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Brett Gatti

CM2028: Best Practices for Coordinating Multiple Disciplines and the Use of Multiple Software Products on BIM and IPD Projects

(Duration 01:15:01)

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Key Learning

Key Learning

  • Put together a dynamic "changes on the fly" coordination session on Revit only, multidiscipline IPD projects
  • Determine the best methods for sharing data (formats, naming, schedule, and import/export methods) throughout the project team
  • Identify potential issues that may occur when team members are working with different software packages
  • Develop best practices for multidiscipline, multiple-firm, multiple-software product coordination

Materials

Materials

Description

Description

Sharing CAD and Building Information Modeling (BIM) data with project team members who are outside of your organization has its challenges. If outside team members are using software packages that are different than yours, the challenges are multiplied. In this class, we will discuss methods and best practices that you can put in place to help make the data-sharing process go a bit smoother. We will also cover best practices for working on a project that uses integrated project delivery (IPD) and only Autodesk® Revit® software among multidiscipline team members, including taking full advantage of the live model for coordination. We will go from the initial project team kickoff meeting, through "in-progress" coordination meetings, and finally through project delivery.

Target Audience

Target Audience

CAD/BIM Manager, End User, BIM coordinators, CAD/BIM managers, and others who are responsible for sharing and coordinating project CAD/BIM data

Speakers

Speakers

Brett Gatti

With over two decades using and supporting a wide range of CAD software packages and with duties/responsibilities that have included training, managing and organizing teams, Brett brings a real-life understanding of what works and what does not work with today’s CAD and BIM technologies. Actively bringing together diverse teams to work as cohesive teams to both improve discipline coordination and also to build in the long term value associated with intelligent building models is a challenge that is constantly evolving. Brett stays on the leading edge of this technology, by contributing to/participating in many online CAD user support groups and industry focus groups. Brett is a two time speaker at Autodesk University, has presented at the Revit Technology Conference 2012 and is an AutoCAD 2012 Certified Professional and a Revit Architecture 2012 Certified Professional.

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Tags

Published

  • 2012
  • CM2028

Software

  • Autodesk Building Design Suite
  • Autodesk Navisworks Manage

Industries

  • Engineering Service Providers
  • Buildings
  • Architecture & Construction Service Providers

Topics

  • CAD Management and IT
  • Architecture and Building Design