To wrap up the year, we’re sharing this small illustration of our top highlights in 2014. Thank you to our clients and partners for helping us make this a successful year!
U.S. CAD has recently been awarded Platinum Partner status by Bluebeam Software.
Join us in July for a 5-part webinar series focused on technologies that can improve your workflow and productivity in Revit and Navisworks. During these 45-minute webinars, you’ll learn about the Top 5 tools, functions, or goals; you’ll also get a chance to ask questions of our Industry Experts!
Discover What’s New in Autodesk 2015
Join us from the comfort of your desk for the Online Solutions Tour featuring over six different sessions!
In June 2011, the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) selected Autodesk AutoCAD Civil 3D software for road and high design projects statewide. The agency has announced that all new projects, starting July 1, 2014, shall be designed using AutoCAD Civil 3D. Click here to read more about Caltrans’ plans to move to AutoCAD Civil 3D.
RSVP now for the San Diego Big BIM event on Thursday, April 10th!
Enjoy some of the best BBQ in the county with Phil’s BBQ and hear from special Autodesk guest speakers Scott Davis and Angel Espinoza, who will be discussing the latest Autodesk technology news and features. Don’t miss out on this annual update!
Ever model Revit elements on site topography and can’t quite get them to follow the exact contours? Want to learn how to build straight walls, curved walls, sidewalks, curbs, stairs, planters, roads, and other hardscape elements of any shape or size that follow the exact shape and contour of any site topography element? Then join Marcello Sgambellurifor one of our newest training classes in Los Angeles and Newport Beach!
U.S. CAD is now offering a new InfraWorks Basics training module that will help you gain the necessary skills to search for, import, and configure data to build a model of your area in Autodesk Infraworks. Each lesson covers a specific type of data, going in the recommended order from terrain to 3D models.