The LEARNing Conference Meets Mexico City’s Structural Community This September

Our next LEARNing Conference is headed to the meeting place for Mexico’s structural associations, the College of Civil Engineers of Mexico AC (September 30), where engineers, designers, and professors alike gather together to promote and educate technical principles and methods associated with structural analysis and design. Registration for this single-day learning experience is available free of charge to the general public, and the event’s contents will be presented in a Spanish-only format.

In partnership with Sociedad Mexicana de Ingeniería Estructura (SMIE), we’re using the institution as a stage to help users learn how to deliver better structural projects. You’ll have the chance to join 4 of Bentley’s top technical experts and industry peers for networking opportunities and info-packed lectures spotlighting everything from product advancements to design and interoperability workflows to real-world user presentations showcasing the possibilities of integrating BIM to projects.

Here’s just a glimpse of what we have in store:


What’s new in STAAD.Pro SS6,
RAM Concept, RAM Connection,
 STAAD.foundation, and STAAD(X)
Francisco Diego


Steel and Concrete detailing with  ProStructures
AnnMarie GarkoHill


Design and Interoperability
for Industrial Projects
Edgar Garcia


Design and Interoperability for Building Projects
AnnMarie GarkoHill


If you’re joining us in Mexico City, make sure to bring with you all those unanswered structural software questions as this event will conclude with an open-floor Q&A.

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