Autodesk BIM Collaborate Pro,
AR, VR, XR, and Reality Capture,
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion,
BIM for commercial development is the global standard in the AEC industry. Residential sectors are seeing a slower adoption of this technology despite the advantages of its insight and savings potential throughout the project lifecycle.
By digitizing the design and management of a residential building project, teams can track material requirements, budgets, timelines, and changes. Connected BIM helps manage homeowner expectations, visualize final builds, and reduce material waste. As urbanization continues to push cities to their limits, this technology is essential for scaling more sustainable, efficient, and affordable housing.
This case study tells the story of how Rochester, NY-based Flower City Habitat for Humanity (FCHH) implemented laser scanning and cloud-enabled BIM for building and rehabilitating residential housing. Learn how FCHH leverages scan-to-BIM and Autodesk Build to streamline the project lifecycle and provide insight to all stakeholders.
- Summarize how reality capture can streamline residential building structural assessments
- Implement a collaborative design process where all stakeholders have input in the design and construction process
- Identify how BIM supports sustainable growth and residential urban development through residential restoration
- Discover how Autodesk Build enables a non-profit to scale construction projects