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Are You Using Autodesk® Revit® to Optimize Your BIM Workflow
Module 1: The Difference between Autodesk® Revit® and BIM
Jerry L. Marselle Jr.
BIM Manager, Shelley Metz Bauman Hawk Inc.
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Class Summary
In this module, we will look at the differences between Autodesk® Revit®
and BIM.
To understand the differences between Autodesk® Revit® and BIM, we
will look at their definitions and see how they work together. We will also
see some examples of the pitfalls of using Autodesk® Revit® as a drawing
tool instead of in a true BIM Workflow.
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Where did we come from????
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Are we doing this the right way?
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Understanding
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AUTODESK® REVIT®
IS
BIM
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What is BIM???
Building Information Modeling (BIM) is the process of
generating and managing building data during its life
cycle. Typically it uses three-dimensional, real-time,
dynamic building modeling software to increase
productivity in building design and construction. The
process produces the Building Information Model (also
abbreviated BIM), which encompasses building
geometry, spatial relationships, geographic information,
and quantities and properties of building components.
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What is Autodesk® Revit®???
Autodesk®
Revit®
Architecture
building
design software
Autodesk®
Revit®
software
is specifically
builthelps
for
architects and designers capture and analyze early concepts, and
Building
Information
Modeling
(BIM),
helping
building
then better maintain designs through documentation and
professionals
design,
and maintain
construction. Enjoy
a morebuild,
collaborative,
integratedhigher-quality,
building design
process
by sharing essential
BIM data with your partners, and use
more energy-efficient
buildings.
BIM workflows to help drive more efficient sustainable design
analysis, clash detection, construction planning, and material
fabrication. Autodesk® Revit® Architecture building design software
helps architects and designers capture and analyze early concepts,
and then better maintain designs through documentation and
construction. Enjoy a more collaborative, integrated building design
process by sharing essential BIM data with your partners, and use
BIM workflows to help drive more efficient sustainable design
analysis, clash detection, construction planning, and material
fabrication.
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So, in plain English……
•BIM is a process
•Autodesk® Revit® is a tool to leverage that process
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Promise of BIM and Autodesk® Revit®
•Increases speed of delivery
•Better coordination
•Decreases labor cost
•Increase in quality of output
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Are You Using Autodesk® Revit® to Optimize Your BIM Workflow
Module 2: The Importance of Good Communication
Jerry L. Marselle Jr.
BIM Manager, Shelley Metz Bauman Hawk Inc.
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Class Summary
In this module, we will discuss the importance of good communication in a
BIM workflow while using Autodesk® Revit®.
Communication is the cornerstone for a good BIM workflow. We will look
at some of the reasons communication is important, and look at some
examples of the results of bad communication and good communication
and how they affected the Autodesk® Revit® model.
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Things have changed
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There will be issues
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This does NO
GOOD!!!!!!!
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Time & Effort
The Paradigm Shift
SD
DD
CD
CA
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Communication within office
Educational Sessions
Q&A / Open Forum Discussions
Share your Tips and Tricks
Be open to everyone’s input
Huddle with the team
OFTEN!
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ASK FOR HELP!!!!!!!!
Even the smartest, best trained
person in the office is new to the
program!
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Blogs
Discussion Groups
Autodesk® Wikihelp- http://wikihelp.autodesk.com/enu
Local User Groups
Create relationships
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Are You Using Autodesk® Revit® to Optimize Your BIM Workflow
Module 3: What Issues Should Be Addressed
Jerry L. Marselle Jr.
BIM Manager, Shelley Metz Bauman Hawk Inc.
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Class Summary
In this module, we will discuss some of the issues that will need to be
addressed before beginning a new project.
A true integrated BIM Workflow involves everyone on the design team
being fully coordinated and on the same page. Since we no longer rely
just on 2D printed output for our coordination, there will be issues that will
need to be addressed before we can begin working on a BIM Project using
Autodesk® Revit®.
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What Version of Autodesk® Revit®
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Revit Version
.RVT files are not backwards compatible
.RVT file can not be saved back to an older
version
All members of the Design Team must be
using the same version of Autodesk® Revit®
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Autodesk® Revit® 2014!!!!!
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Phasing
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Design Options
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Positioning a Link
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LOD
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LOD
Level Of………
Development
Detail
What we do for others
What we do for ourselves
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AIA 302 Protocol
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When and How?
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WHEN IS ASAP!!!!
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HOW?????
Have a BIM Specific Kickoff Meeting!!
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We WILL hit roadblocks!
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Are You Using Autodesk® Revit® to Optimize Your BIM Workflow
Module 4: Coordinating the Information
Jerry L. Marselle Jr.
BIM Manager, Shelley Metz Bauman Hawk Inc.
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Class Summary
In this module, we will discuss ways to be sure our information will be
coordinated in the models.
We will be receiving models from other members of the design team, and
will be sharing our models with everyone else. This frequent exchange of
information means we have to take steps to assure that all the information
can be coordinated effectively.
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Let’s get right to Autodesk® Revit®!
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Ownership
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Accuracy
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CHECK THE MODEL!!!!!
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Are You Using Autodesk® Revit® to Optimize Your BIM Workflow
Module 5: Tools for Leveraging a BIM Process
Jerry L. Marselle Jr.
BIM Manager, Shelley Metz Bauman Hawk Inc.
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Class Summary
In this module, we will look at some tools, both in and out of Autodesk®
Revit® that can be used to help leverage a BIM Process.
Since Autodesk® Revit® is a tool designed to work in a BIM Process, it
provides many useful functions to do just that. We will look at tools that
can be used for our internal and external workflows. We will also look at
tools not part of Autodesk® Revit® that can also be used in those
workflows.
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Let’s get right to Autodesk® Revit®!
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Interference Checking
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Create A 3D View of what you want to see
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Interference Checking – A few things to remember
You cannot check a model with more than one linked
model at a time
You cannot check two linked models with each other
You cannot ignore “legit” clashes
If you do not fix the clash, it will reappear in the next
Interference Check
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Tools outside of Autodesk® Revit®
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Web Conferencing and Collaboration
Services
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Autodesk® 360 Tools
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Next Steps
Modules in this class:
 Module 1: The Difference Between Autodesk Revit® and
BIM
 Module 2: The Importance of Good Communication
 Module 3: What Issues Should Be Addressed
 Module 4: Coordinating the Information
 Module 5: Tools for Leveraging a BIM Process
Recommended next steps:
 Take another module in this class
 Review the Class Catalog
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