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Building information modelling is becoming synonymous with the architectural and construction industries, and with key stakeholder and building owners demanding decreased costs, on time and on budget delivery, and post completition building information. The adoption of BIM will continue to grow both in the private and public sectors as well as in the construction supply chain where BIM content and deliverables are being demanded as part of project expectations.

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Alan Johnson

A Quick Tip For Revit Floor Finishes

A Quick Tip For Revit Floor Finishes
You can apply Revit floor finishes in a variety of ways. Most methods are based on the thickness of the finish material. For example, a thin finish such as a carpet might be applied with the split face and paint tool, whereas a thicker finish such as mortar-set stone tile might be a separate floor. As with most things Revit, either method can be used for either finish type, with neither way b...
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An Overview Of The Autodesk Revit Interface For 2018

An Overview Of The Autodesk Revit Interface For 2018
Regular Autodesk Revit users will no doubt remember where particular tools/commands are in tabs, and which window contains what info etc. However, new or inexperienced Revit users often struggle to find or remember the different names of commands, where the options bar is, or even where was that tick box that controlled how something looked is. Therefore, it should be helpful to go through a gener...
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Alan Johnson

Revit Drawing Sheets - Alternate Parameter Options For Controlling Drawing Status

Revit Drawing Sheets - Alternate Parameter Options For Controlling Drawing Status
When creating drawing sheets in Autodesk Revit we have an option to use Project Information (Manage Tab) to fill in predefined parameters which then automatically fill in the text in the title box on all the sheets that we create. One of the parameters is Project Status, where we can type in whatever we want to show for the Status - for example Tender Issue, Preliminary, Construction or As Built. ...
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Ian Robinson

Use a single source for your Data with the AEC Collection

Use a single source for your Data with the AEC Collection
BIM discussions are often about the big picture and can sometimes seem a little over complex for the day to day work of the Engineer. So, to address this, let's take a quick look at connected data. One big risk in an Infrastructure project is making a decision based on old or out of date data. Therefore procuring and using the same piece of data in a whole host of applications makes sense and redu...
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Alan Johnson

A Quick Tip For Revit Room Volume Computation

A Quick Tip For Revit Room Volume Computation
Have you ever created a room in an Autodesk Revit floor plan and tagged it to get the area and volume, but for the volume it shows as ‘Room Volume is Not Computed’? This is because volume computation may affect Revit performance, so we enable it only when we want to prepare and print schedules or other views that report volumes. To see room volumes on the Properties palette, in tags, and in room ...
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