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Josh Moore

AR20422: Everyday Dynamo: Automating Simple Solutions That Bridge Workflow Gaps Within Revit

(Duration 01:28:05)

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Key Learning

Key Learning

  • Increase awareness and familiarity with Dynamo visual programming nodes and packages
  • Learn about basic troubleshooting when working with Dynamo scripts that fail
  • Recognize when Dynamo can save you valuable time on projects
  • Discover simple and innovative ways to bridge workflow gaps in Revit

Description

Description

Are you a Building Information Modeling (BIM) manager seeking to increase the efficiency of your company and project teams? Are you a model manager struggling through workflow issues? Or maybe you’re neither of those, but you work in Revit software every day and want to learn ways to work smarter. This class will focus on using visual programming in the Dynamo extension to bridge everyday workflow gaps within Revit software. The class will provide a brief overview of Dynamo and the many available packages that the Dynamo community has already created that can be used to automate many tasks. The class will also go over some basic tips and tricks you can use when setting up Dynamo, and we’ll troubleshoot. The remainder of the class will focus on specific examples that bridge workflow gaps and/or increase automation within Revit software. Example scripts will include the following: finding annotation styles within legends for model cleanup; coordinating dummy view tags across linked models; binding models without losing workset/phase information; swapping ceiling-based lights for face-based lights. This session features Dynamo Studio and Revit. AIA Approved

Target Audience

Target Audience

Architects, Engineers, and Contractors

BIM/Model Managers

Speakers

Speakers

Josh Moore

Josh Moore is a design applications manager at Perkins+Will, where he is responsible for support, training, and development of all design applications in use. In particular, he is regularly engaged by design teams and leadership for his expertise in executing successful Building Information Modeling (BIM) / Revit software projects. While at Perkins+Will, his efforts have focused on implementing and improving Revit software content and workflows. He is passionate about understanding the process of architecture and translating it into practical and successful uses of design technology. Moore earned a bachelor’s degree in architecture in 2007, and is a CSI Construction Document Technologist (CDT) and a Revit Architecture Certified Professional. He has spent more than 10 years in the architectural industry, including 7 spent performing project work and BIM management. Additionally, he is the owner and operator of revitinfo.com, and he enjoys visual scripting with the Dynamo extension. Moore resides in Plano, Texas, with his wife and 3 children.

Justin Benjamin

I have been the Design Applications Manager in Perkins+Will’s Washington, DC office for over 3 years. I have an additional eight years of experience in the architecture and engineering industry (combining my design studio experience with my design applications expertise. I have been Autodesk Revit Architecture Certified Professional and guide project teams through their required applications in all phases from programming through construction. With extensive expertise in Building Information Modeling and Computer-aided Facility Management systems. I work with various types of clients in integrating models and data within their organizations.

In addition, I teach Construction Documents at Marymount University as an adjunct professor.

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Published

  • 2016
  • AR20422
  • AU Las Vegas

Software

  • Dynamo Studio
  • Revit

Industries

  • General Architecture. Engineering and Construction
  • Architecture Services

Topics

  • Architecture