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Dale Harrison

CS20727: Stadium Station Revit Infrastructure Case Studies

(Duration 01:02:59)

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Key Learning

Key Learning

  • Using a Cloud base CDE for multiple site collaboration.
  • Benefits of Modelling Complex Reinforcement.
  • Using Dynamo for construction tasks setting out and modelling
  • Integrating OpenBIM file format into Revit

Description

Description

Case study using Autodesk Revit software to establish a multidisciplinary coordinating model using Infrastructure Design Suite software, and the successful workflow of how to best interact between the different software systems. The project is for the delivery of a six-platform, Stadium Train Station, for specific for the Perth New Stadium. BIM was the key elements in ensuring a high level of co-ordination and constructability with the existing condition and staging for rail shut downs. The presentation will focus on using Revit modelling techniques with the aid of Dynamo for downstream construction management for construction documentation, formwork area, and setting out, scheduling, pour sequencing, procurement integrating multiple OpenBIM formats. Workflows for using a Common Data environment cloud base platform to enable design team and construction team work with the most current data. https://youtu.be/76dfm5VPzKY This session features Revit and Navisworks Manage.

Target Audience

Target Audience

Designers and BIM managers who are interested in using Revit and Dynamo for

Construction documentation or for creating shop drawings, and contractors who are interested in the advantages of using Revit in an infrastructure project.

Speakers

Speakers

Dale Harrison

Dale Harrison has been in the civil and structural engineering field for more than 13 years. His career commenced with AECOM, which has seen him progress from entry-level roles to Building Information Modeling (BIM) manager for Western Australia. There, he has ongoing development of BIM standards focused on reusable lifecycle data planning for project planning and execution, coordination and 4D planning, onsite technologies, and facilities management deliverables using BIM project data sets. His broad project portfolio has seen him face and overcome numerous challenges along his path to success. In his role as BIM manager, Harrison has faced the challenges of BIM early adoption and staff engagement, managing internally. He has spoken at numerous events across Australia, including RTC Australia and BIM Day Out.

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Published

  • 2016
  • CS20727
  • AU Las Vegas

Software

  • Revit
  • Navisworks Manage

Industry

  • Civil Infrastructure

Topics

  • Building Construction
  • Transportation