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Our team of industry experts has a unique level insight into the latest technologies and trends impacting design, construction and operations and maintenance. Reference this collection of resources contributed by the team to learn more about today's top topics.

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Building a process that ensures efficiency for any civil engineering project can be complex and difficult. Autodesk’s AutoCAD Civil 3D is one of the key design tools used for these types of projects where it is being implemented into various types of projects by the grand majority of civil engineers and designers. Civil 3D gives organizations and entities the capability to create 3D models of their projects with efficiency and consistency. As Civil 3D continues to be used more widely, understanding how to build a process and template for it is becoming increasingly important.

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Leverage The Pinnacle Series to learn the latest Autodesk and Bluebeam software tips, tricks, and workflows to improve your teams’ efficiency and productivity.

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Generative design is becoming an increasingly popular method for quickly exploring and determining design options. With the help of algorithms, the process mimics nature’s evolutionary approach to how we design, testing and improving with each new design iteration. For the AECO industry, generative design, also known as computational design or parametric design, is transforming how designers, engineers, and construction teams think and build. One of the earliest examples of generative design for AECO was for the 2008 Olympics’ Beijing National Stadium and National Aquatics Centre. Both structures have become two of the most iconic sports arenas due to their unique and innovative design, only possible with the use of generative design technology.

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Watch these clips as our Strategic Implementation Manager showcases how to make a successful transition to BIM. Now you can learn the entire BIM implementation process, from start to finish!

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Earlier this year, Microdesk announced it would be relocating its mid-town Manhattan office to a larger, 10,084 sq-ft office space at 5 Penn Plaza in September 2016. One of the biggest reasons for this move is due to the company’s explosive growth of AECO and Application Development professionals. So how has Microdesk been able to build such a strong company culture that drives innovation that attracts and retains the best talent?

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