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Vectorworks software wins award

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The company’s software earns Construction Computing’s Product of the Year award.

| January 4, 2011

COLUMBIA, Md. – Vectorworks 2011 software was honored at this year’s Construction Computing Awards ceremony as the winner of the Product of the Year 2010 award.

In addition to winning the Product of the Year award, Vectorworks 2011 software was also runner up in two categories: CAD Product of the Year 2010 (Nemetschek Vectorworks, Inc. – Vectorworks 2011) and Channel Partner of the Year 2010 (Computers Unlimited).

“We are honored to be recognized by the Construction Computing Awards,” says Sean Flaherty, CEO of Nemetschek Vectorworks. “We have worked hard to make Vectorworks 2011 a breakthrough release, strengthening its 3D technology and BIM capabilities, and it’s rewarding to be recognized by members of the AEC industry in this way. We are also very fortunate to have partners like Computers Unlimited, whose efforts have been essential to our success in the U.K.”

Now in their fifth year, the Construction Computing Awards (also known as The Hammers) showcase and reward the technology, tools and solutions for the effective design, construction, maintenance and modification of commercial buildings, residential and social housing, and civil engineering projects of all sizes.
 

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