BIM News

Vectorworks UK and Ireland Partner with CMYK Digital Solutions

Collaboration will expand design solutions in Scotland

BIM News

Vectorworks, Inc. Earns Product Technology Recognition with Three More Awards

Company recognized as “One to Watch,” “Best BIM Software Developer” and “Leading Providers of BIM & CAD Design Software”

Analysis

BIM - No Shortcuts

There is a growing number of people and resources talking about #BIM. It has been said that BIM changes workflow, requires training, is expensive, complicated and a new software…The bottom line: BIM is a process, ...

Opinion

Building Information Modelling Uses and the Swiss Army Knife

The Swiss Army Knife is a beautiful piece of Engineering. It is a collection of tools that are integrated in a highly efficient manner so it is portable and effective in getting you out of ...

BIM News

BUILD Magazine Names Vectorworks a “2018 Ones to Watch” Award Winner

The program recognizes companies for innovation, design and service.

BIM News

Bentley Systems Announces Finalists in the Year in Infrastructure 2018 Awards Program

Bentley Systems, Incorporated, a leading global provider of comprehensive software solutions for advancing infrastructure, today announced the finalists in the Year in Infrastructure 2018 Awards program.

BIM News

2018 Vectorworks Design Summit to Deliver Two Can’t-Miss Keynotes

Architect Antoine Predock and Vectorworks CEO Dr. Biplab Sarkar to headline event

BIM News

PixelFLEX™ and Vectorworks, Inc. Partner for an LED Video Showcase at AIA Conference

Industry leaders in technology innovation set to demonstrate the creative potential of a dynamic architectural or commercial design in booth 1157 inside the Javits Center

Opinion

BIM & FM - It’s a Circular Thing

In this article Steve Owen (Managing Director, FM180 Ltd) highlights the psychology between the less than harmonious relationships that can occur among project participants and what can be done to solve it.

BIM News

Eiffel Tower Grand Site unveiled in 3D for the very first time thanks to BIM

We saw the unveiling of the 3D model created by Autodesk that will be used during the restoration of the Eiffel Tower grand site – all 2.4 square kilometers of it.