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Nancy Mann Jackson

August 20, 2013
Storing Big Data: New Technology Helps Organize and Protect Agencies’ Electronic Information premium
New standards and technologies in the Information Age have given architecture, engineering and construction (AEC) firms both new benefits and challenges. For instance, when the General Services Administration mandated that all government projects must be designed electronically using building information modeling (BIM), the industry began experiencing a number of benefits in building quality. However, the […]
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July 18, 2013
Green Building Gets Easier with New Tools premium
When the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) wanted to renovate the Martin Luther King, Jr., federal building (MLK) in downtown Atlanta, a Depression-era building that originally served as the central postal facility for the Southeast, sustainability was an important part of the process. The $62 million renovation and rehabilitation of the MLK building, overseen by […]
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February 5, 2013
Autodesk Employees Volunteer with KnowledgeWell to Help Preserve Historic Kosrae Using Reality Capture Software and BIM premium
Kosrae, an island in the South Pacific located between Guam and the Hawaiian Islands, was settled as early as 1250. But much of the island’s rich history is unknown by the people who live there, as well as the handful of scuba divers who visit annually to explore the pristine coral reefs surrounding the island. […]
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