Designers and Detailers: Bridge to a Better Workflow

May 15, 2017

Wednesday, June 14, 2017

2 p.m. Eastern

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Webinar overview:

Learn how Bentley’s bridge solution enables you to plan, design, analyze, and detail reinforcement within a Connected Data Environment to increase productivity, mitigate risks, and streamline workflows. See how you can develop intelligent 3D parametric bridge models within the context of an overall transportation project using OpenBridge Modeler for rapid and iterative design, and efficiently model any reinforced concrete shape to 100% accuracy with the as-built conditions with ProConcrete. Take a look at real life use cases of how practitioners have addressed complex modeling, design, and analysis of different bridge types on both existing and new structures using Bentley’s bridge solution.  

Designers and Detailers: Bridge to a Better Workflow


Raul Amaya, P.E

Senior Application Engineer

Bentley Systems

As a Senior Application Engineer at Bentley Systems, Raul Amaya provides consulting, training and support services for multi-disciplinary infrastructure projects. His expertise includes roadway design, bridge design and plans production. Raul has been with Bentley since 2005 and has expertise in OpenBridge Modeler, Bentley Rebar, ProConcrete, LEAP Bridge, RM Bridge, MicroStation, ProjectWise, and Information Modeling.

Raul Amaya maintains over 35 years of experience with structural design software, ranging from the use, training, support, and industry best practices to workflow development and project management. He has also worked with many of the largest civil engineering firms and DOTs in the US and Canada. Previously to Bentley, Mr. Amaya’s was a project engineer with the engineering firm Beiswenger, Hoch and Associates. Mr. Amaya is a registered P.E. in the State of Florida.

Company profile:

Bentley is a global leader dedicated to providing engineers, detailers, constructors, and owner-operators with comprehensive software solutions for advancing infrastructure.  Founded in 1984, Bentley has more than 3,000 colleagues in over 50 countries, more than $600 million in annual revenues, and since 2008 has invested more than $1 billion in research, development, and acquisitions.