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Q&A with Rick Rundell: Technology, the Contractor, and the Future   16 Jan, 2013

Autodesk director says construction will become a more precise, more efficient endeavor based on "digital reality" rather than abstract geometry.More>>

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Bentley Systems Pursues Information Mobility for Infrastructure Projects   26 Nov, 2012

The AEC software solutions provider envisions a world where information retains its value as it moves through the project lifecycle.More>>

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Vectorworks Updates CAD/BIM Product Line   18 Sep, 2012

Version 2013 of the company’s design software portfolio improves 3D modeling, rendering, interoperability, BIM workflows, and overall performance. More>>

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Autodesk Announces Revit LT   4 Sep, 2012

At $4,500 less than full Revit, it is designed to help small AEC firms more easily transition to BIM.More>>

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CAD: Just Another Tool in Your Toolbox   29 Jul, 2012

Think of your job as managing the design process — not the design tools — and you’ll be poised for success.More>>

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