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Building information modeling (BIM) is rising quickly to address the challenges of a changing built environment. Yet most users say they’ve only scratched the surface of it’s full potential.
Infographic: Rising to Meet the Future
Rise to meet the challenges of modernizing and expanding a sustainably built world with the innovation capabilities of full-scale digitalization.
White paper: Strategic Industry Foresight
Learn about Autodesk’s vision for how technology can deliver a more profitable, resilient and agile industry, and a better-built environment.
Asset owners are leaning on civil engineering firms for innovative approaches to their projects. Already a proven technology in the vertical world, building information modeling is now breaking into horizontal, enabling you to take on new asset types — and new clients.
Executive summary: Better Business Results with BIM
The evidence is clear; BIM is especially well-suited for infrastructure applications. Not only does it improve workflows across the project lifecycle, but its highly visual nature also helps you win work and get faster buy-in from decision-makers.
The investment you make in technology today will carry forward to tomorrow with Autodesk's deep roadmap into the future of infrastructure. Become a partner with Autodesk now to consolidate software vendors and be ready as we evolve even more advanced capabilities in BIM, generative design and more.