Integrated engineering with Autodesk:
How engineering firms are working smarter to achieve better business outcomes
Building Information Modeling (BIM) is the foundation of digital transformation in the Architecture, Engineering, and Construction industry.
In a BIM environment, multiple design disciplines can work together closely in a more coordinated way. By streamlining workflows, BIM enables teams to collaborate better and avoid costly rework and schedule delays. But to keep pace with client demands and fast-moving industry, engineering firms are now building on this BIM foundation to unlock its power in even smarter ways.
The power of integrated engineering
Design teams are taking advantage of more integrated engineering processes enabled by data-rich models built using Autodesk® Revit®. These integrated workflows support even greater collaboration and communication across the entire project lifecycle and serve as a launching point for more integrated analysis and calculations, designing for constructability, and design automation.
Here are four key ways Autodesk-powered integrated engineering workflows are making new levels of innovation and problem-solving possible, and projects more profitable:
- Deliver better projects faster with seamless collaboration.
By connecting Revit models through the cloud using BIM Collaborate Pro, project stakeholders have visibility and access to accurate, up-to-date information whenever they need it.
- Optimise designs and win more work with design optioneering.
Design optioneering lets project teams rapidly explore design options to find the best engineering solution.
- Streamline processes and reduce risk with integrated analysis.
Calculating and storing all engineering data in one centralised, data-rich model cuts out redundant work, avoids errors, and automates downstream detailing.
- Accelerate productivity and retain top talent with design automation.
Revit’s built-in design automation tools eliminate repetitive, time-consuming tasks so engineers can focus on higher value, innovative work and accelerate their productivity.
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