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.
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
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.
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.
A360 Collaboration for Revit cloud service gives your team the ability to coordinate with live Revit software models that are always up to date. Previous workflows involved expensive IT setup and extensive project management to keep the project running smoothly. Come see how A360 Collaboration for Revit will make your next project flow easier by working in the cloud. This session features Collaboration for Revit and Revit. AIA Approved
Ice District is a megaproject going up in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. The project has 3 main prime architect firms working concurrently on the project (Dialog, Hersch Bedner Associates, and Stantec), and many other consultants all coming together to completely rebuild the city’s epicenter. The project migrated into A360 Collaboration for Revit software, and it has been an interesting journey of technology convincing leadership of all the firms and disciplines that this would be the better way to work on this truly epic project. We will showcase the project, the Revit software components coming together, the types of coordination, tools used, measures taken, Building Information Modeling (BIM) execution plan concepts, and a lot of the power of A360 cloud-based collaboration service. Fundamentally, Dialog was managing the entire parkade of the city blocks beneath the skyscrapers that the other architecture firms were designing. Stantec's new corporate headquarters were going up in the blocks along with another skyscraper for office use adjacent. This session features Collaboration for Revit and A360 Team.
In this class, we will create a project in A360 cloud-based collaboration service. We will learn how to invite project contributors. We will review the differences between project contributors and team members, and we’ll change rights to demonstrate the differences. Once the project is set up on A360, we will learn how to host a cloud Revit software model on the A360 project we created. We will also review added features, such as publishing to A360 and the Communicator. At the end of the class, you will be able to host Revit software models to the cloud for projects, communicate with the project team effectively, and invite the team to contribute to the desired project. This session features Collaboration for Revit, A360, and A360 Team. AIA Approved<br/><br/>
We will explore together how to optimize a collaborative multidisciplinary platform utilizing A360 Collaboration for Revit cloud service and the A360 Team hub throughout the design process. We will discuss best approaches for joint-venture projects for small or mid-size practices. The speaker will share with you expertise of 2 years, and the best approach to apprehend such difficult decisions in terms of technology implementation. A360 Collaboration for Revit cloud service and A360 Team help our distributed teams to collaborate efficiently without losing our sight of the project delivery or its control throughout the entire design process. Instant messaging is possible in Revit software, awareness of presence in model is possible without leaving Revit software, and more is possible in Communicator for Revit software. This session features Collaboration for Revit, A360 Team, and Revit. AIA Approved
This class overviews basic setups, installation, and use of A360 Collaboration for Revit cloud service, and will examine how it has been used, advantages and disadvantages, things to consider for remote access and telecommuting, and how to push content to A360 cloud-based collaboration service. We will also touch on topics for organizational structures and project management in conjunction with A360 Collaboration for Revit cloud service and A360. This session features Collaboration for Revit and BIM 360 Glue. AIA Approved
The demanding pace in the design industry for faster collaboration with outside consultants, and the need to provide multiple resources from different office locations, is making it necessary to find quicker and more-efficient solutions to resolve those demands. Hear how a 200-person architectural firm took A360 Collaboration for Revit cloud service and implemented it into its daily workflow, proving that a small pilot project to a multimillion-dollar hotel resort can save a lot of time, money, and effort in its new workflow. This session features Collaboration for Revit, A360, and Collaboration for Revit. AIA Approved
We have been taught how to create models, how models can be appended together to make an entire building including its building services, but how we work together has often been miss interpreted. Do we simply all design in the same environment and say that's collaboration? Or can we go beyond this? In this session, not only do we discuss how you can engage with each other we inspire you to become the facilitator of change. We have taught a number of Owner / Developers how to feel empowered, embrace the change in to virtual design and now facilitate it's use on their next project. True collaboration through BIM's should be directed from the top, expectations set and met. Efficiency driven with the end in mind. With a facilitator driving everyone forward from the beginning of the project - we have structure.
There is a rapidly emerging market for net-zero and positive energy design and construction in the home building industry. Learn how to use Revit software and Insight 360 software along with external research sources to create trustworthy energy and solar simulations or net-zero design. Including real-world case studies and software demonstrations, this class will teach you how to utilize your simulation results in conjunction with cost-benefit analysis in determining the most economical path to zero energy, balancing energy-reduction measures with energy production. You will learn architectural methods of integrating photovoltaic (PV) panels into home design, as well as successful methods of marketing and financing net-zero and positive energy homes. You will see demonstrations and examples of Revit software techniques for design and visualization of integrated solar. This class will empower you with the knowledge and confidence to design, build, and sell net-zero and positive energy homes to an emerging market. This session features Revit, Collaboration for Revit, and Revit Architecture. AIA Approved
You’ve been using AutoCAD software to produce your drawings for some time, and you have a huge library of details. Now that you’re moving to Revit software what happens to all these details? You don’t what to just trash them, and you don’t want to recreate them in Revit software. In this class, we'll look at the next step in your transition to Revit software. We'll see how you can still use those details right in your Revit projects straight from AutoCAD software. We’ll explore how we can bring those existing details into Revit software and have them be referenced correctly in our projects just like they were created there. We’ll even look (when you have time) at how to Revitize your AutoCAD details to start building a true Revit detail library. So, if not being able to use your details is holding you back from switching to Revit software—or you're just not sure how to do it—don’t let that stop you. You don’t have to throw them out—they’re still good. This session features Revit, AutoCAD, and Collaboration for Revit. AIA Approved
Why settle for still-image rendering when you can virtually explore your building design from every angle and location? Recent advances in game engines and graphics processing enable anyone to go from Revit software to real time in practically real time. But getting beautiful results isn't accidental—it takes careful attention to detail often overlooked when creating still image renderings. By the end of this session, you'll be able to create beautifully compelling and timesaving virtual presentations of your Revit project that will amaze your client and silence the competition. This session features Revit and Collaboration for Revit. AIA Approved
Carolinas HealthCare System will review strategic implementation of Building Information Modeling (BIM) from project inception to facilities management. We’ll then explore the benefits of project processes, such as multiteam member collaboration, virtual coordination, and owner BIM standards that help minimize project risk. The owner team will also describe their use of BIM during facilities management, which includes space management, asset management, and virtual documentation. Carolinas HealthCare System will conclude with the BIM program lessons learned and return on investment of their BIM to FIM (forensic information modeling) implementation. This session features Revit and Collaboration for Revit. AIA Approved
Interact with a panel of Revit software API experts to answer your questions and discuss all relevant topics of your choice. For anyone writing add-ins for Revit software, this is the perfect forum to better get to know the people who shape the APIs you work with, and explain your views, ideas, and problems face to face. Please note that prior .NET programming and Revit add-in development experience is required. This class is not suitable for beginners. This session features Revit, BIM 360 Docs, and Collaboration for Revit. AIA Approved