|By Business Wire||
|August 20, 2014 09:37 AM EDT||
CTC, Inc., a leading Autodesk Gold Partner in the Midwest region, has announced they are the Autodesk Partner for Mortenson Construction. CTC’s custom software development of Autodesk Revit add-ins takes projects through portions of the documentation process in less than 50% of the time that it previously took. Mortenson is able to use this time to focus on value-added activities such as validating accuracy and increasing review time with the project team to help eliminate production errors which could result in rework in the field.
“Right from the start, CTC reverse engineered previous fabrication models of ours and assumed nothing about our processes,” said Joel Jacobson, Integrated Construction Coordinator at Mortenson. “It was evident that the development team had a deep understanding of Revit and could make suggestions that help all of our teams. We made requests for the custom development of difficult functions and CTC delivered with confidence. The custom Revit add-in is decreasing the time spent on the drafting process and increasing the accuracy of the design, construction documents and communication between our teams.”
“We are excited to partner with a local company that can support all of our offices nationwide,” said Ricardo Khan, Director of Integrated Construction at Mortenson. “CTC has a proven track record of providing Autodesk customers the support needed and delivering results to their customers within the time requested. Our team members continue to learn from CTC’s educational resources and valuable conferences, like Midwest University. CTC is a terrific partner that helps us integrate Autodesk software in the most effective way.”
“Our involvement with the AEC industry and Autodesk customers has always included the desire to increase our customer’s productivity,” said Jeff Burbank, Product Manager for Revit Express Tools. “Mortenson is a great example of a CTC customer that has seen measurable results from using our Revit Express Tools. We look forward to future development of tools that help meet their needs and providing the support they count on.”
About CTC, Inc.
CTC is a worldwide leader in providing BIM services for the building, infrastructure, and facilities management industries. Boasting a broad portfolio of international and Fortune 500 clients, CTC is a celebrated Autodesk Gold Partner, a Premier member of the Autodesk Content Network, an Autodesk Authorized Training Center, an Autodesk Consulting Services Partner, an Autodesk MEP Specialized Services Partner, and a member of Autodesk Developer Network. For additional information on CTC’s world-class products and services, visit www.cadtechnologycenter.com
As the developer of Revit Express Tools, CTC offers time-saving programs that integrate with Autodesk Revit software. The Revit user community has enthusiastically embraced the Revit Express Tools with over 40,000 users leveraging these unique solutions. www.RevitExpressTools.com
Follow CTC on Twitter at: www.twitter.com/ctcbim
About Mortenson Construction
A U.S. based, family-owned business, Mortenson Construction is a leading builder in North America. Our services include design build, real estate development, construction management, general contracting, EPC / BOP and project development. From top-of-the-line healthcare and education facilities, cutting-edge stadiums and LEED-certified mission critical projects to some of the most innovative renewable energy projects on the planet, Mortenson is building structures and facilities for the advancement of modern society®.
Autodesk and Revit are registered trademarks or trademarks of Autodesk, Inc., and/or its subsidiaries and/or affiliates in the USA and/or other countries. Revit Express Tools is a registered trademark of CAD Technology Center (CTC) in the USA.
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