I have spent over ten years on the architectural side of the building industry working at a variety of scales, from private residences to a Federal courthouse to large community hospitals. No matter the scale or complexity, effective processes hinged on efficient collaboration between designers, trades, and consultants.
In this post, I discuss how I have leveraged integrated Autodesk technology to bring complex teams closer together. While the projects discussed involve large teams, I find myself using many of these tools today on smaller scale projects due to their efficacy and efficiency.
Technology & Design
Technology allows for building teams to remain efficient even while dispersed. Often consultants can be located across the country, or world, while your own team might be producing drawings and design work in multiple offices.
While technical information and data can be effectively shared across platforms, it is often design intent that is lost. Over the years, we have refined how we communicate a client’s passions, the energy of a user group meeting, or even the texture of a material on site. Many of the tools to support the communication of these more qualitative pieces of information within AutoCAD are less known. Outlined below are some of the tools we use to support disparate project teams. Read More
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