IRVINE, CA — U.S. CAD, an AEC technology and consulting firm, and Autodesk Construction Specialized Partner announced it launched a new online resource, Construction Cosmos, aimed at helping construction organizations leverage technology by addressing issues that affect workflows, project teams, and data. 

Construction Cosmos will empower construction professionals with practical information and new ideas to help them accelerate the use of technology in their operations by sharing knowledge, advice, and commentary through helpful and insightful webinars, blogs, articles, and newsletters. 

Topics will include Lean Construction, constructability, Building Information Modeling (BIM), sustainability, project lifecycle, prefabrication, reality capture, risk management, upskilling talent, data security, technology innovation and trends, economic conditions, and other complementary subjects.

“I am truly excited to be part of Construction Cosmos at U.S. CAD an essential construction resource to finally shine a spotlight on the new era of construction during this time of unprecedented innovation and surge of new technologies," said Aaron Wagner, director of autodesk construction, U.S. CAD. "Construction Cosmos is rooted in a passion that I have to help individuals, teams, and businesses understand and adopt technology to thrive.

The resource is ideal for building construction stakeholders such as contractors, specialty contractors, owner-operators, company owners, designers, engineers, and project management, virtual design, and estimating resources. 

U.S. CAD contributors and guest-contributors — including construction industry thought leaders, influencers, and professionals   will offer expert advice, best practices, and perspectives on key issues, industry trends, and research to leverage technology for better ways to design and build. 

“Keeping up with technological innovations and best practices while a value-add can be a time-consuming burden, especially in today's fast-paced construction landscape. As a trusted technology partner to the construction industry, U.S. CAD aims to ease the burden felt by construction professionals to keep up and stay informed," said Nicholas Krey, director of construction business unit, U.S. CAD. "Construction Cosmos will be a place of actionable and trusted insights through thought leadership that will help provide guidance to industry professionals in our ever-changing environment.”

With the rapid influx of construction technological innovations, Construction Cosmos will serve as a valued resource for construction professionals for expert insights, ideas, and best practices helping them devise technology strategies that work best for their projects and operations.

Construction professionals can subscribe to the Construction Cosmos newsletter and visit the site.