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Terry Bennett on the Global Infrastructure Leadership Forum and Building Information Modeling

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Terry Bennett, Senior Industry Manager, Civil Engineering & Construction, Autodesk Inc. speaks about the importance of the Global Infrastructure Leadership Forum and Building Information Modeling to help address the world’s infrastructure challenges. #GILF6 is February 27th-March 1st 2013 in New York City.

He will be leading a discussion on Wednesday “Increasing investment in Infrastructure: Creating a Visual Business Plan for Investors” with featured panelist: Bill Bertera, President, Institute for Sustainable Infrastructure.

Investors need to know how their money is being spent. Engineers need a way to re-think the design approach from the angle of having better performing infrastructure assets and better project execution by integrating sustainable thinking in impact analysis in all design decisions. By allowing infrastructure stakeholders to better understand sustainability by designing outcomes rather than designing for getting approvals infrastructure will be much more insightful, cost effective, and better performing assets in the end.

For more information about this and other presentations at the Global Infrastructure Leadership Forum in New York City this week, visit http://cg-la.com/en/leadershipforums/gilf6

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To listen to Terry Bennett at the 6th Global Infrastructure Leadership Forum: http://cglaglobalinfrastructure.blogspot.com/2013/02/terry-bennett-on-global-infrastructure.html

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