As an Autodesk Fabrication Specialized Partner, D|C|CADD has shown that they have made a significant investment in their people, they have a solid business plan specific to fabrication, they have customer references, and that they provide a high level of knowledge and experience to customers in the design industry.
The new Autodesk Partner Specializations enable partners like D|C|CADD to highlight and brand their capabilities in delivering services in key industry areas. By completing the rigorous training and examinations, as well as meeting high levels of service and standards set by Autodesk, D|C|CADD once again demonstrates their expertise and ongoing commitment to customer service and support.
“Expanding our services and support into the MEP Fabrication arena is an exciting opportunity for us,” stated Doug Wietbrock, company President & CEO. “We’ve been actively involved with MEP designers and contractors for years, but the new Autodesk MEP Fabrication solutions allow us to offer a complete design, fabrication and installation solution to streamline the operations of our customers.”
D|C|CADD provides 2D and 3D design software and services to the building, infrastructure, and manufacturing communities. The company is an award-winning Autodesk Gold Partner, Autodesk Developer Network Member, and a nationally recognized Autodesk Authorized Training Center with offices in Austin, Dallas-Ft. Worth and San Antonio, Texas.
D|C|CADD supports a wide-range of architectural, engineering, construction and manufacturing clients.The company offers a comprehensive array of professional services including expert-led training, superior technical support, and strategic consultation and implementation.
Based in Texas, D|C|CADD has been serving the design build industry since 1987. For more information about D|C|CADD, please visit www.dccadd.com or call 800-454-5499.
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