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Looking for BIM resources to help you make the move to BIM or to maximize your current BIM investment? U.S. CAD is here to help. As a BIM consultant for the AECO (architecture, engineering, construction, and owner-operator) industry and Autodesk Platinum Partner, we understand the unique business and software challenges your organization faces. Get started now with some of our free resources below, or simply contact a member of our team to learn more about the training, software, and consulting services we provide.

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New to license management or need a quick refresher? Our Licensing Specialists show you some best practices, tools, and tips for managing your standalone and network Autodesk software licenses.

Customer Success Stories

Baker Electric – Flexible Training Options Improve Staff’s Technical Expertise

While Baker Electric focuses on the contracting side, the firm still finds tremendous value in implementing and adopting BIM. The firm partnered with U.S. CAD to design a training program that would help onboard new staff and increase technical expertise for all of its team members.

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RBF Consulting – An Education in Site/Civil BIM

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For RBF, BIM is far more than a modeling tool—it’s a translation of the firm’s decades of expertise into the virtual environment. Key in RBF’s successful transition and application of BIM has been to have the right tools that drive a full collaborative BIM process. In 2008, RBF partnered with U.S. CAD, an Autodesk Reseller, to meet its virtual design goals. With help from U.S. CAD, RBF relies on Navisworks Manage and AutoCAD Civil 3D.

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JBA Consulting – Engineering Firm Embraces BIM Frontiers

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JBA partnered with U.S. CAD, an Autodesk Reseller, in 2009 to assist in further development of the firm’s existing BIM technology platform and processes. At U.S. CAD’s recommendation, JBA bought additional licenses for Autodesk Revit and Navisworks Manage and began advanced training for engineers in its Las Vegas office.

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