Introducing OpenSite Designer, create optimized site designs in days—not weeks!

June 14, 2019
Bentley webinar Introducing OpenSite Designer

Thursday, June 20, 2019

2 p.m. Eastern

 

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Say hello to OpenSite Designer, a new comprehensive site design application changing the game for today’s Site Design Industry. Join us to learn how OpenSite Designer enables engineers to analyze and design for not only the site, but the complex and intricate aspects of a project and how they interact with each other, including hydraulics, utilities, geotechnical, site modelling for pads, ponds and interfacing with buildings. Don't miss this opportunity to learn how you can rapidly develop site designs, mitigate risk, lower construction costs, and meet all your project requirements.

Join Senior Product Manager David Settlemyer to see how OpenSite Designer:

  • Enables rapid site modeling and analysis, earthwork optimization and quantification, and drainage and underground utility design
  • Automates the production of a complete array of design deliverables
  • Simplifies the design workflow, so you can focus more on engineering and less on drafting
  • Provides the most comprehensive site design workflow available including reality modeling, geotechnical, underground utilities, stormwater drainage, terrain modeling, detailed drawing production, and visualization

 

SPEAKER:

David Settlemyer

Senior Product Manager Site D&A

Bentley Systems

David Settlemyer, P.E., has 25+ years of experience in civil engineering, land surveying and project management for a variety of private and public clients. David has experience as former principal at Neighborhood Designs, Director of Site Engineering at Lauth Property Group and taught Civil/Surveying design software at Central Piedmont Community College. David was the Senior Product Engineer at Siteops until being acquired by Bentley Systems. David is now the Senior Product Manager Site D&A where he supports the advancement of civil site engineering and the acceptance of technology by the engineering and architectural community. He graduated from University of North Carolina at Charlotte with a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering Technology.

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