SAIC is providing engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) on a $225 million design-build project to create a renewal energy plant in Plainfield, Connecticut. This case study will showcase how we took full advantage of a large number of technologies such as Autodesk® Revit® software, the AutoCAD® Revit® family of suites, and Intergraph® CADWorx® in the office to come up with a state-of-the-art complex industrial design. Next, we pushed the envelope by deploying a complete virtual design and construction (VDC) and mobile technology environment in the field to manage the tight construction schedule. Join members of the Building Information Modeling (BIM) technology team to discuss the workflow of managing Revit software models and imports and exports of the industrial models and to find out what software (including apps) enabled us to use BIM in the field on our most prestigious and critical design-build project in the organization.
C-level executives, project management leadership, building owners, and construction firms
Brett is the BIM Manager for SAIC Energy, Environment & Infrastructure, LLC. His role spans a unique range of responsibilities from training and support to implementing new, more streamlined workflows and researching new technologies in both hardware and software for design and build solutions. His focus and experience has been with architecture, structures, MEP, ACS, and interiors and is heavily involved in technology planning and development, standards development training and technical support. During his career, Brett has taught the use of Autodesk applications at several colleges and was a consultant with a Gold PSP Autodesk reseller.
Joseph Joseph attended the Lebanese American University where he studied Architecture. In 1997, he came to the United States to complete his studies in Architecture as well as complete a two-year degree program specializing in CAD/Technology Management. Joseph has over 16 years of direct industry exposure from Job Captain/Project Architect to Managing Director of Information/CAD/BIM Technologies. He has served as a strategic and tactical partner to many architectural/engineering organizations (50–3000 employees) spearheading CAD/BIM planning, deployment, implementation, and training strategies. In addition, he has taught/supported multiple Autodesk® products at the higher education level. Joseph Joseph joined SAIC early in 2010 as the company's Managing Director overseeing all BIM/CAD Technologies aspects and focusing on revamping the firms BIM/CAD initiatives from the ground-up, including strategizing, standards, and implementation of BIM in a true design/build environment.
Are you getting tired of trying to squeeze 50 pounds of information into a 20-pound sack? Do you feel you are not reaching the students you want to in your classes? When Richard Hutchinson, Texas A&M Senior Lecturer of Engineering Design Graphics, participated in the Autodesk Certified Instructor program, he had no idea how well his students (about 600 per year) would perform once he applied the techniques learned through the Autodesk Professional Excellence Program to his classroom curriculum. He and his counterparts have seen significant headway in student performance and application. Come and hear about some of the techniques and tips that you can implement in your classroom to help increase your students' ability to absorb technical knowledge and apply it to their projects at an accelerated pace.
Autodesk® Showcase®, es una poderosa herramienta de renderización que funciona en tiempo real sobre modelos 3D, ofrece la posibilidad de evaluar opciones de diseño y materiales, a modelos producidos en plataforma AutoCAD o Revit, adicionalmente es una excelente herramienta para mercadear sus proyectos arquitectónicos, y un gran diferenciador a la hora de comunicar ideas y diseños a través de poderosas imágenes y animaciones 3D, que podrá realizar con mucha facilidad, eficiencia y en vivo.
Por que mostrar sus proyectos en 2D si ya puede darles vida a través de Autodesk® Showcase®?, acepte el reto!
This class will provide tips, tricks, and best practices for using Autodesk Showcase software in the context of an architectural project. AutoCAD® or Autodesk® Revit® users who want to explore a project with their peers or present it to their customers will find this class very interesting.
This virtual class provides real-world examples of how residential/multifamily structural engineers and trades are using Building Information Modeling (BIM) for wood-framed projects. Integrated project delivery (IPD) processes and workflows have been developed to streamline design and construction. This technology is based on AutoCAD® Architecture and Autodesk® Revit® software, which are integrated via model map technology. The model map files can be exported to truss and wall component manufacturers to eliminate the interpretive redraw process. Structural engineers can now visualize, design, and draft in 3D, while collaborating with teams of suppliers and trades. Material lists can be exported for quantified value engineering. BIM based off-site construction techniques that are linked to the models can be used to accelerate project schedules. Using BIM and IPD at the design stage provides valuable data and critical path information, offering a win-win scenario for the owner as well as all participants.
Otimização dos processos de trabalho através do uso de Links e Grupos. Utilização dos vários tipos de Grupos. Reforçar a vantagem na utilização de Links e grupos na gestão de projetos com mais do que um modelo. Iremos também abordar a combinação dos links com opções de projeto e fases de projeto.
