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Grant Doherty

MSF9972: Revit and the Future of Rebar Detailing

(Duration 01:02:17)

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Key Learning

Key Learning

  • Discover best practices for getting started with rebar detailing with Revit
  • Discover various limitations and advantages to Revit reinforcement tools
  • Learn how to use the base Revit reinforcement tools
  • Learn how to prepare shortcuts and workarounds working with the Revit reinforcement tools

Materials

Materials

Description

Description

This class will cover the use of Revit Structure software as a reinforcement detailing platform. We will examine the various reinforcement tools available in Revit software, including rebar extensions, area reinforcement, path reinforcement, 3D rebar, assemblies, and a few add-in programs. We will also touch on some best practices, workarounds, shortcuts, limitations, and advantages. We will show you several examples of actual projects where Revit software reinforcement has been used, and share the models themselves, methods employed for presenting quantities, and placement drawings.

Target Audience

Target Audience

Construction and BIM Managers who are interested in learning about the reinforcement tools in Revit.

Speakers

Speakers

Grant Doherty

Grant Doherty received his bachelor's and master's degree from the University of Wyoming and currently is a project manager at Martin/Martin. In the past Grant has regularly attended Autodesk University, was the Building Information Modeling (BIM) manager at the University of Wyoming and at Martin/Martin, and ran for United States Congress (in his spare time).

Shane Ewing

Principal and manger of Construction Engineering Services team for structural and civil engineering firm

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Tags

Published

  • 2015
  • MSF9972
  • AU Las Vegas

Software

  • Revit for Construction
  • Revit for Construction

Industry

  • Engineering Service Providers

Topics

  • BIM (Building Information Modeling), Building Fabrication