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Robins and Morton recognized for construction efforts

on Wednesday,December 01,2010 19:12

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When an architecture firm sees a steady amount of success, it may be recognized for its positive impact on the industry with an award. Recently, Robins and Morton won the Autodesk Building Information Modeling (BIM) Experience award for its work in the construction field.

Robins and Morton is a construction contractor firm that has been helping businesses with program management since 1946. Its employees provide clients with the guidance they need throughout pre-construction and building development. Autodesk recognized Robins and Morton for providing assistance on more than 35 different projects and using environmentally friendly construction methods.

"During construction, as a general rule, we require BIM submittals from our subcontractors," said Aaron Wright, BIM coordinator for Robins and Morton. "We combine their fabrication models with the design models in Navisworks Manage to help with clash detection and resolution to foster team collaboration and coordination."

Autodesk also recognized Robins and Morton for its efforts to create more efficient designs to build complex structures in a small amount of time.

Architect jobs are predicted to increase by 16 percent over the next eight years, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. 

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