Bentley Systems

Pictured (left to right): Alberto Lara, Metrolink; Misty Calder, NCTD; Nicholas Cumins, Bentley Systems; and Eloy Martinez, HNTB. (All Photographs Courtesy of the Respective Companies)
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People News: Metrolink, NCTD, Bentley Systems, HNTB

Southern California’s Metrolink welcomes a new Chief People Officer. Also, North County Transit District (NCTD) in California appoints a Deputy General Counsel; Bentley Systems, an infrastructure engineering software company based in Exton, Pa., transitions its leadership; and infrastructure firm HNTB hires a Vehicles Project Director.

Current Bentley Systems COO Nicholas Cumins will transition to the role of CEO, effective July 1, 2024.
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People News: LA Metro, GXO, Bentley Systems, WAGO

LA Metro appoints three key executives to lead program management, human resources and planning. Also, GXO appoints Kristine Kubacki as Chief Strategy Officer; Bentley Systems announces a CEO transition plan; and WAGO hires Tom Land as Regional Sales Manager in the Los Angeles area.

From Left to Right: Kristin Fallon, Chief Marketing Officer, Bentley Systems; Chris Bradshaw, Chief Sustainability Officer, Bentley Systems; Colin Ellam, Chief Executive Officer of Cohesive; and Oliver Conze, Senior Vice President, Bentley Infrastructure Cloud. (Images Courtesy of Bentley Systems)
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People News: ASLRRA, Bentley Systems

The American Short Line and Regional Railroad Association (ASLRRA) names Cameron Downs as Director of Data & Research. Also, Bentley Systems announces executive appointments.

From left to right: VP of Burns' Railroad and Transit Practice Tony Koltuv; Bentley Systems Chief Revenue Officer Brock Ballard; Bentley Systems Investor Relations Officer Eric Boyer; KCS LEAD–Operations and LRW Awards Chair Denise Williams; and Cummins Vice President and Chief Technical Officer Jim Fier.
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People News: Burns, Bentley Systems, KCS, SEPTA, Cummins

Tony Koltuv joins Burns Engineering (Burns) as Vice President of the company’s Railroad and Transit Practice. Also, Bentley Systems announces promotion of Brock Ballard to Chief Revenue Officer and Eric Boyer joining as Investor Relations Officer; The League of Railway Women (LRW) selects Kansas City Southern’s (KCS) LEAD–Operations Denise Williams as Awards Chair; the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA) appoints Emmanuella Myrthil new Chief Equity and Inclusion Officer; and Jim Fier retires from Cummins Inc. after 36 years with the company.

Mapping/Grouping; Exporting quantities to EC3 from an infrastructure digital twin (via the Bentley iTwin platform). Image courtesy of Bentley Systems.
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Supply Side: Bentley Systems, Trimble

Bentley Systems, Incorporated (Bentley Systems) announces integration of the Embodied Carbon in Construction Calculator (EC3) with its iTwin platform for infrastructure carbon calculation. Also, Trimble introduces rail module for real-time monitoring software.

Erik Henstra has joined global tank container leasing company Trifleet as Managing Director. Trifleet is a wholly owned subsidiary of Chicago-based GATX Corporation. (Photograph Courtesy of GATX)
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People News: GATX, Bentley, APTA

GATX’s Trifleet Leasing Holding B.V. appoints Erik Henstra as Managing Director. Also, Bentley Systems names Michael Campbell Chief Product Officer and expands the responsibilities of four executives; and the American Public Transportation Association (APTA) selects new Vice Chair and announces Executive Committee and Board of Directors nominees.

Bentley Elevates Three Execs

Bentley Systems (BSY), an infrastructure engineering software firm, has promoted Nicholas Cumins to Chief Operating Officer, Werner Andre to Chief Financial Officer, and David Hollister to Chief Investment Officer, effective Jan. 1, 2022.

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Supply Side: Alstom, Bentley, Cattron/JMA Railroad Supply Co.

Alstom and Plastic Omnium are partnering to develop hydrogen storage systems for the rail market. In addition, infrastructure engineering software firm Bentley Systems has announced the finalists of its annual infrastructure awards program, and Cattron has selected JMA Railroad Supply Co. as its manufacturing representative.

Supply Side: PS Technology, Wabtec, Senceive, Bentley

The Belt Railway Company of Chicago (BRC) has selected PS Technology’s (PST) crew management system; Wabtec Corp. will supply Alstom with advanced brake systems and other components for new trains in India; Canadian industrial technology group Eddyfi/NDT has acquired London-based Senceive Ltd.; and Bentley Systems, Inc., an infrastructure engineering software company, has established an education program and is purchasing two software providers.

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Supply Side: Bentley, Octopi

Infrastructure engineering software firm Bentley Systems, Inc., has acquired Montreal-based INRO Software; Savage has selected a terminal operating system from Octopi, part of Navis and Cargotec Corp., for a new intermodal terminal at Union Pacific’s rail yard in Pocatello, Idaho.