This class presents a strategy for development of structural projects using Revit® Structure, Vault, Navisworks, Autodesk® Design Review, and Robot™ Structural Analysis software. Learn about every step of a workflow for large projects, including setting up the LAN environment, creating Revit central files, generating links among architectural and MEP files, defining the stakeholder groups, and drawing and model reviews. This class also brings up some best practices, limitations, advantages, and tips for designers and BIM managers.
and anyone who needs to manage models
Marco is a BIM Technical Consultant for Frazillio & Ferroni, an Autodesk Gold Partner located in São Paulo - Brazil. He is a Civil Engineer and earned his master's degree in Structural Analysis. Marco has extensive experience in providing integrated workflows using Autodesk's solutions for Architectural, Structural and MEP companies. He is a Collaborator in Autodesk's User Group.
Diego is a Technical Specialist for Frazillio & Ferroni, an Autodesk Gold Partner located in São Paulo, Brazil. He holds a Bachelor of Engineering (Chemical Engineering) and specializes in Revit MEP, AutoCAD Plant 3D, AutoCAD P&ID, and BIM management. He provides support for BIM implementation and training for engineering companies. Having participated in several multidisciplinary projects, Diego has faced many challenges requiring him to create tailored workflows for each companies' needs, and he is always interested in enhancing workflows with new product features.
This class covers the use of Revit Structure software as a bridge modeling tool and how to evolve the information with additional tools such as Navisworks® and others. We use recent examples of bridge projects as case studies to demonstrate creating bridge model elements and integrating them into a larger model. We discuss challenges encountered in creating these elements as well as lessons learned.
AU Las Vegas
Revit for Structural Engineers, Navisworks Products