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Lecture    MP2123
21 Time-Saving Tips, Workarounds, and Best Practices for As-Built MEP Projects
LARRY KLEINKEMPER, AIA
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Description

As-built MEP can be the most complex, time-consuming part of any Building Information Modeling (BIM) project. However, with the inclusion of the ReCap™ point cloud engine into Revit®-based software, modeling as-built MEP is now much easier. This class features 21 time-saving tips and best practices that can dramatically slash your as-built MEP scanning and modeling workflow. Using examples from actual as-built MEP projects, you learn an array of practical project management tips and ideas that will help you deliver an as-built MEP Revit model more efficiently than ever before.

Key Learnings

  • Create an as-built model and workflow that uses the latest software tools and best practices to maximize efficiency
  • Collect the necessary amount of on-site laser scan data in the most efficient process
  • Understand how third-party software plug-ins can augment as-built modeling in Revit
  • Implement an array of time-saving scanning and modeling tips on your very next MEP project

Speakers

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Larry Kleinkemper, AIA, has lectured on 3 continents. He has spoken at Autodesk University, SPAR, Texas Society of Architects Convention, the Building Communities Conference, and many other events. Larry is known as a leader in computer modeling, rendering, and animation, Larry has received honors among his peers and clients for his expertise. He is an architect with over 18 years of experience in his field. Over the last decade, he has concentrated on providing light detection and ranging (LiDAR) scanning of buildings in order to create precise intelligent models. His registrations include National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB)-accredited architect, and he is currently registered in Texas and Missouri. He is the past executive president of the Autodesk Animation User Group Association, and he is a past president and founder of the 3ds Max User Group in London, England. He is a current member of the American Institute of Architects and the U.S. Institute of Building Documentation.
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