Houston, TX, USA (January 6, 2009) – Trelligence, Inc., a leading provider of architectural programming and schematic design software, announced the addition of Summit AEC to its growing reseller network. Summit AEC is an authorized Autodesk reseller located in Vancouver, B.C. Composed of a team of architectural and engineering professionals, Summit is dedicated to improving technology in building design through the implementation of tailored technology strategies.
“We are excited for Summit AEC to represent Trelligence Affinity software in the Vancouver area. Affinity’s ability to extend the benefits of BIM to the early design phase of building projects will complement Summit AEC’s dedication to the advancement of BIM and the improvement of technology as it relates to building design,” said Dino Agrella, Director of Sales for Trelligence.
Summit AEC is dedicated to improving technology in building design including architecture, consulting engineering, and facilities management. With five years of experience committed to the advancement of BIM and the latest CAD technologies in the building design community, their team is poised to implement a technology strategy that works for its clients. The Summit team holds over seventy-five years of combined experience in implementing, training, and supporting building design solutions for architects and engineers. For more information, visit
Trelligence is a Houston-based software company focused on enhancing the early architectural design process with real-time design+analysis tools built on top of domain-specific knowledge templates. Targeted at the worldwide architectural, engineering, construction, and owner/developer (AECO) market, the Trelligence Affinity™ patent-pending software integrates with existing CAD and other design tools, including ArchiCAD®, Revit® Architecture, and Google SketchUp®, extending the benefits of Building Information Modeling (BIM) – faster planning, less rework, and better team communication – to the early design phase of complex building projects.
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