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Architecture, Engineering and Construction working as one

Autodesk is the Architecture, Engineering, and Construction (AEC) industry鈥檚 partner in the future of design and construction.

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Design, Build and Operate more efficiently

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Empowering contractors to work smarter

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Generate, Evaluate and Evolve Design Options

 

Explore AEC's global construction opportunity

70% of the world's population will live in cities by 2050. How can the architecture, engineering and construction professions help the world keep up with a growing urban population in a sustainable way?

The benefits of prefabrication

The evolution of Dfma

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Women in AEC

Meet the innovators changing the architecture, engineering and construction industry.

  • Erleen Hatfield

    Managing Partner, Hatfield Group

    Erleen Hatfield has blazed trails throughout her 27-year career, bringing design-driven structural engineering to major projects.

  • Jennifer Suerth

    VP, Technical Services

    A key advisor to project teams, Jennifer provides strategic direction around constructability and implementation.

  • Lorien Barlow

    Director, Hard Hatted Woman

    Produced and directed by Lorien, Hard Hatted Woman was the first feature-length documentary about women in construction.

  • Nidhi Sekhar

    Senior Computational Designer

    The leader of a design and research group focused on the use of automation to improve decision-making and speed in the design process.

What's new in AEC?

AEC Excellence Awards 2019 Winners Revealed!

The global competition is an incredible way to showcase and recognize the best AEC projects using BIM and innovative technologies.

AU Las Vegas Registration Now Open!

Don't miss out on the conference for those who design and make the world around us. AU connects thousands of professionals from the Architecture, Engineering and Construction industry, November 18-21.

How BLOX Doubled Efficiency and Quality with Lean Design & Construction Data

See how a family-owned architecture and design firm grew to be a nationwide leader in building hospitals and other similar buildings.

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