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H. Edward Goldberg


Edward Goldberg, AIA, NCARB, is a practicing licensed architect and AEC industry analyst. Visit his Web site at http://www.hegra.com.


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AEC From the Ground Up: The Building Information Model   1 Nov, 2004
By: AIA ,H. Edward Goldberg

Is BIM the future for AEC design?

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Autodesk Revit 7   1 Nov, 2004
By: AIA ,H. Edward Goldberg

Less than one year after the last major release, Autodesk announced Revit 7, the latest update to its parametric building modeler. I reviewed a prerelease version of this program, as well as the Revit-based structural engineering and MEP engineering applications that are currently in beta release....more >>

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First Look: VisionREZ   1 Oct, 2004
By: AIA ,H. Edward Goldberg

In my review of architectural desktop 2005, June 2004, I gave the program a 5-star, highly recommended rating as superb and productive architectural software. There is one caveat. Architectural Desktop as it comes out of the box is an all-purpose architectural product that you must configure for...more >>

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AEC From the Ground Up: Plant and Piping Software   1 Oct, 2004
By: AIA ,H. Edward Goldberg

A Large segment of the CAD industry is dedicated to plant piping software. Designers and engineers in any industry that moves or manufactures liquids use this genre of software. Piping systems are found in locations as diverse as oil platforms, atomic energy plants, and food and beverage...more >>

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AEC From the Ground Up: Are You Up to Standards?   15 Sep, 2004
By: AIA ,H. Edward Goldberg

One of the best ways to ensure that your CAD department is productive is to create and work according to a set of CAD standards. Doing so helps new employees learn their jobs quickly, speeds projects to completion with greater accuracy, and facilitates more effective data exchange with clients and...more >>

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AEC From the Ground Up: Multimedia Presentation Tools   16 Aug, 2004
By: AIA ,H. Edward Goldberg

For 2004, industry trends are heading toward high-quality digital presentations for presentation boards, the Internet, and CD-ROM and DVD.

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Architectural Desktop 2005   1 Jun, 2004
By: AIA ,H. Edward Goldberg

Autodesk's updated architectural tools make a strong team.

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Autodesk Building Systems 2005   1 Jun, 2004
By: AIA ,H. Edward Goldberg

AUTODESK BUILDING SYSTEMS 2005 is a comprehensive solution for building engineering. Built on the object CAD technology of Architectural Desktop 2005, Autodesk Building Systems 2005 includes features for architects and structural engineers as well as all the functionality of AutoCAD 2005, enabling...more >>

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Keep Up with AEC Technology   10 Apr, 2004
By: AIA ,H. Edward Goldberg

Revitalized A|E|C SYSTEMS howcases new technology for architecture, construction, and facilities management.

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Autodesk Embraces BIM   1 Mar, 2004
By: AIA ,H. Edward Goldberg

Since Autodesk purchased Revit, a seeming competitor to its flagship Architectural Desktop, the AEC community has been wondering, "Where is Autodesk going?" Both products are intelligent building modelers with similar 3D capabilities. This month, I'll clarify the structure and direction...more >>

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