About Our Company
Advanced Technologies Solutions is a leader in building information modeling (BIM) technologies and services. We are an Autodesk and Bluebeam software partner dedicated to helping our clients achieve success through our consultancy, technical services, training and software solutions. Our expertise is in building, civil infrastructure and software development.
Strong relationships, good business
We go further than installing software and answering questions. If your business is in Florida, Georgia or South Carolina, we welcome the opportunity to build a long lasting relationship with you. We are an Autodesk Gold Partner, an Authorized Autodesk Training Center, and an Autodesk Certification Center. These value-added services are just a part of our dedication to providing you with expert consultancy, technical support, training, and customer service.
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Customers with eligible perpetual licenses from Release 14 (approximately 1998) – 2017 without a maintenance plan can save up to 30% when they purchase new 3-year subscriptions AND trade in the eligible perpetual license serial numbers. Customers must discontinue use of all seats corresponding to each serial number.
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Advanced Technologies Solutions has moved offices
We have moved our office to the new location below. Please use this address when sending us snail mail.
Advanced Technologies Solutions
8647 Baypine Road
Bldg1, Suite 204
Jacksonville, FL 32256
3D Printed Hands for Children
During Autodesk University (AU) our own Tod Stephens and Seth Cohen participated in building 150 prosthetic hands using 3D printers for the non-profit organization, e-NABLE (http://enablingthefuture.org/ ). e-NABLE’s mission is producing 3D printed hands for kids.
The pics show Seth working on one hand, and the other shows the hand Tod finished up on the third day of AU.
After AU, on the taxi ride to the airport, Tod was talking to the driver – he mentioned he has a 4-year old daughter that was born without a hand. Tod gave him the information about e-NABLE. What are the odds of that happening!