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How to get Revit’s Places to go where you want. by Shanoc Halliday

Back in the day when I used AutoCAD, any project that I was working on would be set up with little folders in the Open Dialog Box “Places”. Oh, the joy as I knew what was where and that I [...]

November 21, 2016 Captain Bimcad, Tips and Tricks
Autodesk Podcast

Explore the Future of the Built Environment with Autodesk’s New Podcast Channel

Do you work in the architecture, engineering, or construction industry? Then this new iTunes podcast channel is for you. The Autodesk AEC podcast channel will capture thoughts from Autodesk executives, customers, partners, industry experts, students and even media on trends [...]

July 2, 2015 Industry
A2K's events and workshops

A2K Regional Technology Days for AEC – July 2015

If you’re in Wollongong, Bathurst, Coffs Harbour or Albury, get a taste for new software and hardware taking the architecture, engineering and construction industry by storm! Join us for a free A2K-hosted event showcasing the latest intelligent design solutions for [...]

June 22, 2015 Events
Bluebeam Revu Australia

Expedite Critical AEC Work Processes with Bluebeam Revu

A2K is pleased to announce we are now partnering with innovative software company, Bluebeam to offer our customers Revu, a solution to create, markup and edit 2D and 3D PDFs. Unlike other PDF solutions, Bluebeam Revu’s features were designed with [...]

June 10, 2015 Technology
National Construction Code 2015

New National Construction Code with Performance-Based Requirements Now in Effect

The Australian Building Codes Board has combined all on-site building and plumbing requirements into a single National Construction Code (NCC), which came into effect on 1 May, 2015. The four-volume NCC provides the minimum necessary requirements for safety, health, amenity [...]

May 7, 2015 Industry
Nissan Motorsports Event

Join us at Nissan Motorsports HQ in Melbourne

Update: Spaces are now full but a second event will be held in August. The date will be announced soon, but you can express your interest now. Ever wondered what goes on behind the scenes of an elite motor racing [...]

May 4, 2015 Events, Technology
Rutherford Rocket

3D Printed Rocket Engine Set to Launch New Zealand Into Space

New Zealand aerospace company, Rocket Lab, plans to regularly deploy satellites into space using a rocket made of 3D-printed parts. The rocket is set to boost the New Zealand space industry with the ability to launch small satellites cost-effectively and [...]

April 27, 2015 Technology
Google's proposed new headquarters

Plans for Google’s New Futuristic Headquarters Unveiled

Google has unveiled plans for its gargantuan new biodome-like headquarters in Mountain View, California – and it’s not just architecture, it’s a shift in engineering and society. Large translucent canopies will cover each site, controlling the climate inside yet letting [...]

March 2, 2015 Industry, Videos
BIM Interoperability

BIM Interoperability – Integrating Structural Design and Documentation Models

Structural engineers using BIM today have a lot of items on their wish list. High on that list for most of them – if not at the very top – is a unified model for documentation and design. That kind [...]

January 27, 2015 Industry, Technology

Latest Occupation Outlook Report Shows High Demand for Engineers in New Zealand

Engineering within the construction and infrastructure and manufacturing sectors has been recognised as having some of the highest career prospects in New Zealand. The 2015 Occupation Outlook report, released this week by the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment, brings [...]

January 22, 2015 Industry