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May 15th, 2017
Autodesk Announces Kickoff of the 2017 AEC Excellence Awards Competition

Autodesk has announced the categories for this year’s AEC Excellence Awards competition: Building, Infrastructure, Construction, and Sustainability. This year’s competition will showcase projects embracing the future of making things for AEC and civil infrastructure through the use of innovative and connected BIM technologies.

Autodesk is sponsoring the AEC Excellence Awards competition showcasing stellar examples of Building Information Modeling [BIM] in action again for the fifth year in a row, along with co-sponsors HP, Construction Dive & Smart Cities Dive.

Awards include first, second, and third place prizes in each category. Autodesk is looking for participants who have inspirational projects. Those showcasing their best examples of connected BIM and future inspired global projects will be preferred. Also, participants should showcase pioneering projects that are using BIM, implementing technology trends such as Augmented Reality/ Virtual Reality, drones, generative design, computational design and more — best efforts using BIM workflows and Autodesk tools!

The deadline for entry is June 23, 2017. The top ten nominees for each category will be announced in August. The winners will be announced at the AEC Excellence Awards Ceremony at Autodesk University Las Vegas 2017 in November.