Sarah Sharifi is Content Marketing Manager on Autodesk's Sustainability & Foundation team. Her prior experience includes content strategy across various industries including renewable energy, oil & gas, construction and tech. She has special interest in educating architects and engineers on the business values created by sustainable design for building.
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- User spotlightWritten by Heather Johnson It’s a dilemma faced by architects and engineers when considering early-stage design analysis: which is more important– accuracy or precision? Accuracy refers to the closeness of a measurement to an actual or known value, while precision is related to variation between multiple measurements of the same element. Accuracy vs precision According […]
- Industry newsWritten by Heather R. Johnson With dedicated sustainability staff and using Autodesk Revit and Insight, included in the Autodesk Architecture, Engineering, and Construction Collection, firms are on their way to achieving their targets for meeting the Architecture 2030 challenge. Multi-disciplinary design studio Eskew+Dumez+Ripple (EDR) and CTA Architects Engineers, an integrated engineering and design firm, are […]
- Tips, tricks & tutorialsDid you know that a subscription to Revit or the Architecture, Engineering & Construction Collection includes access to Insight, a powerful tool for energy performance analysis? Insight is a cloud-based simulation platform integrated with Revit that provides centralized access to performance data and advanced analysis engines. With Revit and Insight you can generate building performances analysis of energy, […]
- Industry newsYou can conduct building performance analysis in Revit without building extra models, primarily by using Insight for energy modelling. This real-time feedback Insight provides is helpful for architects looking to understand whole building energy interactions and where efficiencies can be improved, whether through architecture, systems or operation of the building. But the value of energy […]
- Industry newsIf you’re not already using Revit to support green building in your designs, you should be. Sustainable building design is moving from being a good-to-have to a must-have for building projects worldwide, as more clients are demanding architects and engineers design buildings to perform better and contribute to green building goals, such as those put […]