Alexander Mabrich Senior Application Engineer/AM Bridge Design, Bentley Systems, Inc.
Mr. Alexander Mabrich, MSc, PE joined the Bentley Systems team 25 years ago. As a Senior Consultant, he provides consulting, training and support services for multidisciplinary design projects. His bridge, roadway, site, drainage, and geotechnical expertise ranges from resurfacing roadway projects through multilevel complex interchanges in the Americas, Asia, and Europe.
A registered PE in Florida, Mr. Mabrich graduated from Universidad Ricardo Palma in Lima, Peru in 1988 and obtained his Master of Science in civil engineering degree from Florida International University in 1996. He is currently pursuing a Master’s in Business Administration at Saint Thomas University. Mr. Mabrich is also a recognized speaker in civil and geotechnical conferences with papers published for conferences in the U.S., Canada, Mexico, and Peru.
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Click the “Watch Video” button below for OnDemand access.OpenBridge Designer enhances the development of BIM bridge models within the context of an overall transportation project.
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During this webinar we will address the integration of bridge modelling with structural design, explain the process of automated plans production and rebar detailing and quantities using OpenBridge Designer CONNECT Edition.
Allowing you to evaluate the bridge geometry and how it interacts with the alignment, terrain, drainage, and surrounding structures from the onset of your project, this unique application also enables you to create an interoperable physical and analytical model for both steel and concrete bridges that can be utilized throughout the lifecycle of the bridge.
After attending this webinar, you will know how to:
Create a complete bridge BIM Model
Analyze and design a prestressed concrete girder bridge steel
Use ProStructures to reinforce the bridge model
Create 2D plans from the BIM model
Register now and learn how to bridge the gap between the conceptual phase and the actual design of your project!
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