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Autodesk Navisworks Helps You Reduce Change Orders, Costs and Waste, Earlier in the Building Process

Posted by Rob W on December 15, 2010

Win and maintain more business by preventing costly, time-consuming change orders—and demonstrating value to your clients. Learn how Autodesk® Navisworks® software can help you reliably coordinate, review, analyze, and simulate construction from detailed 3D design information in any size or format from various disciplines—quickly, easily and cost-effectively.

This self-paced, on-demand screencast demonstrates how Autodesk Navisworks helps construction professionals address challenges with miscommunication, cost over-runs, and delays by improving communication and coordination across a building project with features such as:
• Model integration from various disciplines and formats
• Project review and visualization
• Model coordination
• Clash detection
• Construction sequencing and scheduling
• And more!
Watch the screencast on your own, at your own pace, or use it to host a learning session for others on your extended project team. This screencast is a great tool for both individual learning or to watch as a group!

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Autodesk Webcast for AIA Continuing Education Credit

Posted by Rob W on December 7, 2010

 

invites you to attend a free live webcast, The Future of Building, which highlights trends in technology and strategic vision within the AEC industry. This special webcast qualifies for 1.0 AIA HSW/SD continuing education credit.

Register Here

The Future of Building
Tuesday, December 14, 2010
10:00 – 11:00 a.m. Pacific Time
Presented by Phil Bernstein, FAIA, RIBA, LEED®AP, Vice President, Autodesk Industry Strategy & Relations for AEC

 

This one-hour webcast discusses how building, as a process and an industry, has seen dramatic shifts in recent history, most notably with the explosion of technology and digital processes. Many new thought-provoking ideas and concepts have emerged on the future of building, and most of these concepts have advanced technology at their core. Yet none of these visionary concepts could be successful without the people who power them. Please join Phil Bernstein as he addresses some of the leading ideas around the future of building, and examines the relationship between humans and technology and how this relationship will shape the future of the architecture industry.
This webcast qualifies for 1.0 AIA HSW/SD continuing education credit. During the webcast we will provide instructions for receiving credit or a certificate of completion for this session.

Want to learn more about Autodesk solutions for architects, designers and engineers? The Buildings Resource Center has free trials, whitepapers, webcasts and more.

Interested in other online presentations, such as Tips & Tricks screencasts and archived webcasts? Visit the Buildings Media Center for free educational materials.

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