When we changed our name to U.S. CAD from L.A. CAD in August, we said it would help us better serve our growing customer base across the western United States
Costa Mesa, Calif. (PRWEB) October 3, 2007
U.S. CAD, Inc. (formerly L.A. CAD), one of the Western U.S.'s largest providers of computer-aided design (CAD) consulting, training and support services, and its largest Autodesk® solutions reseller, today announced it has acquired the assets of Aiea, Hawaii-based Pacific CADD Services, Inc. The acquisition establishes an Oahu office for U.S. CAD, from which it can serve the state's growing civil, mechanical and architectural design, building-engineering and geospatial industries, as well as government agencies.
The Aiea office is U.S. CAD's fourth location, joining the company's Costa Mesa, Calif., headquarters, and other facilities in Los Angeles and San Diego.
"When we changed our name to U.S. CAD from L.A. CAD in August, we said it would help us better serve our growing customer base across the western United States," said company CEO Danny Counts. "In addition to being a world-class vacation destination, Hawaii has a dynamic business environment, which increasingly requires the kinds of specialized CAD-related services and products that U.S. CAD provides. We're excited to expand our presence in Hawaii in order to help our customers achieve more."
"By acquiring Pacific CADD Services, U.S. CAD brings our client base outside Hawaii an outlet for design-input production services for construction documents and models utilizing Autodesk vertical technology, additional contract labor for short- and long-term projects, and enhanced CAD management services," said Daniel Hebert, vice president of U.S. CAD. "In turn, Pacific CADD's clients will benefit from the many core strengths of U.S. CAD. Wherever our clients are, they now have new options for offloading CAD-related workloads without adding overhead."
Founded in 1995, Pacific CADD Services, Inc. is a full-service CAD consulting firm specializing in design-input production for construction documents and models using Autodesk vertical technology, and in providing technical contract labor proficient in Autodesk technology for architectural and engineering firms. Pacific CADD also specializes in providing Autodesk product training classes and technology-awareness campaigns, and CAD management services and training.
"We are extremely excited about the amount of resources we can now provide to the local Autodesk community," said former Pacific CADD President Yoshi Honda, who will now serve as director of U.S. CAD's Hawaii operations. "U.S. CAD brings to the marketplace a much-needed resource and a refreshing, productive attitude from an Autodesk solutions provider."
About U.S. CAD:
Based in Costa Mesa, Calif., U.S. CAD, Inc. (formerly L.A. CAD) is a major provider of computer-aided design (CAD) consulting, training and support services, and Autodesk software solutions. Specializing in the civil, mechanical and architectural design, building-engineering and geospatial industries, the company provides technical expertise and customized training to deliver superior customer solutions. Customers value U.S. CAD's quality instruction from Autodesk Certified Instructors and Autodesk Approved Instructors, and its flexible training options, including modular mobile training labs. With Autodesk Authorized Training Centers at its Costa Mesa, Los Angeles and San Diego locations, U.S. CAD has become the Autodesk provider of choice for many of the West's leading CAD-related companies. For more information, visit http://www.uscad.com.
U.S. CAD, L.A. CAD and Pacific CADD are trademarks of U.S. CAD, Inc.