Did you know your geological model does not need to have a basic set of rectangular extents? Seequent Civil and Environmental Customer Solutions Manager – Michaela Crum, explains how…
Future Cities – Going Underground: At the end of the 19th century, architects coined a new term for buildings ascending the impossible heights of 10 whole storeys. They called them ‘skyscrapers’. For decades, upwards became the most alluring direction of… Read More
Following on from our meet the Customer Solution Specialists article in December – this month we meet Bart Jordan, a professional Geologist who has joined Seequent’s Civil and Environmental team in Denver.
As we enter a new year, Seequent Civil and Environmental Product Manager, Pat McLarin, shares his predictions for the year to come. We have heard a lot in the past few years about the need for civil infrastructure projects to… Read More
As city populations grow ever larger – and move from ‘mega’ to ‘giga’ status – what fresh sustainability challenges will they meet? In an article from our latest Unearthed Report for the Civil and Environmental industries, Seequent’s Head of Sustainability,… Read More
Our View Product Manager, Amy Gerber, gave a presentation on data stories at Vancouver Lyceum 2018. You can watch the video of her presentation, or continue reading for a summary of her talk.
By 2030 there are expected to be more than 40 megacities around the world with more than 10 million inhabitants each. Read about the impact on existing infrastructure and environmental complexities in our latest Unearthed report ‘The Cities of the… Read More
Seequent’s team of Civil and Environmental Customer Solution Specialists is expanding to better support our customers across the globe. We know how important it is for our Civil Engineering and Environmental customers to receive local and timely technical support, which… Read More
With an estimated cost of more than NZ$700m (including maintenance over 25 years), the 18km Pūhoi to Warkworth motorway extension includes a road corridor that cuts through steep hills and valleys, and the creation of seven bridges including three viaducts.… Read More
By their very nature engineering and environmental projects bring together multi-disciplinary teams who need to collaborate and communicate. but this is often thwarted by interoperability issues with specialist software. Experts who want to spend their time understanding and interpreting data,… Read More