On 24th May 2018, leaders from Singapore’s civil and environmental engineering industries gathered together at the New Zealand High Commission to join the conversation about digital innovation in ground engineering.
With expansive views across the Singapore skyline, invited guests and speakers came together to network, discuss and engage. The presentations were spearheaded by Seequent’s General Manager for Civil and Environmental, Daniel Wallace, who shared Seequent’s vision of the future. Daniel explained how Leapfrog Works, a revolutionary solution to understanding, visualising and communicating ground conditions, is the only 3D sub-surface modelling solution specifically designed for the engineering sector and as such addresses many challenges costing the industry time and money.
To showcase Leapfrog Works in action, special invited guests from Penta-Ocean Construction Company Ltd, explained how they are using Leapfrog Works to better understand ground conditions in Singapore. Speakers Michelle Lee, BIM Manager and Edward Armstrong, Senior Engineering Geologist, took the audience through their VDC (Virtual Design & Construction) roadmap and explained how Leapfrog Works enabled them to reduce risk both financially and in Health and Safety, ultimately advancing how they complete geological modelling.
“We were delighted that Penta-Ocean accepted our invitation to showcase their recent Singaporean engineering project,” says Daniel Wallace. “The event was a great success. It was a real honour to meet with industry leaders, some for the first time and others we know well, and to be able to also demonstrate Leapfrog Works hands-on in the event’s Discovery Zone.”