Monthly Archives: December 2012

AIA Colorado’s Award-Winning Designs Show Off Mountain Spirit

The mountainous geography of Colorado has thoroughly permeated the designers of AIA Colorado, as evidenced by the component’s latest crop of design awards. There are direct references to sharp and craggy Rocky Mountain forms, with RNL’s Denver Central Platte Campus …

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Autodesk and the Cloud, Part 2: Fusion 360 Will Deliver Professional-Level CAD on the Cloud

Coming next year, the pay-as-you-go service will offer full-fledged 3D mechanical design via any web browser. Editor’s note: This article is the second in a series about Autodesk cloud-technology developments. See also, “Autodesk and the Cloud, Part 1: Customers ‘Absolutely’ …

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Colorado is on track for economic growth in 2013

Employment gains are expected to be broad-based, with all industry sectors except information forecasted to add workers in 2013, according to data compiled by the Metro Denver Economic Development Corporation (Metro Denver EDC) in its Monthly Economic Summary for December …

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