Learn the best practices to make your integration between RISA and Revit Structure software as seamless as possible. This class covers common pitfalls and mistakes and teaches you how to avoid them. We also cover all of the advanced features of the RISA-Revit Link, including how to use custom families and libraries when integrating with RISA. Extra time is allotted for Q&A.
and Revit Structure users
Matt joined RISA Technologies in 2008 and is responsible for technical support, training and testing of new products. Prior to joining RISA Technologies, Matt was a project engineer for Harley Ellis Devereaux, a jumbo A/E firm based in Detroit. Matt has designed and modeled a number of structures ranging from steel framed hospitals to a concrete flat slab high-rise. Prior to working at HED, Matt worked for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
This hands-on lab focuses on using the conceptual massing environment in Revit Structure software to create complex roofs and walls and other complex shapes, such as a transmission tower or even a battleship. We walk through creating the mass framework and then get into the project. We explore advanced techniques to make trusses, complex beams, and columns that host the mass constructs. We also explore the workflow of how to manage change with these tools and how to master these techniques.
Come to this class and discover Advance Steel, the BIM software product specifically designed for steel detailers and fabricators who require easy-to-use structural software for automating drawing creation, documentation, and fabrication.
Parts first became available in Revit® Structure 2012 and has been widely improved upon since then. This hands-on lab starts with a discussion of the evolution of the Parts tool since it was introduced and explores the many potential applications and uses for this tool. From collaboration and coordination with other disciplines to increasing internal efficiency, this tool has immense potential in the design phase of a project. The lab exercise enables attendees to use the tool and try out some of the features in a simulated project. In addition to covering the positive aspects of this tool, this lab also discusses and demonstrates some prospective challenges associated with using Parts in various applications.