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ABSI


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ABSI


“Alright, so what do you do?”

Simply put, we build buildings on our computers.

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Design


Design


“So why do you do that?”

Because we believe good planning leads to better construction.

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Collaborate


Collaborate


“How is that different from what my Architect did?”

Your architect modeled to convey their intent. We model as though we're building a mock up of the finished building

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Deliver


Deliver


Story time! 

A couple of years ago I built a shed in my backyard. There was a lot of information I needed in order to actually build it. I needed to order material, coordinate the framing, figure out how to install the door, etc. I needed a means to get that information and I needed some help in how to put it all together. So I modeled the whole thing. I pulled material lists and made drawings of the complex rafter beams. I planned the height of the shed off of the ground and made the ramp slope so I wouldn’t run over my kid with a lawn mower.

All said and done, the project went way better because I planned and prototyped the building on my computer first. Makes perfect sense, right? When we model, we are trying to build a building before we ever order the first piece of material. Better planning = Better building.