Bentley Architecture

Sep 23, 2009
  • Article by Online Editor

A software solution that enables Building Information Modelling (BIM) for architectural design and documentation.

Bentley Architecture is an advanced, yet intuitive and easy-to-use architectural BIM application that empowers architects and designers to create with unlimited freedom, to explore more design options, to make better informed design decisions, and to predict costs and performance.

Design and construction documents are automatically coordinated, eliminating errors and omissions. This means architectural and AE firms can deliver better buildings on time and on budget, thus improving client services and increasing revenue – business-critical benefits in today’s competitive environment.

Unlike stand-alone architectural applications, Bentley Architecture is part of Bentley’s integrated suite of BIM applications that provide seamless integration between design, engineering, analysis, construction and operations for the entire lifecycle of facilities.

Used by the world’s leading architectural, engineering, and construction companies on the largest and most complex projects, this unique solution supports multi-disciplinary workgroups and global teams in a managed environment, allowing them to build as one.

“Bentley Architecture has proven to be a most successful tool for the seamless transition from initially designing the building through to documentation. All aspects of the process were successfully completed within the single model, from presentation images for the client, generating shadows and other drawings for council, and finally detailed documentation for tender and construction. Bentley Architecture has also enhanced our productivity and our ability to ensure our documents are of the highest quality.”
Testimonial from Mr Jon West, Associate, NBRS+Partners.

W. [“www.bentley.com”:http://www.bentley.com/en-US/Products/Bentley+Architecture/]
T. 1800 245 005

*Image* Noel Bell Ridley Smith used Bentley Architecture to design and document the new indoor pool and science facility at Queenwood School for Girls.

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