FREMONT, CA, February 05, 2016—Civil engineering software enterprise CivilGEO is recognized as one of the 20 Most Promising Engineering Technology Software Solutions by CIO Review for its central role in advancing the field of water resource engineering. This compilation of the most promising companies in engineering is assembled annually by CIO Review’s editorial board and a contributing panel of experts.
CivilGEO’s selection is based on the company’s ability to offer civil engineers the very best in “building information modeling” or “BIM” along with intelligent design. CivilGEO software, which builds on US Army Corps of Engineer’s HEC‑RAS software, brings together standard engineering computations with real world data sources to create precise civil engineering modeling scenarios that are effectively represented in highly realistic 3D visual format. This technology, which enhances the user’s ability to plan for the complex flood studies, bridge and infrastructure design, dam failure analysis, and stream realignment and restoration, advances the public’s interest in the development of sustainable global water engineering solutions.
CIO Review functions as a forum for the exchange of ideas and innovative developments in a variety of fields, from engineering to biotechnology and law. The annual lists of “best” companies compiled by CIO Review advance the organization’s mission to identify pioneering efforts and facilitate communication among leaders in a number of technological specialties.
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CivilGEO Inc. was created to provide a set of technologically sophisticated hydraulic modeling tools to civil engineers who place a premium on both efficiency and performance. GeoHECRAS represents innovative engineering software that speeds up HEC‑RAS model creation and review, resulting in better and more accurate results. The software rapidly constructs HEC‑RAS models from a variety of data sources, computes water surface profiles for steady and unsteady flow models, bridge and culvert roadway crossings, FEMA floodplain encroachments, stream restorations, inline reservoir structures, off-channel storage areas, and much more. For more information, contact us at: