Explore new possibilities in AEC design

To meet rising demand for sustainability, efficiency, and certainty, while responding to rapid urbanization, and securing business continuity, leading AEC firms are exploring new possibilities for building cities more efficiently and responsibly.

  • Innovation in design

    Empowered by unprecedented access to technology, design professionals and engineers are leveraging data, automation, and insights to tackle some of the industry’s biggest challenges.

    Learn how these technology-enabled advancements support better design and a more profitable business.

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Driving design outcomes for new possibilities

By beginning with clear project objectives, teams use a generative design process to rapidly explore design options and optimize around performance goals.

How Stamhuis optimized store layouts at high speed

When Netherlands based retail builder Stamhuis set out to redesign stores, they had two goals: optimize the updated stores for customer behavior and design for rapid, hyper-efficient construction. With generative design, that’s exactly what they did.

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How GHD reinvented their master planning process

Professional services company GHD reorganized around outcome-based design in order to deliver certainty in the face of ever-more complex projects on increasingly tight timelines, with budgets that leave no room for error.

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DfMA and the dawn of industrialized construction

The pace of construction is increasing in a resource-constrained world. To rise to the challenge, AEC firms are discovering how to improve design and design methods. Applying Design for Manufacturing and Assembly (DfMA) principles allows them to enable and optimize prefabrication and the productization of traditional construction processes.

How Bryden Wood unlocked efficiencies with DfMA

With over 25 years of experience in construction, multi-disciplinary firm Bryden Wood went all in on DfMA to deliver for clients while achieving cost certainty on projects. That meant integrating automation, connected technology, and onsite manufacturing throughout their process and achieving new efficiencies and improved performance along the way.

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Digital project delivery

Cloud collaboration is enabling a new era of project delivery grounded in a common data environment. By centralizing all design and construction data in the cloud,

How TES Group used cloud collaboration to power innovation and business growth

TES Group, a water and power technology engineering expert specializing in critical infrastructure, enhanced its digital capabilities and project delivery through Autodesk’s common data environment. The move allowed them to drive innovation and succeed on higher-value projects.

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Rethinking work environments for the new normal

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