The Winners of The Keynetix Geotechnical Data Management Awards

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The second year of the Keynetix Geo-technical Data Management Awards saw some fantastic entries in all three categories, which were:

Data Collection and Reporting, Data Analysis and Visualisation and Geotechnical BIM – Workflows and Collaboration

The awards took place at our annual user conference which happened earlier this week.  Our conference continues to go from strength to strength with this year’s event having 8 exhibitors and 150 delegates registered for the event.

We had some really interesting entries in our Geotechnical Data Management Awards and our panel of judges were delighted with the quality and had a tough job to do, to decide who should be crowned the winners of these categories.

We’re delighted to announce the winners were:

 Data Collection and Reporting

Geotechnical Engineering Limited

For their “Streamlining Laboratory Data – Receiving, Processing and Reporting Systems” entry

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Data Analysis and Visualisation

Atkins Limited

For their “Identifying Unforeseen Ground Conditions Using HoleBASE SI” entry

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Geotechnical BIM – Workflows and Collaboration

Mott MacDonald

For their “AGS to Infraworks and SlopeW – The Full Hog?” entry

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We are already very excited about the categories for next year’s awards which we’ve begun work on already and are looking forward to seeing the quality of the entries once again in what has already proved to be a valuable asset to our User Conference.

The finalists in each category were:

Data Collection and Reporting

Geotechnical Engineering – Streamlining Laboratory Data – Receiving, Processing and Reporting Systems

Soiltechnics – Working with our Laboratory to Produce Effective Scheduling

Solmek – Monitoring Gas Monitoring

 

Data Analysis and Visualisation

Atkins – M4 Corridor around Newport

Atkins – Identifying Unforeseen Ground Conditions Using HoleBASE SI

Byrne Looby – Earthworks Balance?  Or Not

Mott MacDonald – 3D Ground Modelling in Civil3D and Navisworks

Solmek – Expanding KeyLAB Management Sheets

 

Geotechnical BIM – Workflows and Collaboration

Atkins – Silvertown Tunnel – BIM for Infrastructure Model

Fugro – FugroOnLine: BIM without Tears

Mott MacDonald – AGS to Infraworks (HBSI, Civil3D and SlopeW) – The Full Hog?

Tata Steel – Oxford Corridor up Sidings Ground Improvement

Tata Steel – Transpennine Electrification 3D Model

We would like to thank all of those who did enter the awards, we’re delighted that something we were so passionate about doing is being supported with such fantastic entries.

 

 

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