GT STRUDL Webinar: Increased Productivity and Round-tripping with Intergraph Smart 3D

Geoff Blumber

with Geoff Blumber, Hexagon PPM

Date: August 30, 2017
Duration: 40 min
Cost: free eSeminar

View Recorded Webinar Here

Today’s structural engineering department may not look significantly different than that of 30 years ago. The engineering staff is often left out of the modern collaborative workflow, working blindly in their silo of material properties, stress, strain, and code checks. Structural engineers may be duplicating work by performing hand calculations to validate the results of “black box” analysis software that they don’t trust. For complex projects involving modular construction or staged construction techniques, they may spend more time performing bookkeeping exercises than performing actual engineering tasks.

Attendees will learn why companies are changing the status quo in their engineering work processes, which results in:

  • More efficient and safer designs
  • Better coordinated projects
  • Fewer construction change orders
  • Happier clients.

This presentation will spotlight not only what technology can do to open the flow of information between engineering and design, but also how users can control that information flow.

Join this webinar to learn the advantages of using GT STRUDL for structural analysis, and how to increase productivity with Intergraph Smart 3D.


Geoff Blumber, North America Channel Manager, CADWorx & Analysis Solutions

Geoff Blumber works in the CADWorx and Analysis Solutions group, aligning the people and resources to deliver the right solutions to the right people at the right time. He has held varied positions in structural engineering and construction management over his career, though direct field sales within the power and plant industries has been his primary focus the last seven years. He has a broad knowledge of CAE tools and workflows, steel fabrication and construction, and engineering practices in the AEC, process plant, and power industries. Geoff holds a Bachelor’s degree in Architectural Engineering from the University of Texas at Austin.

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