Autodesk - Newsflash Newcastle-upon-Tyne Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust Discovers the Benefits of AutoCAD Architecture
The Estates Department of
Newcastle-upon-Tyne Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust has just
invested in AutoCAD Architecture (formerly known as Autodesk
Architectural Desktop) in order to work faster and more
effectively. The CAD team has upgraded its existing AutoCAD 2006
licences combined with a subscription and will be using the
software for its work on new building schemes and
We are predicting big efficiencies in the time-heavy process of making design changes and also on repetitive work. By the very nature of hospital design, we use many standard fittings and by creating a library of objects such as doors, walls and windows we believe we can cut at least one third of our design time, says Lee Dodsworth, CAD Manager.
The Newcastle-upon-Tyne Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust will be working with Autodesk reseller partner NTC MicroCAD on the installation and configuration of AutoCAD Architecture and training.