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Steve Stafford

AB3188: Sharing Work with Worksharing Using Autodesk® Revit®

(Duration 01:29:28)

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Key Learning

Key Learning

  • Deal with conflicts or confusion with more confidence
  • Use the features of Revit to collaborate more effectively
  • Explain fundamental worksharing concepts
  • Communicate and manage the structure of worksets better for a project and the team

Materials

Materials

Description

Description

We share work all the time, but with Autodesk® Revit® software we also have to learn how the software enables us to interact and integrate the work we all do in a new and different way. Revit introduces new language and rules. Most of all, it makes us think differently about what we mean when we define what is your stuff and my stuff. This class will tackle the language and rules. It will give you a better grasp of what is involved as well as give you greater confidence.

Target Audience

Target Audience

CAD/BIM Manager, End User, Any Revit user who works with others on projects, as well as Revit and BIM managers, and project managers who need to understand this strange new language that their teams are using

Speakers

Speakers

Steve Stafford

Steve has been presenting at Autodesk University since 2004 as well as RTC since 2006. He started using Revit seriously in 2002. He is an established Revit consultant. He has been very active in the Revit community at large. He created, writes and manages three Revit blogs: www.Revitoped.com - www.revitinside.com - www.revitjobs.com. He currently lives in Southern California with his wife and two children.

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Published

  • 2012
  • AB3188

Software

  • Autodesk Revit for Architects
  • Autodesk Revit for MEP Engineers

Industries

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

Topics

  • Architecture and Building Design
  • MEP Engineering and Design