Please Fill Up Your Company Details And Your Designation

Update Your Profile
 
Your email ID :  
     
Password :  
     
          
New user? Create an account               Forgot password?
     
 

Content on this page requires a newer version of Adobe Flash Player.

Get Adobe Flash player

Content on this page requires a newer version of Adobe Flash Player.

Get Adobe Flash player

Industrial Products India, Industrial Manufacturers & Suppliers
 




 
   
 
Hitachi-GE Nuclear Energy, Ltd.\'s \'Integrated Plant Construction System\' Wins Bentley\'s 2012 Be Inspired Special Recognition Award

Bentley Systems, Incorporated, the leading company dedicated to providing comprehensive software solutions for sustaining infrastructure, today announced that Hitachi-GE Nuclear Energy, Ltd.'s Integrated Plant Construction System project has won a 2012 Be Inspired Special Recognition Award. The project won in the “Bentley Developer Network” category. The Be Inspired Special Recognition Awards are placed into nomination by an independent panel of jurors for their uniquely innovative and visionary achievements embracing multiple Be Inspired Awards categories. The nominees are then reviewed by a panel of Bentley executives, who evaluate them on the criteria established for each award and select those projects that most exemplify outstanding achievement in infrastructure.

Commenting on the Be Inspired Special Recognition Award presented to Hitachi-GE Nuclear Energy, a joint venture established by Hitachi, Ltd. and General Electric Company, Carey Mann, Bentley vice president, solutions, said, “The 'Bentley Developer Network' award is given to an organization that leverages the power of Bentley's platform technology to develop unique and innovative custom applications. “Because any error occurring in the upstream phase considerably affects construction in the downstream phase, Hitachi-GE Nuclear Energy developed a high-quality and reliable power plant construction system that provides consistent and coordinated project control throughout Hitachi-GE Nuclear Energy, Ltd.'s 'Integrated Plant Construction System' Wins Bentley's 2012 Be Inspired Special Recognition Award New System Provides All Personnel Involved in the Construction Process with Clear, Reliable Information, Reducing Site Constru-ction Costs. 165PURCHASEJune 2013 HALL OF FAME the engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) lifecycle and improves quality and efficiency by closely managing and monitoring field work. “On this large-scale project, Hitachi-GE Nuclear Energy used MicroStation to leverage the EPC integrated construction system, which has now been deployed in the field. It supports a design team distributed over multiple locations and accelerates information sharing and communi-cations across project teams. Bentley Developer Network members develop complementary applications exclusively for in-house customization, integration, and use on Bentley products. Hitachi-GE Nuclear Energy is now using its new system on its first project.

By providing all personnel involved in the construction process with clear, reliable, unambiguous information, Hitachi-GE Nuclear Energy expects to reduce site construction costs by up to 20 percent. “On behalf of my colleagues at Bentley, I congratulate Hitachi-GE Nuclear Energy on winning the 2012 'Bentley Developer Network' award.” Jun Miura, nuclear plant department manager, Hitachi-GE Nuclear Energy, Ltd., said, “We promoted the utilization of advanced information technology, including the full application of 3D CAD and the systematization of on-site works, to realize our construction-oriented EPC project. Our innovative approach introduces technologies that are based on a Human-Centered Design methodology to unlock the true needs of users in the field. Moreover, it provides intuitive, comprehensive, and efficient construction simulation by means of 4D visualization. We have confirmed that this system will effectively serve construction-oriented EPC project requirements on a global basis and will continue to expand its deployment and use.”
 
 
   
      More...
 
 
 
     
 
 
     


 
 
FORUM  
Are Indian Brands
Globally competitive
    
   
 
 
 
 
     
  Blog  
More >>