Bentley Systems calls for nominations for the 2023 ‘Going Digital Awards’ in infrastructure

Infrastructure engineering software company Bentley Systems announced its call for nominations for the 2023 ‘Going Digital Awards’ in infrastructure, hosted in Singapore this year. The awards, which are judged by independent juries of industry experts, recognise infrastructure projects for going digital advancements in infrastructure. The deadline for nominations is 8 May 2023.

Users of Bentley software are invited to enter their projects in the Going Digital Awards in infrastructure programme, regardless of the phase the project is in; be it preconstruction or conceptual, design, construction, or operations.

The three finalists chosen for each awards category will head to Singapore to attend the ‘Year in Infrastructure’ and ‘Going Digital Awards’ event, as guests of Bentley Systems. As part of the conference, the finalists will present their projects before the judges, industry thought-leaders, and media members. The ‘Going Digital Awards’ in infrastructure categories include water and wastewater.

Participants to gain global recognition for digital advancements in infrastructure (Image: Bentley Systems)

These projects recognise advancements and measurable impacts in infrastructure and sustainability. Projects may be recognised for their economic impact and use of Bentley software, including the iTwin Platform and infrastructure digital twins, 4D modelling, infrastructure IoT, and artificial intelligence. They may also be recognised for advancements that empower development goals in terms of climate action; energy transition and efficiency; circularity of land and water resources; and healthy communities.

In addition to the juried awards, Bentley’s founders will honour selected projects representing organisations or individuals whose undertakings contribute to infrastructure advancement or environmental and social development goals.

Every project nominated for an award receives recognition across the global infrastructure community in these ways, such as having their infrastructure projects profiled in Bentley’s infrastructure yearbook, which is distributed in print and digital formats to media, government, and industry influencers around the world; enhancing their competitive edge by demonstrating to existing and potential clients the value the participants add to projects through their digital innovations; and increasing their exposure and coverage from global media and industry analysts.