Technology is changing the way that the construction industry designs and delivers large scale and complex projects. The design platforms we provide to our customers allow them to design, model, visualise and understand how new assets will perform and integrate within the existing environment, long before any work is started on site. This technology needs to be implemented correctly if it is to be used successfully to deliver the benefits it promises.
At Cadline, we have been working with customers to enhance the way that they deliver projects for three decades. e applications like Autodesk Revit and BIM 360 are disrupting traditional design processes and delivering superior output and increased productivity. They support faster decisions and an iterative design workflow that results in the best possible solution. Projects delivered using this new technology have been developed using a model based approach. This approach allows us to build a detailed digital view of the project providing deep insights into the outcomes of our design decisions.
Data has never been more readily available and in a collaboration with Ordnance Survey, we have developed a solution that takes map data and produces an accurate model of existing conditions within Autodesk InfraWorks. Autodesk InfraWorks is used to create design options for development sites through the concept and design phases of a project.
We have unrivalled experience in transforming the way that businesses design and deliver building projects. No two businesses are the same and each needs a tailored implementation and adoption programme that prepares them for the demands of this new approach to digital construction.
For more information about Cadline and the services we offer contact us on [email protected] or visit cadline.co.uk
Articles written by Cadline on Designing Buildings Wiki.
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