Joey LouAllen Product Marketing Manager, Bentley Systems, Inc.
Joey LouAllen, P.E., earned an engineering degree from the University of Alabama in Huntsville. He has worked with the Bentley Civil products for 18 years. During that time, 13 years have been spent with Bentley Systems supporting the civil products as a technical support analyst, trainer, consultant, and application engineer. The remainder of that time was spent working as a civil engineer and partner at an engineering consulting firm designing private developments, as well as municipal and state-level projects. LouAllen is currently a Product Marketing Manager focusing on Bentley’s transportation and local infrastructure solutions.
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Click the “Watch Video” button below for OnDemand access.Join us to see how OpenRail ConceptStation brings life to your rail projects!
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Whether you’re pursuing new business or planning for future growth, OpenRail ConceptStation makes it easy for you to explore alternatives, evaluate design ideas, summarize costs, and share your rail design concepts.
Join our Tech Talk to see how OpenRail ConceptStation allows you to quickly and easily lay out and model your conceptual ideas. Observe how simple it is to assemble data, sketch and model your railways, tunnels, crossovers, turnouts, and electrification system, all while working in an interactive 3D environment giving real-world context to each project.
OpenRail ConceptStation is the only planning and conceptual design application available for railways. Join us to see how it can save you time and money while helping you make better decisions faster!
How to access, download, and incorporate data including imagery and terrain
How to easily create railways, turnouts, yards, and bridges for each alternative
How to summarize and evaluate the cost of your conceptual design
How OpenRail ConceptStation helps with decision-making
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