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Aubrey Tucker

AR22052: Reviving the Hand-Drawn Redlines

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Key Learning

Key Learning

  • Learn as an experienced practitioner how to use A360 markup tools
  • Learn how to track markups as complete or incomplete
  • Learn how to delegate tasks from markups in Revit schedules
  • Learn how to make use of scanned images in the Revit environment

Materials

Materials

Description

Description

As technology continues to advance for architecture and engineering, a major practice component of quality assurance and quality control continues to be done by hand—redlining. The redlining process is as old as drawings are, and it is now locked in the ability of individuals who are not very adept in computer use of any kind. These are the most experienced individuals from whom we have everything to learn. Empowering the experienced practitioners has become a paramount topic within my firm, and we're using A360 cloud-based collaboration service coupled with a short projection throw monitor on a drafting table to enable them to redline drawings digitally. This session features A360 and Collaboration for Revit. AIA Approved

Target Audience

Target Audience

Architects, Engineers, Office Management, QA/QC professionals

Speakers

Speakers

Aubrey Tucker

Aubrey Tucker's professional experience is within the architecture industry, and specifically in document delivery with Building Information Modeling (BIM) tools. He has experience coordinating large BIM projects; some examples are higher education (1 million-plus square feet), science and technology (clean room and medical equipment heavy projects), skyscrapers (6: a residential tower in Calgary, a residential tower near Vancouver, a mixed-use tower in Edmonton, 2 Houston renovations, a 400-million-square-foot tower in Saudi Arabia), and medical (1 million-plus square feet). He has extensive experience in coordinating teams across multiple software platforms on a single project while keeping work "smart" between offices/groups/teams. Tucker’s interests are in great design, art, parametric modeling, computational design, rapid prototyping, digital fabrication, virtual reality / full immersion hardware and software, 4D and 5D construction modeling/accountability, and all the technology required to process these concepts.

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Tags

Published

  • 2016
  • AR22052
  • AU Las Vegas

Software

  • A360
  • Collaboration for Revit

Industries

  • Buildings
  • Engineering Service Providers

Topics

  • Architecture
  • Design Visualization