Management

ABS 2004 in a Nutshell

1 Dec, 2003 By: Cadalyst Staff


Autodesk Building Services 2004 seamlessly adds building services engineering graphics and data to Autodesk’s BIM (building information modeling) system. When combined with an Architectural Desktop model, it provides intelligent engineering AEC objects and full interactivity between the architectural and engineering elements of a virtual building. It creates 2D plans and drawings and a 3D model as a byproduct of building systems engineering design and layout activities, providing increased productivity and efficiency to the building engineering process.

Autodesk recommends that you run Building Services 2004 on a system with 1.7GHz or greater Intel Pentium 4 or AMD-K7 processor. Your system should have 1GB RAM and 1GB free hard drive space with Microsoft Windows XP/2000/NT operating system.


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Are you responsible for any CAD management duties (conducting training, implementing software, establishing standards, etc.)?
Yes: I am a full-time CAD manager
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