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Jason Jones

CR5836-V: Clash of the Design Teams Using Autodesk® BIM 360 Glue® and Autodesk® Revit®

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Key Learning

Key Learning

  • Identify a strategy for clash frequency and explain how each discipline can distribute the clash reports to the entire design team
  • Demonstrate how clashes are resolved inside Revit and how the clash report updates once the clash is resolved
  • Obtain design team buy-in for this proactive workflow
  • Specify model naming conventions, set up model coordinates for interoperability, and use discipline-specific clash templates

Materials

Materials

Description

Description

In this case study, we will provide insight into a web-based workflow in which the entire design team took responsibility for identifying, reporting, and resolving clashes against their discipline’s major systems. The team used Autodesk BIM 360 Glue, a cloud-based management solution, and Autodesk Revit software to achieve continuous clash reporting throughout the design process. This effort effectively mitigated the mountain of clashes that can occur at the end of the construction document phase because the process was implemented early and on a consistent schedule with all design disciplines. We will identify lessons learned from this workflow, including both pros and cons.

Target Audience

Target Audience

CAD/BIM Manager, Project Manager/Engineer, Architects, structural engineers, MEP engineers, and contractors

Speakers

Speakers

Jason Jones

Jason has been working as a structural engineer for eight years and adopted Revit as a preferred project document and delivery tool in 2007. He has played an active role in his company’s Revit Implementation Group (RIG) since the company began testing the software. Jason is currently the BIM Program Manager for PES Structural Engineers where his focus is providing BIM production support, creating & implementing efficient analysis to construction document workflows, internal Revit training, research and development of BIM strategies for future business services, and to support BIM marketing and business development initiatives. Jason is active in the Southeast BIM community and stays in tune with the state of BIM and future trends by working on real projects, and conducting roundtable discussions with many architects, contractors, and sub-contractors in the region.

Jason Waddell

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Tags

Published

  • 2012
  • CR5836-V

Software

  • Autodesk Building Design Suite

Industries

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

Topics

  • Construction
  • Architecture and Building Design