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.
Construction professionals who want to take advantage of tools in Autodesk® Revit® software to understand projects and win contracts
John Arnaud is a Project Engineer and Virtual Design and Construction Coordinator with Whiting-Turner Contracting Company. He has been worked on numerous project pursuits, preconstruction planning, and on developing the company’s VDC training program. For the 2011 DOE Solar Decathlon John managed production of the Revit model and documentation which was then used to coordinate construction for the Solar Homestead, the entry received 2nd place in the architecture contest. As a student at Appalachian State University John educated peers by teaching Revit skills both in classes and individual settings, his efforts earned him the Building Science Program’s Outstanding Student Award.
Autodesk BIM 360 is a data-centric, cloud-based BIM management solution that provides easy, ubiquitous access to the project model, data, and collaborative workflows, regardless of authoring tools. Based on the Horizontal Glue™ technology that is currently used by leading construction, owner, and design firms, the class will focus on improved day-to-day processes for model coordination and collaboration across the entire project team. Join our gurus as they take us through Autodesk BIM 360 services and demonstrate multidiscipline model aggregation, clash management, and collaboration in the cloud.
In this class, we will present perspectives and practical examples from our work on implementing an innovative approach to the construction, commissioning, handover, and lifecycle management processes for a facility. Consigli, the contractor on the project, is closely working with BRG, the building owner’s workplace management consultant. The project team mapped the owner's information needs from operations backwards into the construction and commissioning process, then implemented a set of technologies to deliver on this information flow. Key technologies in use include cloud- and iPad®-based field management software from Vela Systems®, Autodesk® Navisworks®, Autodesk® Revit®, and ARCHIBUS IWMS software. This class will explore each speaker's perspective on how this comprehensive approach to gathering and managing key systems and facilities data has changed both the process of delivering the project as well as the ultimate deliverable to the owner.
Contemporary shifts in technology and environmental concerns are changing the circumstances of building performance. Integrated teams that employ interdisciplinary design and construction personnel are responding to this changed set of conditions. The foundation of interdisciplinary architectural, engineering, and construction (AEC) practices begins with the education of the next generation of AEC practitioners. In this class, we will discuss how students engaged in an iterative design and learning process build knowledge and communication skills toward an integrated design-build studio. This integrated design-build studio uses a series of assignments housed in dedicated design labs where students solve realistic design problems. Faculty-implemented Building Information Modeling (BIM) technologies and established ecological accounting methods increase interaction and innovation in the interdisciplinary design-build studio.
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.
Using Autodesk Revit software for architectural and structural design in the residential single family and multifamily arena has not been without its challenges. However, new tools that are based on Autodesk products make it possible to solve complex roofs and address the surprisingly complex realities of light-frame wood construction. Prefabrication and manufacturing have long been a staple of production housing, and Revit makes these workflows a reality in 2012. You will see how you can take full advantage of Building Information Modeling (BIM) at a time when the economy has builders scrambling for ways to do more with less and to streamline their processes. You will see examples of designing with roof and floor trusses, shear walls and hardware, I-Joist framing, and wall panelization during this exciting presentation. Managing builder options from your design that can drive back office processes like bidding and estimating, job costing and scheduling, and construction management is no longer vaporware.
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.
This class provides must-have knowledge for management-level facility owners, operators, contractors, architects, and consultants seeking objective methods to inform decisions as well as evaluate and optimize the success of Building Information Modeling (BIM) implementation for projects and enterprises. The class covers the bimSCORE evaluation framework developed at Stanford University Center for Integrated Facility Engineering (CIFE). We will discuss original methods developed to establish realistic goals, benchmark to global best practices, select scenarios for BIM investment, track progress, and calculate ROI. We will demonstrate scientific methods you can use to report on maturity of BIM implementations and compare results with other current projects around the world, using metrics to inform investment decisions and drive improvement. Special emphasis will be placed on the importance of ongoing evaluation and performance tracking to maximize BIM value throughout project lifecycles.
Learn skills faster, retain knowledge longer, and apply your technical skills to real-world projects better. Join this panel of industry and education experts who have successfully implemented effective Autodesk training programs that are designed to improve retention by increasing the "stickiness factor." Understand how an interactive, closed-loop learning methodology of short subtopics will optimize concentration and engagement, resulting in a more effective transfer of knowledge from short-term to long-term memory (the stickiness factor). Skip the check-box approach and integrate the right learning style for the right learning objective at the right time. All too often, knowledge is lost in the timing between training and application. Learn how these organizations have prioritized high-retention, quick-review training to ensure that their staff or students are ready for projects on demand.
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.
Learn how to simplify your life and get quicker results when you use the Autodesk Revit API to automate or extend the functionality of Revit software. There is an obvious cost savings acssociated with automation, but there's an even larger ROI when even automation can be automated.
Perhaps you have heard that stairs and railings in Autodesk Revit 2013 software have gotten some significant new features. It's true! Stairs and railings sport many new features in this release. In this class, we will focus on a few new areas that should have an immediate positive effect on your stair and railing modeling workflow. Many commercial buildings include overlapping stairs, such as overlapping egress stairs. Using the new component-based stair, we will explore how we can now create an overlapping stair. Revit 2013 gives us ways to achieve such a stair without the common workarounds. With the new railing features, we can create handrails that include parametric railing extensions. Furthermore, handrails can now have true supports and returns (not balusters masquerading as supports). Stairs and railings are likely to remain an active area of development in future Revit releases, but don't let this stop you from exploring the many exciting possibilities that Revit 2013 presents right now.
While still new to some, leading organizations are integrating Building Information Modeling (BIM) and facility management workflows to deliver impressive results. Simplifying building handover, improving space management, and streamlining maintenance planning are just a few of the benefits. But how do you get there? Defining BIM deliverable guidelines and resolving contractual and process issues are first steps to ensuring the model is a usable tool that becomes an essential part of a facilities management strategy. But how do you gather the needed data from all the stakeholders in the building lifecycle and deliver on the owner’s requirements? What makes a successful project handoff? As leader of the FM:BIM working group for FM:Systems, Marty works daily with organizations as they implement BIM into their facilities strategy. Join Marty Chobot as he discusses best practices in collaboration as learned from customers like The MathWorks, Xavier University, and the Iowa Department of Corrections.