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Intergraph Process, Power and Offshore

30.05.2003

Intergraph Process, Power & Offshore names 2003 Golden Valve Award Computer Graphics Contest Winners


HUNTSVILLE, Ala., April 11, 2003 - On behalf of the Process & Power Client Community, the Intergraph Process, Power & Offshore division of Intergraph Corporation <Nasdaq: INGR> is awarding more than $8,100 (U.S.) in cash prizes and complimentary conference registrations to the creators of winning entries in the Golden Valve Awards computer graphics competition for 2003. Winning entries are displayed at ppo.intergraph.com/ppo/library/gv2003. An awards ceremony is scheduled during the International Process & Power 2003 conference September 24-26 in Las Vegas, Nevada, where the winning entries also will be displayed.


Showcasing Customer Expertise


The annual Golden Valve competition showcases the expertise of customers using Intergraph Process, Power & Offshore software including SmartPlant® Review and PDS™. Award winners receive international recognition for entries, which are often published in industry magazines and appear in the division's marketing materials and on its Web site. High-quality images of winning entries are available to editors and art directors of industry print and Web publications. The 2003 competition, which featured two new categories, Most Visually Complex Model and Working Views, drew a record number of entries.


And the Winners Are…


Seppo Paulin, Rintekno Oy, Espoo, Finland, wins first place in the Rendering and Ray Traces category for "Forchem Oy Tall Oil Fractionation Plant." Paulin receives $500 and free conference registration.


2003 Golden Valve Award Winners, May 30, 2003
by Intergraph Process, Power & Offshore




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