019, and we are as of now anticipating perceiving how Bentley Systems, and the various winners and finalists, keep on expanding on their achievement in 2020," said Jonathan Witherspoon, segment head of Petrochemical Update.