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Aaron Vorwerk

AR17677: The Nuts and Bolts of BIM 360 Team and Collaboration for Revit

(Duration 01:02:11)

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Key Learning

Key Learning

  • Learn how to navigate and manage projects on BIM 360Team
  • Discover the differences between traditional collaboration offerings and Collaboration for Revit
  • Learn how to set up and work within a Collaboration for Revit-hosted project
  • Assess the potential impact of Collaboration for Revit on your own firms

Description

Description

Heard about the Collaboration for Revit cloud service, but still on the fence?  This class is for you!  We will take a look at the needs served by this cloud-hosted solution, discuss the value that it brings to the table, and then dive into a live project—first on BIM 360 Team, where all project participants have a stake, and then inside the Revit environment.  In one fast-paced hour, you should have the knowledge needed to make the decision to adopt Collaboration for Revit to extend Building Information Modeling (BIM) workflows within your own firm. This session features Collaboration for Revit, BIM 360 Team, and Revit.

Target Audience

Target Audience

Architects, Structural Engineers, MEP Engineers, Owners, BIM Managers, IT Personnel interested in the impact BIM 360 Team and Collaboration for Revit will have on their business

Speakers

Speakers

Aaron Vorwerk

Aaron Vorwerk—LEED AP BD+C—is a registered architect and civil/structural engineer-in-training. He is also an architecture, engineering, and construction (AEC) industry technology evangelist. He influences customer Building Information Modeling (BIM) workflow adoption and strategy as a trusted advisor; serves as lecturer, panelist, and author on BIM-related topics; and holds graduate degrees in architecture and engineering (MArch, MSCE, BSCE). Vorwerk has acquired widespread experience in architecture, engineering, and construction over 15-plus years, and he has led Revit software transition efforts in 2 design firms. He has earned repeated recognition for instructional quality and Autodesk, Inc., software expertise.

Andrew Percowycz

AP (Andrew) Percowycz has been a technical specialist focused on the architecture, engineering, and construction industry since joining Autodesk, Inc., in August of 2015. As a technical specialist, Percowycz has been working closely with Autodesk partners and customers to deliver applicable industry solutions aligned to all phases of design, construction, and turnover. Percowycz's background is in architecture, working most recently with Page as a project designer involved in complex design-and-build projects.

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Published

  • 2016
  • AR17677
  • AU Las Vegas

Software

  • Collaboration for Revit

Industries

  • Architecture Services
  • Engineering Service Providers

Topics

  • Architecture
  • Building Construction