What’s New in Building?
Autodesk 2017 is here and with it comes many new features and tools for building and design professionals. Additionally, the overall building industry is changing rapidly. Discover what these changes mean for you.
Top 500 Design Firms 2016: Most Markets on the Rise
Thanks to federal legislation and other funding initiatives, the buildings market in the U.S. has continued to grow this year. Looking to the future, oil prices, the upcoming presidential election, and foreign economic and political turmoil will affect the market’s continued growth.
Revit 2017 Advances BIM for Future of Designing Buildings
With the 2017 release, Revit is now an all-in-one solution for architectural design, MEP and structural engineering professionals which is a move away from the Revit verticals in previous releases. As an all-in-one solution, Revit’s extended workflow will foster more efficient processes and collaboration.
Move quickly from design to fabrication with Autodesk Advance Steel 2017
Autodesk Advance Steel 2017 is built on the AutoCAD platform that is familiar to many users. Enhancements and new features in this release allow fabrication documents to be drafted and documented more easily to support BIM-enabled workflows.
BIM 360 Glue + Navisworks 2017: Reinforcing Construction Collaboration
As more and more focus is placed on digital collaboration in the cloud, enhancements are made to foster easier and more efficient collaboration between team members. Autodesk Navisworks 2017 and BIM 360 Glue offer a powerful connected solution for teams.
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