SHP Leading Design

SHP Mandates BIM Technology

Over two years ago SHP Leading Design, headquartered in Cincinnati, made a conscious decision to transition their drawings from Autodesk AutoCad Architect® to Autodesk Revit®. Now a recognized leader in Building Information Modeling (BIM), the community inspired firm chose Revit because it provides a sophisticated, data rich, hands-on tool for architects and their clients.

Getting Everyone on Board

When SHP made the commitment to move to Revit, they also mandated the use of the software for their consultants. “The only way to achieve the full benefits of BIM was to design all aspects of the building in Revit,” said Dick Thomas, AIA, LEED AP, SHP Vice President. “We felt that the only way to truly make the absolute commitment was to require that all of our consultants make the switch as well.”

To help with the transition, SHP partnered with Advanced Solutions, Inc., a full service Autodesk Premier Solutions Provider to facilitate transition and support the implementation process. Together they established protocols for the development of the integrated 3D model. “This proved to be the rst step in establishing an outstanding team,” Thomas added.

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