Autodesk Inc. (NASDAQ: ADSK) has booked new orders for its architecture, engineering and construction offerings in its fiscal quarter ending Jan. 31 amid growing demand for building information modeling services worldwide.
The company closed the fourth quarter of 2013 with 32 percent year-over-year revenue growth for its infrastructure offerings such as Autodesk BIM 360, cloud and mobile services, Autodesk said Thursday.
“In particular, our cloud and mobile services are seeing a surge of demand because they help make the value of BIM available anywhere, anytime, from the office to the jobsite, ” said Amar Hanspal, senior vice president of Autodesk’s information modeling and platform group.
Autodesk inked new and expanded deals with clients such as AECOM, Black & Veatch Corp., China Communications Construction Co., Fluor, HDR Engineering, Qatar Rail, PCL Construction and Turner Construction.
Hanspal added that the company intends to further provide tools and services for customers to design buildings and infrastructure.