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Using generative design to streamline feasibility studies in real estate

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Building Design + Construction‘s David Barista talks with Clifton Harness, Founder and CEO of TestFit, about how multifamily housing developers and design teams are utilizing real-time generative design to speed and improve the often-onerous feasibility study process. TestFit is used globally by architectural firms, real estate developers, and general contractors to rapidly review building configuration scenarios to identify designs that will best “pencil out” for the owner/developer.

“The ratio of buildings designed to buildings actually built is currently at about 20:1. TestFit is creating more efficiency and less wasted opportunity costs on feasibility studies,” said Harness. Check out the full interview below:


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