CAD's model performance The use of CAD isn't universal, but it's moving in that direction - and some favourite packages are emerging. RESEARCH BY MIRZA & NACEY.
Slightly more than two-thirds of architectural practices are using cad in some form, research by Mirza & Nacey shows. The team, which conducts the quarterly workload studies sponsored by Stannah and published in the aj, questioned its respondents earlier this year about their use of cad. It found that, while cad was universal in the larger practices, its use fell off with practice size, so that only 38 per cent of 1 to 2 person practices employ cad. The geographical distribution was ...
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