Published By: ManufactOn
Published Date: Mar 27, 2017
Today, the architectural, engineering and construction (AEC) industry is on the edge of a tremendous shift — beginning to learn and benefit from the newly nimble manufacturing trends of what is being identified as the Third Industrial Revolution, and further fueled by a culture of innovation and expectation that technology will help construction.
Published By: Autodesk
Published Date: Sep 04, 2014
Building Information Modeling (BIM) is an integrated process that involves creating and using an intelligent 3D model to inform and communicate project decisions. Today, more than 70% of building designs are based on BIM—and the trend toward BIM designs is accelerating.*
In fact, manufacturers that create and provide quality BIM-ready product models to AEC firms can increase the likelihood that firms will specify their products.**
Get the white paper, BIM content creation: a how-to guide for building product manufacturers, to learn about creating BIM content through in-house development, outsourcing, or working with Autodesk.
*McGraw-Hill Construction, "The Business Value of BIM in North America: Multi-Year Trend Analysis and User Ratings (2007–2012)"
** Autodesk Seek User Survey Results, 2013
Architects and engineers focus on functionality, cost effectiveness and efficiency. Yet many firms fail to apply those same standards to sharing large files with their clients. Read this E-Book to learn how your firm can beat your competitors who use traditional file sharing solutions:
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Functionality, cost effectiveness and efficiency drive your firm. Apply those standards to sharing large files if you want to beat competitors who use standard, less professional file-sharing tools with clients. Read this e-book to discover how you and your firm can:
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Do you know why data encryption is important for your firm? Read this eBook to learn how using advanced encryption allows you to:
Avoid costly security missteps, leaks, and hacks. Protect your firm's reputation while meeting clients' cyber security expectations. Eliminate paperwork and other time-consuming processes associated with data storage and sharing.
Tight schedules, cost challenges and lack of visibility can strain relationships in the Architecture, Engineering and Construction (AEC) market. As new technologies raise owner expectations, you need to respond rapidly to customer needs with on-target solutions. You need to know how to anticipate and exceed owners’ expectations. You need to deliver on multiple fronts, including:
• Be a partner not just a supplier: Owners are looking for irreplaceable partners who transparently deliver value.
• Achieve more predictable outcomes: Partnerships build from developing plans, mitigating risks and delivering.
• Deliver on time and on budget: Firms must meet expectations precisely and avoid costly waste and delays.
• Be involved from day one: Owners now expect visibility and involvement across the project.
• Deliver something unexpected: AEC firms need to deliver unique, surprising solutions.
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Imagine this - what if managing your AEC projects and firm information could be as simple as managing your iTunes or Spotify library? What if everything related to your projects was in one place and easy to find? What if you could access it from anywhere, anytime and all of the information was organized, categorized, and easy to search? Just think of what that could do to your productivity.
Find out how project information management is helping AEC firms protect valuable IP while driving efficiency, productivity and governance across their organization.
How implementing online collaboration and project management technology can revolutionize the architecture, engineering and construction industry's communication, efficiency and overall project completion