Architecture, Engineering & Construction (AEC)
AECOM UK&I Roads remain at the forefront of the industry by continuing to develop and nurture new and existing talent with Cadline Ltd
AECOM UK&I Roads continue to enter into service delivery agreements with Cadline as a result of Cadline’s proactive approach to drive more project/role based training across the business.
Stephen McDonald, AECOM BIM Lead, EUR – UK & Ireland engaged Cadline to scope and deliver training and development services to continue to support the adoption of 3D technologies across the UK&I Roads division following the success of both the company wide programme of learning and development as well as the more recent advanced specialisation training within the highways team at the AECOM office in Glasgow, UK.Download the full Customer Success Story
Graham Construction: CAD for Site Engineers
Graham Construction, Cadline and Autodesk are collaborating to deliver Transformational projects that will have a positive and significant impact on Graham Construction overall project delivery.
Matthew Dawson, BIM & Digital Construction Manager, and key player in Graham Construction Digital Transformation strategy identified the need to understand if the use of Autodesk Civil 3D on site would have a constructive impact on the team’s overall output within Graham’s Building division.Download the full Customer Success Story
BPHA turns to Cadline and Autodesk BIM 360 Docs to help compliance on new high-rise block refurbishment project
bpha is a leading Housing Association located in the Oxford to Cambridge Arc. It is committed to providing its customers with high quality, value for money services whilst continuing to develop more, new affordable homes. bpha owns or manages over 19,000 homes.
It is now embarking on an exciting new regeneration project which aims to improve and enhance a number of their tower blocks in Bedford. The project was first conceived in 2015, when bpha consulted with residents to discuss the condition of the tower blocks and where improvements to the external fabric of the buildings and communal areas could be made.Download the full Customer Success Story
How Autodesk Construction Cloud software is driving efficiencies for E+I Engineering
E+I Engineering is the largest electrical switchgear manufacturer in the UK & Ireland, that pioneers unique in-house integrated power solutions tailored to each individual client project. The company believes that their people are their best asset and have invested in a highly qualified and experienced team of Chartered Engineers to work in their manufacturing facilities across three continents. With over 30 years’ experience in delivering high quality integrated power solutions, their team are experts in providing technical services, project management services and unrivalled customer support for every client project.
Guided by Cadline, E and I Engineering recently invested in Autodesk Construction Cloud construction management software, a tool used for managing design, construction and project data.Download the full Customer Success Story
Driving efficiencies within road design projects using Autodesk Civil 3D
The highways team at the AECOM office in Glasgow, UK had found success in adopting Autodesk Civil 3D to deliver better projects more efficiently, following a companywide programme of learning and development. However, it identified a number of areas that would benefit from the further development of specific workflows, content and training to deliver additional efficiencies and standardised ways of working. David Lewis, the Cadline Customer Success Manager (CSM) assigned to the team, prepared a plan that allowed the team to undertake a series of activities that would deliver the targeted improvements and support additional service offerings.Download the full Customer Success Story
Developing Processes and Capability with Autodesk Infrastructure technology at Gattica Associates
The utilities team had an established working knowledge of Civil 3D, Navisworks and other Autodesk products having attended multiple levels of training courses however when applying these technologies to their projects it was acknowledged that delivering the output should be more efficient. Principal CAD Technician, Mihaela Gafita, and BIM Coordinator, Rocío Martín Durán, reached out to Cadline to understand how to make the application of the Autodesk technologies more effective and how to meet their project specific requirements more efficiently.Download the full Customer Success Story
Saving thousands of man hours with design automation
By implementing a uniquely tailored CAD system, Areen Design is saving huge amounts of time and expenditure on its largest project to date – the design of a major new international airport.
Areen use AutoCAD for their design work, plus various document management systems to keep track of drawings and workflow. Soon after winning a prominent new contract – the design of King Abdullaziz International Airport (KAIA) in Saudi Arabia – they realised it would take the organisation of their workflow to a new level of intricacy. With 1000 or more drawings required for each zone of the airport structure, a highly complex drawing numbering system would be necessary.Download the full Customer Success Story
Win more bids and transform your data with the power of GIS
Whether it’s in the form of gas, water, or electricity, routing utility supplies across the UK is a challenging and often contentious occupation.
Dalcour Maclaren are, in essence, land strategists: they offer expert advice to utility companies on all aspects relating to viable route options across the landscape – corridors. Like many others, it’s an area of business that’s taken advantage of digital technology.Download the full Customer Success Story
Collaborative design on a global scale
Broadway Malyan is a forward-thinking global architecture and design practice with around ten design studios worldwide, and more than 300 employees in total. Over the years, the firm has made extensive use of Autodesk software for design across multiple residential, mixed use and commercial projects of all scales on a worldwide basis.
Broadway Malyan has worked with Cadline for two decades. Initially the relationship was largely transactional, with the architectural firm using Cadline predominantly as a procurement route for Autodesk software. Over the past four to five years Cadline has taken on a more consultative role and indeed the relationship has transformed into a true partnershipDownload the full Customer Success Story
focused on the two companies working collaboratively together to achieve common goals.
Implementing BIM Standards and a Common Data Environment for a Global Engineering Consultant
SWECO is one of Europe’s leading architecture and engineering consultancies, carrying out multidisciplinary projects in 70 countries annually across the world.
