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Bentley receives Construction Computing Awards

Exton, US: Bentley Systems, Inc., announced that Bentley’s GenerativeComponents and its STAAD.Pro V8i with Advanced Analysis received top honours at the Construction Computing Awards 2011 (also known as The Hammers). 
GenerativeComponents was named “Editor’s Choice” and STAAD.Pro won in the “Structural Analysis Product of the Year” category. In addition, Bentley was named runner-up in the “Construction Computing Superbrand of 2011” category, and its Bentley Navigator V8i was named runner-up in the “Collaboration Product of the Year” category. The Construction Computing Awards showcase and acknowledge technology, tools and solutions for the effective design, construction, maintenance, and modification of commercial buildings, residential and social housing, and civil engineering projects of all sizes. The winners are selected by Construction Computing magazine’s readership, which includes IT professionals in construction, product, project design and service companies, and a panel of influential industry experts that judge the project categories.
David Chadwick, editor, CAD User and Construction Computing – UK, said, “Bentley’s unique parametric design software has inspired architecture professionals to design a wide range of building projects in a way that was once thought unimaginable. One example is the Sir Francis Crick Institute – the GBP625 million biomedical research centre designed by HOK and PLP Architecture that’s being erected behind the British Library in London.”
Source: Bentley