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Heather Livingston


Cadalyst contributing editor Heather Livingston is a Wichita, Kansas–based freelance writer specializing in design, sustainability, and architectural technology. She also works with the American Society for Healthcare Engineering of the American Hospital Association.


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Mass-Produced Design   11 Jan, 2012
By: Heather Livingston

Trendy crowdsourcing is fueling product innovation — and the disapproval of some professionals.

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The Sky Is Not the Limit   2 Nov, 2011
By: Heather Livingston

Advances in BIM and software interoperability are helping propel a boom in supertall building construction.

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How to Hire a Great BIM Manager   26 Sep, 2011
By: Heather Livingston

The best leaders have several traits in common — and a few of them might surprise you.

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CAD It Yourself   27 Jul, 2011
By: Heather Livingston

Tech Trends: DIYers are moving out of the garage and into view of companies offering sophisticated tools and services that fuel creativity.

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Will BIM Make CAD Irrelevant? At Larson & Darby, the Answer Is 'No'   25 Jan, 2011
By: Heather Livingston

A transition to Autodesk Revit doesn't need to be an all-or-nothing proposition. Day to day, AutoCAD still gets the job done eloquently.

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Companies Respond to Green Building Demand   10 Dec, 2008
By: Heather Livingston

Autodesk makes a splash and Bentley tests the water at Greenbuild Conference.

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PDF Tool Enhances Mainstay Design App   5 Nov, 2008
By: Heather Livingston

PDF creation and conversion become cheap and green with Bluebeam PDF Revu 6.5's CAD-specific functions.

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It's Been a Busy Year for AIA   8 Oct, 2008
By: Heather Livingston

The institute releases new IPD docs and bestows the '08 BIM Awards.

News
Parasolid Pumps Up Vectorworks ’09   17 Sep, 2008
By: Heather Livingston

Modeling kernel speeds up the design software and provides more flexibility.

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Empowering the “I” in BIM   10 Sep, 2008
By: Heather Livingston

Solibri CEO Jonathan Widney shares his thoughts on the direction BIM is heading and how Solibri is finding its niche.