Our CAD division has an accomplished team of architects, engineers and project managers with relevant industry experience in AutoCAD, Revit, Chief Architect, SolidWorks and a host of other AEC solutions. We focus on large to medium-sized commercial, hospitality, infrastructure and residential projects. 

CAD Design Drafting Services

About BluEntCAD – A CAD Design & Drafting Company

In 2003, BluEntCAD began with a team of CAD drafters and CAD designers who supported architects and home-builders in the USA, Australia and Canada.

Our Casework and Millwork division has a strong team of engineers and architects with experience in SolidWorks, AutoCAD and more. Our 3D division, a recent addition, creates photorealistic renderings and animated walkthroughs for the marketing departments of many developers and builders.

We produce construction drawing sets for both commercial and residential projects and have supported the top 20 home builders for many years. 

Our aim continues to be an extension of our clients’ office so they can achieve their goals. We have created efficient processes so that our clients can outsource work with ease and also get value for money.

BluEntCAD has served the AEC industry for more than fifteen years. Today, our company has branched into multiple products and services for AEC and has become a leading cad solutions provider. What sets us apart is our quality control, process-oriented operations, and access to global resources for project delivery.

We are proud to be associated with US Green Building Council (USGBC), Council of Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTBUH), Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS), CADEvangelist, Global Fraternity of Architects (GFA), and World of Project Management Professionals (WPMP).

BluEnt can be your IT partner too! Whether you need to develop an app or maintain a portal, we’ve got you covered. Some of our past clients have included HBO, Columbia University, StatLink, and Citrix. Find us here.


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