NEWS & PERSPECTIVES
Headlines -- July 27, 2011
» Atkins expands strategic adoption of Autodesk BIM technology Autodesk
FARNBOROUGH, England – Autodesk, Inc., a leader in 3D design, engineering and entertainment software has signed an enterprise licensing agreement with Atkins, the U.K.’s largest engineering and design consultancy and the world’s 11th-largest design firm.
Headlines -- July 19, 2011
» Revolutionary Autodesk implementation, training and support solution now available Eagle Point Software
DUBUQUE, Iowa – Eagle Point Software Corporation announced the release of the next generation of its Pinnacle Series solution.
Exclusives -- July 13, 2011
» IPD and BIM, oranges and apples The Zweig Letter
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – Confused about integrated project delivery (IPD) and building information modeling (BIM)? As little three letter acronyms and similar concepts, it is easy to use the terms interchangeably or believe one necessitates the other, but this isn’t the case!
Headlines -- July 7, 2011
» GDOT reselects HNTB to lead innovative program delivery support services HNTB
ATLANTA — The Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT) hired HNTB Corporation to continue its role as the prime consultant for the department's Innovative Program Delivery Technical Support Services initiative.
Headlines -- July 5, 2011
» Tekla and Maruhide Koki provide an application called PIPELABO Tekla
Tokyo — With an application called PIPELABO, the 3D building information modeling (BIM) data of round and square steel pipes designed in Tekla Structures software can be automatically transformed into pipe cutting data for Maruhide's Pipe Coaster machines. This enables labor and cost savings and prevents incorrect data at data entry. The solution will be available as of July 1, 2011.
Headlines -- June 29, 2011
» Autodesk 2012 AEC software portfolio expands value of building information modeling Autodesk
SAN RAFAEL, Calif. – Autodesk, Inc., a leader in 3D design, engineering and entertainment software, announced its 2012 portfolio of software for the AEC industry. The updated portfolio supports the Building Information Modeling (BIM) process by offering comprehensive software solutions to help architects, engineers, planners, contractors, facility managers and owners in the building and infrastructure industries meet today’s business challenges. In addition to new and updated software products, Autodesk announced two new design suites for building design, construction and infrastructure professionals.