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CO5799: Constructive Change: Assembling Revit Models for Data Management Success

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Key Learning

Key Learning

  • Learn how to use your model to track model and information changes throughout the project lifecycle
  • Understand effective practices for model use in downstream activities, particularly as progress effects the model and its data
  • Understand how to easily move information between Revit software model iterations in all phases to include design development
  • Learn how to identify solutions for managing external data sets with your Revit software model for greater efficiency in your modeling activities

Materials

Materials

Description

Description

One of the biggest challenges faced by firms today is accessing and managing the multitude of model data generated on a project. Each week the team makes adjustments to the model and its information and you hope to capture those changes and understand how they affect various downstream activities. But even in the age of technology, most model changes are performed by old-fashioned page turns, which is too late and already out of date. Can you quickly and easily find changes between versions of a Revit software model? Can you easily coordinate and identify those changes in your Navisworks coordination model? What is the cost of the change you didn't catch? This in-depth session introduces effective practices for managing Revit model changes in coordination with the various software packages you may be be integrating with your Revit model for creating cost estimates, schedules, work breakdown structures, bid packages, and so on. Join us to understand how you can constructively manage for model change.

Target Audience

Target Audience

Those interested in management of the I in BIM.

Speakers

Speakers

john grady

With over 18 years of experience across a wide variety of fields, John Grady's career started with the United States Navy Seabees as a tradesman. This position led to a position as an estimator with W. G. Yates and Sons Construction Company and then as a Building Information Modeling (BIM) manager with McCarthy Building Companies, Inc. John is now the director of Virtual Construction for CRB Construction, where his primary goal is to proactively lead and develop the utilization and implementation of virtual design and construction (VDC)-related technologies and processes that all team members can implement. CRB's processes are designed to enhance CRB's integration with project partners to provide clients with top value for their budgets. John also serves as CRB's representative on many national BIM committees. Through interfacing with the various national standards committees, John helps CRB to employ the latest and most effective VDC processes on the company's projects.

Nancy Clark Brown

Nancy is passionate about technology and is genuinely invested in helping the AEC industry become more efficient and productive in design and construction delivery. Prior to Assemble Systems, Nancy was a Sr. Manager at Autodesk, with the Education team. She has experience working with many Autodesk products including 360 Glue and Field, Revit Architecture, and Navisworks Manage. Nancy began her professional career at INTEGRUS Architecture, P.S. and has received many awards for her work including a national award from the American Institute of Architects Small Practitioners Knowledge Forum for the Murphy Residence, a project that she modeled entirely in ArchiCad in 2001. Nancy has a Master of Science in Advanced Architectural Design from Columbia University in the City of New York and a BArch from Washington State University. She is a licensed architect in the State of Washington and a member of the American Institute of Architects.

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Published

  • 2014
  • CO5799
  • AU Las Vegas

Software

  • Revit for Construction, AutoCAD

Industries

  • Architecture
  • Construction and Utilities

Topics

  • Construction