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Autodesk

(Autodesk, Inc., San Rafael, CA, www.autodesk.com) A leading provider of computer-aided design (CAD) software, founded in 1982. It introduced AutoCAD in its first year, and three years later, became the first PC CAD company to go public. The company has since expanded its product line to include design software for multimedia and home improvement. The company has more than four million users in more than 150 countries, and its products are available in more than 20 foreign languages. See AutoCAD.
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Mazzetti & Associates' short timetable for deploying Autodesk Building Systems 2004 required an aggressive rollout program.
With their assistance, we have secured a successful implementation of Autodesk Building Systems on our first projects and we look forward to continued success as the product is rolled out to the rest of the company.
Autodesk Building Systems 2004 features a number of new and enhanced tools that reduce design time and increase accuracy for MEP engineers.
Autodesk Building Systems software makes it easy to create custom and manufacturer-specific content, speeding the design of the system.
For more information about localized content for Autodesk Building Systems 3, contact your local reseller.
Autodesk Building Systems software offers engineers accurate 3D content with flexible tools to quickly and easily create precise digital data models and drawings of mechanical and electrical building systems.
Autodesk Building Mechanical and Autodesk Building Electrical are part of the Autodesk building systems family of products.
Autodesk Building Systems 2007 is better, faster AutoCAD for mechanical/electrical/plumbing (MEP) engineers, designers and drafters that can increase productivity, accuracy and coordination -- from conceptual design through construction documentation.
AEI) has standardized on Autodesk Building Systems software for multiple major projects including the 142,000-square-foot Comer 2 Emergency Department addition to the University of Chicago Hospital.
LEA), a leading mechanical and electrical engineering firm based in Long Island, NY, has adopted Autodesk Building Systems software to more productively and accurately create construction documentation and improve coordination across project teams.
Autodesk delivered Kimball Associates a comprehensive solution including DWF Composer, Autodesk Architectural Desktop, Autodesk Buzzsaw and Autodesk Building Systems software products to help the firm improve construction documentation, accelerate the design process, facilitate communication with partners and help its clients realize their ideas faster.
They can also accelerate their work and automate coordination by linking bidirectionally to any available 3D architectural or MEP engineering models from Autodesk Architectural Desktop, Autodesk Revit Building or Autodesk Building Systems.