Parsons and CTDOT Leverage Digital Twin Technology to Improve Interchange

CENTERVILLE, Va., May 4, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Parsons Corporation (NYSE: PSN) announced today that it is implementing dual digital and enhanced 3D modeling technology for the Connecticut Department of Transportation’s I-91 / I-691 / Route 15 exchange project (CTDOT). The digital twin – a virtual replica of the redesigned exchange – will help CTDOT thoroughly review the design before creating it and improve the asset management system once the project is a reality.

“The infrastructure market needs immediate action – to clear the backlog of required infrastructure projects in the US, extend project lifetimes and ensure that new and updated projects are built with climate change in mind,” he said Mark Fialkowski, Executive Vice President, Mobility Solutions for Parsons. “Digital twin technology is one of many innovations that can help increase the safety, efficiency and reliability of infrastructure projects. We are delighted that CTDOT shares our commitment to continuously improving infrastructure design through technology implementation.”

Parsons will use Bentley’s iTwin Services, which provide a cloud-based platform and web-based tools to streamline design review, validation and insight for improved collaboration, security and productivity. The company will also assist CTDOT in developing procedures and manuals for implementing this technology in future projects.

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