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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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Building solutions products include Autodesk Revit Building, Autodesk Revit Structure, Autodesk Revit Systems, Autodesk Architectural Desktop, Autodesk Building Systems and Autodesk VIZ.
It was a serious advantage working with both Autodesk and Avatech for a seamless transition from AutoCAD to Autodesk Architectural Desktop and Autodesk Building Systems," said Charlie Marsden, President and Chief Operating Officer at Durrant.
Autodesk AutoCAD Revit Series -- Systems Plus combines Autodesk Building Systems 2007 with Autodesk Revit Systems into one comprehensive discipline-specific design solution to make it easier than ever for customers to experience the full benefits of BIM.
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Autodesk Building Systems 2004 offers customers improved productivity, accuracy and drawing coordination by providing the most complete application in the commercial building industry for the design and documentation of mechanical, electrical, plumbing (MEP) and fire protection systems.
Using Autodesk Building Systems to model the building's mechanical systems, HCE developed a 3D visualization that showed piping and ductwork spatial requirements for several options at a glance.
Creating the model with Autodesk Building Systems prior to starting construction allowed Sear-Brown to deliver a more comprehensive design with more detail provided for the construction phase.