How does one manage Revit while engaged in the communication between architect and contractor? What are some best practices and methods for creating requests for information (RFI), sketches, addenda, bulletins, and revisions? This class will focus on using out-of-the-box Revit tools for managing revisions. It will also explore some techniques for per item and per sheet tracking of individual revisions. We will review pros and cons for all construction administration process techniques.
AEC professionals with general Revit knowledge who are involved in medium- and large-scale projects requiring an understanding of construction administration processes in Revit
Jason B. Jones, AIA, is an associate at Gensler, a global architecture and interiors design firm working in 1,800 cities in 75 countries. Jason is a LEED® accredited professional with 15 years of experience in retail, mixed-use, hospitality, and entertainment interior architecture projects. He is currently an Autodesk® Revit® leader in the Gensler San Francisco office, and serves as the lead liaison between local team members, a large international client, and multiple Gensler project teams collaborating throughout the world.
<p>This class will focus on the art of a drawing and how entourage, tweaking settings, and <i>not</i> using Revit out of the box can add "feeling" to your drawings rather than just displaying your walls, doors, and windows. Focusing on using Revit as your main presentation tool and output, we will explore how techniques that are applied using other graphics and modeling software can be mimicked within Revit to create a more efficient workflow as well as drawings that will impress. Custom families and settings will be shared.</p>
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