ACPV wins award for success in architectural design
on Thursday,October 21,2010 21:10
Autodesk, Inc., a design and engineering company, takes the time to recognize companies who have succeeded in the industry with the Autodesk Building Information Modeling (BIM) Experience Award. This week, Antonio Citterio Patricia Viel and Partners (ACPV) received the award for its efforts in the field of interior and architectural design.
ACPV was commended for its work on all projects, beginning with the initial stages of developing design concepts. The company also incorporated Autodesk BIM resources into a number of its projects, ranging from three-dimensional design to animation.
"Quality means not making mistakes," said Paolo Emilio Serra, engineer for ACPV. "It means finding and correcting errors before the design process is completed and the construction phase has begun. That's how we save a considerable amount of time and resources. BIM makes it possible."
Architect jobs are expected to grow by 16 percent within the next eight years, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. The demand for graphic designers is also predicted to increase by 2018. Solutions, such as BIM, can help designers create a plan to develop an architectural, graphic or 3-D model for clients.
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