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Explore documented success stories and testimonials featuring the value of Autodesk technology and Partner services delivered to solve for critical business requirements and desired customer outcomes.
Chemicals & Equipment Company Streamlines Workflows
Koppers sells chemicals and equipment to pressure treat lumber. The Georgia office helps customers by specifying and designing equipment that blends and holds the chemicals and pressure treats the lumber. Everything Koppers delivers is custom designed and built for each customer. The mechanical design is installed at a facility that requires an extra layer of information. Precision and correct specifications are important to the company’s reputation for delivering quality products. Precision also enhances the likelihood of repeat business and referrals. As with most companies, delays cost money. Incorrect spec's lead to incorrect products and can double the amount of work and time needed to correct the error – i.e. returning the incorrect product, then remaking and reshipping the correct product.Koppers wanted to streamline the design and install workflows so all software users were using the products correctly and uniformly.
In the Transition to Revit, Everything Starts with the Database
Recognizing that Revit is where the industry is headed, Worth & Company made the decision to move from using Autodesk AutoCAD and Fabrication CADmep to Autodesk Revit. The company is in the midst of transitioning about 20 detailers from detailing in CADmep to Revit. “Fab parts now work well in Revit,” VDC Director Jon Harding related.Harding shared that, prior to this transition to Revit, he heard that company buy-in was important. Therefore, considerable effort has been invested over the past few years getting buy-in from leadership. “So, they can understand what they’re doing and why they’re doing it,” he explained. “It’s crucial for success.”
Standardizing the U.S. Army Corps Engineers Revit Template
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers needed to standardize their Revit 2016 template which had become modified, resulting in inconsistencies. These inconsistencies resulted in different groups using different versions of the template which needed to be updated and standardized. Not only did USACE need to update the template, but so did their extended ecosystem of consultants and the projects they were working on. Since the older Revit 2016 template had been modified by various consultants and on projects, the USACE was looking to update the template and then standardize within their organization.
Productivity Tracking with Assemble
Construction is a difficult game,” Hunt said. “There are a lot of things that make our job difficult. Working with our own data shouldn’t be one of them.” Dee Cramer has become one of the largest heating, ventilating, and air conditioning companies in the country. With productivity tracking in mind, what the company really needed was a live feed from the project’s Autodesk Revit model. If a user could change the status of the model’s components to live feed, Hunt knew the company could track the workflow, including hours, margin and profitability. Hunt said another motivation for making a change came from realizing the industry is moving toward designers being more willing to share their design content in native Revit with contractors before projects are awarded – in the pre-bid stage.
Progressing Forward with Vault
The company’s owner is a proponent of using up-to-date software to keep the company progressing forward and found that the Autodesk trend toward doing that aligned better with Sigma Thermal goals, particularly in the use of Autodesk AutoCAD, Autodesk AutoCAD Electrical, AutoCAD P&ID, and Autodesk Inventor.
Until 2016, Sigma Thermal was using Synergis Adept. Users found that the Autodesk Inventor integration was slow when using Adept, especially checking larger drawings in and out. Efficiency was suffering.
In addition, because Sigma Thermal is ISO9000 certified, everyone in the company – not just IT personnel, designers and engineering – needed access to project files, corporate information, procedures and the employee handbook.
A Single Document Management Solution
Many companies experience the challenge of having different teams working on the same project while using a variety of tools that may not communicate with each other. Cleveland Electric found that achieving the company’s important goals was made more difficult because of scattered software solutions and workflows and the use of multiple document solutions. As Jason Stewart, Electrical Project Manager, put it, “Document control was a problem. We needed to get everything to one platform in the same location.” The company’s legacy workflow involved keeping job files on inhouse servers. SharePoint, Bluebeam Studio and Microsoft Teams were locations where project information would be held and organized. Along with the spread-out workflows, most communications – internal and external – were by email. GC communications added another layer to that.
Revit Implementation to Stay Competitive
A few years ago, Limbach leadership began seeing an increasing demand for Revit-only projects on the East Coast of the US and the Midwest. National VDC Manager Mark Lamberson became aware of customer comments like, "Why aren’t you in Revit yet?"
“We were a leading firm,” he said, “but were not the preferred company because of something as simple as that in some instances.” That spawned the decision to support the switch to Autodesk Revit and create a team to implement it. “We had to do it.” People with 30 years of AutoCAD experience had to completely change the way they did things.
The company took the transition slowly, with some branches transitioning earlier than others. Lamberson monitored how groups were doing in their adoption.
When Limbach began its Revit implementation, it was involved in mega-projects around the country, so the company wasn’t able to adopt Revit completely on a massive project. Implementation began in bits and pieces, and large jobs lagged behind.
Molex Reduces Design Time by up to 90%, Ultimately Saving 120 Hours per Project
Molex, a manufacturer of electronic solutions, was looking to build out their PoE (power over Ethernet) lighting schedule. Since Molex works with complex systems and larger buildings, their PoE are powered from a central location and goes through multiple components that distribute the power and control to the lights and each piece of equipment. This limits the amount of power for each lighting circuit and the number of lights that the system could control and power.
Single Source of Truth for KSC's Data
KSC needed to improve its approach and business process workflows when developing and using shop drawings. Even though different departments had parallel workflows at the same time, they were not pulling from a single source of information.
Workflow Automation - Processes Reduced From Hours to Minutes
Lerch Bates, an elevator consultant engineering company, was struggling to maintain enough qualified drafters and engineers to keep up with their ever-growing workload. The team was being slowed down by the tedious and time-consuming manual process related to the initial design process of elevators. Lerch Bates was in conversation with Applied Software around software renewals, when the Autodesk Service Provider asked them if there were any workflows that could be made smoother for the team.
Applied Software Support is a Workforce Multiplier
Gary Hill Engineering's greatest challenge when using AutoCAD Civil 3D was learning how to make the best use of styles – the way you assemble drawings. Compared to layer-driven design using script files, Hill describes paper space and model space as a huge change in the way engineers assemble drawings and accomplish design work. “Civil 3D was a fundamental change in how you did design work,” Hill says. “Instead of layers and blocks, styles and feature lines became important.”