PRODUCT RELEASE! Conveyor Tools for Rhino to Revit Workflows

This year marks 5 years in business for Proving Ground. As a consulting services company, we have worked with businesses and project teams to create custom tools for solving some of the most challenging workflow problems. Central to many of these solutions has been our Conveyor tools. Conveyor is a geometry and data management plugin … Continue reading PRODUCT RELEASE! Conveyor Tools for Rhino to Revit Workflows

Conveyor – Custom Workflow Implementations

Building design and construction fields continue to struggle with software interoperability and compatibility. This has resulted in wasteful processes requiring teams to laboriously rebuild geometry and manually recreate data when using different design tools. Today, the building industry’s modeling software is largely not designed with compatibility as a guiding principle and design teams are often … Continue reading Conveyor – Custom Workflow Implementations

Leading Design Firms begin Implementing Conveyor to Streamline Digital Workflows

We are pleased to announce new implementation services for streamlining digital design workflows with Conveyor. We have recently begun enterprise implementations of Conveyor at award-winning design firms including Woods Bagot, HDR, CallisonRTKL, and Studio Gang.  Our services provide consulting support and training for new workflows while also granting enterprise-wide access to Conveyor technology. Learn about … Continue reading Leading Design Firms begin Implementing Conveyor to Streamline Digital Workflows

Interoperability for the Building Industry – More Wicked Problems

This article is a follow up to my 2016 article “The Wicked Problem of Interoperability”. In that article I discussed the technical interoperability challenges presented by today’s ‘walled garden’ of tools and speculated on a future that was ‘interoperable by design’. In this article, I discuss persistent workflow challenges that are unsolvable by technology alone … Continue reading Interoperability for the Building Industry – More Wicked Problems