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Building Information Modeling
Create, Manage, and Deliver Projects Faster with BIM.
For Buildings & Infrastructure
Building Information Modeling (BIM) is an intelligent model–based process that provides insight for creating and managing building projects faster, more economically, and with less environmental impact. Autodesk® Building Design Suite provides a comprehensive portfolio of building solutions for both CAD and BIM workflows—giving architects, engineers, and contractors the capability to create compelling visualizations in one flexible, cost-effective package.
Complementing Autodesk® Revit® for BIM-based design and documentation is Autodesk’s broad portfolio of applications, including AutoCAD® software, Autodesk® Navisworks® for collaboration, and 3ds Max® Design for compelling visualizations.
Autodesk’s BIM solutions for building design can help you:
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BIM helps architects stay competitive in an increasingly complex business climate by giving them the ability to better predict the outcome of a building before it’s built.
BIM helps construction professionals visualize, simulate, and analyze a project before construction even begins.
BIM gives mechanical, electrical, and plumbing (MEP) engineering professionals the ability to better predict the outcome of their systems before they are built.
BIM helps structural engineers stay flexible and competitive by giving them the ability to better predict the outcome of their structures before they are built.
Autodesk BIM solutions help make sustainable design practices easier, more efficient, and less costly by enabling project participants to create coordinated, digital design information and documentation. This information can then be used to more accurately visualize and simulate performance, appearance, and cost, thereby helping to deliver the project faster, more economically, and with the potential for reduced environmental impact. Much of the specific information required for sustainable design, analysis, code compliance, and certification becomes routinely available as a by-product of the design process, helping to save time and money.