Autodesk Revit software 3D models contain rich data that is important to builders. Getting all the data, geometry, object properties, and custom parameters out of the unique data structure of Revit remains a challenge. Builders are often given models that have not been developed with their input and contain object property information that is incomplete, inaccurate, or generic. In this class, we will demonstrate how all data from Revit can be extracted quickly, enabling model quality assessment prior to performing 4D simulation, clash detection, and 5D estimating. In addition, you will learn to push new data into Revit, to better manage and comprehend Revit data as the model progresses in development, and to use techniques for model variance analysis and trends. The class will also cover strategies, workflows, and best practices for creating Revit templates that optimize data extraction and enable Revit objects to be mapped to external databases or to be further manipulated for additional analysis.
Autodesk has developed a suite of Building Information Modeling (BIM) programs that are useful throughout the AEC industry during all phases of a project. For construction entities, a critical phase of a project is pursuit and award—without it there is no project. During this phase, a logistical building information model can be extremely useful for developing and conveying a thorough understanding of a project as well as the ability to complete it. This is also a time when project information, up to and including a BIM model, is in the early stages of development and can be difficult to obtain. This class will look at the process of evaluating resources and modeling strategies to efficiently model a project to convey critical information and to develop presentation quality exhibits.
This class covers the updates to Autodesk® Revit® Architecture 2013 software—from schematic design through construction documentation. You will be introduced to the concepts of Building Information Modeling (BIM) and the tools for parametric design and documentation. Learn the new features in this release with topics including parts, assemblies, visual graphics, worksharing, linear dimension splitting and segmented gridlines.
In our current global market, opportunity is everything. This class will focus on how the new features of Autodesk Revit 2013 software can improve efficiency and productivity in the design process. During this class and simultaneously from 2 locations across the globe, we will uncover the secrets of how Revit 2013 can be used in all phases of interior design from concept through contract administration. Using an actual project, we will walk you through how to use view templates more productively, utilize materials for your LEED® requirements and how to use the visualization and graphics tools together with an integrated workflow to other Autodesk software such as Autodesk® 3ds Max® Design. This class will also illustrate that by combining products such as the Autodesk® 360 cloud-based platform and Citrix® technologies, collaboration workflows with other offices around the globe are increasingly more productive.
If you have tried to use Autodesk Revit software to produce finish plans or interior elevations, you may have found it challenging to develop an acceptable workflow. Many approaches are often employed; using materials, split face, and paint or simply using text notes and symbols. Each of these approaches has its benefits and its limitations. However, without one consistently reliable approach, the project team can suffer. Developments in recent releases of Revit offer a compelling alternative. Revit 2012 introduced parts and 2013 has overhauled materials. While neither of these feature enhancements was specifically designed for designating finishes, you can nonetheless build a very compelling workflow with parts and materials being the central component of the workflow. In this class, we will look at parts, understand their features, and couple them with the new materials functionality to make a very compelling workflow for designating and documenting finishes in your architectural and interiors projects.
This class presents 3 unique case studies that show how forward-thinking building owners are taking advantage of a retro-BIM workflow to capture a wide range of information about their existing facilities that they can use to make them more sustainable. To demonstrate this process across different scales and types of projects, we will discuss the 6,000,000-square-foot BIM Implementation Project at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center and the Chinatown Community Development Center’s 1204 Mason St. Facility (a 20,000-square-foot building consisting of low-income housing and small commercial business spaces). Finally, we will explore an energy-driven retrofit on Autodesk corporate headquarters in San Rafael, CA by the newly formed Autodesk Business Integration & Sustainability Initiative Group. The goal of this first project by the group is to test the recently developed energy optimization workflows and define a protocol for energy consumption reductions that will scale to the Autodesk global real estate portfolio.
Autodesk Revit é um banco de dados, por isso as tabelas são importantes neste processo. Aprenda a utilizar as ferramentas e recursos para criar tabelas no Autodesk Revit Architecture, Autodesk Revit MEP e Autodesk Revit Structure. Será possível entender as tabelas e utilizá-las de forma produtiva e inteligente.
Aprenda a manipular e desvendar as tabelas criadas no Autodesk Revit. Utilize as tabelas para preencher informações, controlar e verificar os modelos no Autodesk Revit. Apresente e documente os projetos em tabelas atualizadas automaticamente na medida em que as alterações são executadas.