SWECO Netherlands became the first engineering consultancy in the Netherlands to achieve the ISO 19650 certification following a successful audit of its BIM processes by the BSI. As lead consultant on this project, we worked with SWECO to develop its people, processes and documentation to support a fully digital delivery capability.Download the full Customer Success Story
Cadline helped Warren Services maximise its ROI from Autodesk software
Warren Services is proud of its record of providing high-quality manufacture of components and mechanical/electrical sub-assemblies to agreed schedules, offering turnkey solutions in engineering and design. Autodesk software has long played a key role in its processes and workflows. The company initially took the decision to self-learn and implement the technology itself, using its own internal resource but, over time, ongoing engagement with Autodesk partner, Cadline, has paid dividends in ensuring Warren Services gains optimum value from its investment.Download the full Customer Success Story View Interview Video
How standardising on Autodesk software transformed the design and engineering workflow for one energy sector business
For most bespoke solutions providers working in the offshore energy sector, it is important to put in place end-to-end processes and workflows that cover data management and design and engineering and deliver operational efficiency and business agility. For one such provider, these were the key drivers behind a decision to migrate their whole approach in this area to one based on Autodesk software solutions and supported by Autodesk reseller, Cadline.Download the full Customer Success Story
How Cadline and Autodesk CAM software helps Edwards reduce time to value and drive efficiencies across CNC machining processes
Edwards, which is part of the Atlas Copco Group, is a leading developer and manufacturer of sophisticated vacuum products, abatement solutions and related value-added services.
Technology and services provider, Cadline, has a longstanding relationship with Edwards stretching back 20 years and has successfully delivered multiple projects with them over that time. Cadine has been Edwards’ main partner for the provision of Autodesk mechanical, electrical and data management solutions that are integrated across Edwards’ design teams in the UK.Download the full Customer Success Story
How Cadline helped Husqvarna take control
Husqvarna chose to work with Autodesk Platinum Partner, Cadline, to support it in using the Autodesk software and to provide training on the software. The challenge for Husqvarna was that historically it outsourced much of its tooling work to third parties, but it was running into delays with timelines not being met and the cost of outsourcing electrodes, including associated transport charges. All this meant Husqvarna was incurring significant expenses on an ongoing basis and the approach was also causing issues with project timelines. To address these concerns, it decided to invest in a Hurco VMX Series- 3 Axis Performance CNC Machine and to bring its tooling capabilities in-house.Download the full Customer Success Story
How Autodesk and Cadline helped Brigade Electronics achieve project efficiency
Based in Darenth, near Dartford in Kent, Brigade Electronics is a global market leader in vehicle safety systems, offering a comprehensive range of products to reduce collision risk and maximise efficiency, including camera monitor systems, reversing alarms, ultrasonic proximity sensors, digital recorders and thermal image cameras.
Cadline focused on using Autodesk Fusion 360 Manage to digitise processes ranging from item and bills of materials management to change management, and from documentation management to snagging and problem reporting. At the same time, it concentrated on restructuring the whole NPI process to give Brigade Electronics enhanced visibility and control, enabling the company’s leadership teams to ensure any issues were identified and resolved quickly, project milestones were met and costs minimised.Download the full Customer Success Story
Connecting Design Teams to Support Business Growth
The design team at Cova Security Gates was already a long-standing user of Autodesk product design technology, with Inventor and AutoCAD Electrical core to the organisation’s product development workflows. However, due to the company’s success and expansion, Cova were starting to outgrow current practices and needed to make a step change in the way design data is managed.
Cadline’s recommended solution was Autodesk Vault Professional with Cadline AutoConnect. AutoConnect extends the functionality of Vault Professional and automates Auto Property Update, Auto File Creation such as PDF, STEP, DWG, file based BOM Export from Inventor, and Email Notification. Cova opted for a Microsoft Azure hosted server for their Vault implementation, enabling the business to work efficiently anywhere and reduce their IT server footprint and management costs.Download the full Customer Success Story
Cadline and Autodesk help set the stage for Triple E design success
Based in Biggin Hill on the South Eastern outskirts of London, Triple E has been designing, manufacturing and installing rugged, reliable and silent entertainment engineering solutions since 1984.
Cadline focused on identifying key areas of improvements that could be made to the way designers at Triple E were managing and sharing their project data across internal and extended teams. In addition, as part of its review, Cadline captured the time and cost of existing manual effort to help identify potential gains from any proposed solution. In order to quantify the manual effort expended by Triple E in managing its data, Cadline created an online survey for its client’s design team, which was completed to capture activities and challenges from its existing data management process.Download the full Customer Success Story
Media & Entertainment
How Cadline has helped PitStop Productions put its Autodesk subscriptions in order
Founded in 1996 and headquartered in Sheffield in South Yorkshire, PitStop Productions is a one stop creative services company operating worldwide across a wide range of media and entertainment industries. For many years, PitStop Productions has been using Autodesk Maya® , the 3D modelling, simulation and rendering solution, for visual effects and animation work. It uses Maya to help create marketing videos and short animations for leading gaming companies to help promote the launch of Triple-A games.Download the full Customer Success Story