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Lewis Wenman

LO-AEC10: How Good Is Your Revit Model?

(Duration 32:25)

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Key Learning

Key Learning

  • How to examine the model and assess if the fundamental modelling methodology of the software has been adopted
  • How to check the model for optimum performance and prepare it for issuance providing a Quality Assurance process
  • How to utilise Revit’s capabilities for management along with applications such as Autodesk Model Checker and Dynamo
  • How to produce a report that details how compliant and suitable the model is

Materials

Materials

Description

Description

Have you ever received a model and wondered what’s inside? Or questioned how the model was put together? Do you have issues with your model performance and don’t know where to start looking? We are not just talking about the geometry but the metadata and how the model has been put together. This session will look under the bonnet of the Revit model and assess the quality and suitability of the data so that a valid assessment can be made of what the model can be used for and if it is safe for you to integrate into your own data set. The session will discuss Quality Assurance and introduce a process/tool that utilizes Revit capabilities for management along with applications such as Autodesk Model Checker and Dynamo, accumulating into a report that details how compliant and suitable the model is.

Target Audience

Target Audience

Building Services Engineer, Building/Civil Engineering, Construction Engineer, Construction Manager, Electrical Engineer, Engineering Analyst, Facility Manager, IT Manager/CAD Equipment Manager, Mechanical Engineer, Quantity Surveyor, Structural Engineer/Technician, Technical Director, Technical Drafter, Other

Speakers

Speakers

Lewis Wenman

With over 30 years of industry and 22 years of delivery experience with BIM, Lewis has advanced knowledge of CAD/BIM processes. His past experiences of working for the design team, contractors, and clients have enabled him to gain a clear understanding with practical delivery along with working knowledge of BIM processes and supporting software applications. As a keen advocate of Building Information Modelling, Lewis was involved with “The Europier Terminal at Heathrow" in 1994. This was the first successful project model to support design and construction co-ordination in the UK. Lewis is also a committee member for the AEC (UK) BIM Protocol which provides practical guidance for implementation of technology aligned with the British Standards.

Lewis Courtnell

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Tags

Published

  • 2017
  • LO-AEC10
  • AU London

Software

  • Revit
  • Dynamo Studio

Industry

  • Construction Services

Topics

  • Architecture
  • Building Construction
  • Building Owners and Operators
  • Mechanical
  • Electrical and Plumbing (MEP)
  • Structural Engineering
  • CAD Management and IT