Three Ways BIM is Revolutionizing AEC

This article is based on an original piece by Carol Dunn that was published on the Applied Software Blog. Click HERE to read the original in its entirety. Some of us remember the years when drawings were laid out by…

5 Things Vault Workgroup Users Need to Know

This article was originally featured on the KETIV blog. To read the original in its entirety, click HERE. Autodesk has announced the retirement of Vault Workgroup. This means that new versions of the solution will no longer be released, and…

How New Federal Legislation and Digitalization are Enhancing America’s Infrastructure

Wednesday, June 23, 2021. It’s 11:50 a.m. on a beautiful summer morning in Washington, D.C. when a construction worker abruptly slams on his brakes while driving to work. He first hears a loud crack and then immediately sees a pedestrian…

What’s New in Revit 2023

So, as you may or may not know already, Revit 2023 is out!!  Yeah!  In this article, we will explore some of the new features of Revit 2023.  This article is certainly not a comprehensive list of all of the…

Autodesk examines how the strategic alliance with iOFFICE + SpaceIQ benefits owner-operators

In a previous post on the GovDesignHub, we caught up with Nick Stefanidakis, General Manager at iOFFICE + SpaceIQ—a leading facilities management solutions provider, to discuss the announcement of his company’s recent strategic alliance with Autodesk and the value the…

Smarter Facility Decisions Through Unified Design and Operations Data

With the native integration between Autodesk’s AEC Collection and iOFFICE + SpaceIQ’s Archibus IWMS, building owners and operators have a more seamless way to be successful throughout a building’s lifecycle. In this datasheet, you will learn how this native integration…

Autodesk Construction Cloud: What general contractors need to know

General contractors are often considered the heart of a construction project. In a single project, they are responsible for bidding on contracts, confirming subcontractors, applying for building permits, hiring personnel, securing property, providing temporary utilities on-site, and providing site surveying,…

AutoCAD 2023 – What’s new and exciting?

The number 5 has a lot of significance. Humans have 5 senses, 5 fingers on each hand, 5 toes on each foot, basketball games are comprised of 5 players on each team, there are 5 vowels in the English alphabet…

Civil 3D 2023 – What’s new and exciting? Part II

Last week in Part I of “Civil 3D 2023—What’s new and exciting?”, we explored the new performance enhancements, corridor modeling updates, and drawing transformation improvements. In Part II of our series, we will examine how Autodesk has updated Civil 3D’s…