White paper | Six ways transportation projects can meet their subsurface challenges

There is a huge need for investment around the world to bring transportation infrastructure up to standard and make it resilient to climate change but funding is only part of the solution. Seequent segment director, civil Pat McLarin says that a fundamentally different approach to delivery is needed too – and that includes one where asset owners and engineers have a better understanding of ground risk.

In a new eBook, Seequent presents details on six challenges the sector faces around understanding and planning for complex ground conditions. The practical guide also discusses using digital transformation to deliver better infrastructure, maintaining reliability across decades of change and reducing site investigation costs with agile technology. The document also presents nine key software solutions to improve collaboration, keep stakeholders better informed and deliver improved subsurface analysis.

Seequent software has been developed to create a better understanding of the earth and its developers believe that better ground engineering can mean better transportation infrastructure for all. Following Bentley Systems’ acquisition of Seequent, the software solutions offered by both have been brought together so the solutions above and below ground bridge the gaps between geoscience, ground engineering and infrastructure design and construction.

The eBook shares perceptive viewpoints from McLarin and a team of experts from Seequent and Bentley, including their insights, tips and inspiration to change things up in your approach to ground engineering for transportation.

Click here to download the eBook now.

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