India’s Infra Push Now Internationally Acclaimed: Nine Projects Shortlisted For Bentley’s Awards 2018The Chenab River Bridge in Kashmir, India. (pic via Twitter)

Bentley Systems which is a leading global provider of software solutions for infrastructure projects has shortlisted nine Indian infrastructure projects for its Year in Infrastructure 2018 Awards. The nine Indian projects shortlisted are part of 57 finalists which are chosen from Bentley software users with the awards program seeing 420 nominations from more than 340 organizations.

The nine Indian projects have been nominated under various categories and among the projects included are Indian Railways’ construction of a bridge over Chenab (world’s highest rail arch bridge) and development of Gwalior station.

Other projects up for consideration include the development of Nagpur Metro, Alambagh bus terminal in Lucknow, K10 Grand Commercial High Rise in Vadodara, Vedanta’s Well Integrity and Flow Assurance Management, a solar photovoltaic cell manufacturing facility in Kutch, Bankura Multi Village Bulk Water Supply Scheme and the Agra Water Supply Project.

The results of the award are expected to be announced on 18 October as part of Bentley’s Year in Infrastructure 2018 conference.

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