Lecture    AB3729
AutoCAD® Civil 3D® to Autodesk® Revit® and Back
Brandon LaCourciere
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In this class, we will cover the integration of AutoCAD Civil 3D and Autodesk Revit software. Although importing a topographic map into Revit is a simple task, day-to-day coordination of these two disciplines can be very difficult. In this class, we will demonstrate the important benefits that come with coordinating these two disciplines. Furthermore, we will explore third-party applications, such as the Leica CloudWorx for Revit plug-in and Leica TruView, that will be beneficial in working with utilities like Scan to BIM™ from IMAGINiT Technologies and integrations of site surveying. If you have ever wished that coordination between Civil 3D and Revit was easier, this is the class for you.

Key Learnings

  • Achieve multidiscipline coordination within the Revit interface
  • Integrate topographic information for multiple disciplines
  • Coordinate between Revit and Civil 3D
  • Use clash detection and coordination tools in Autodesk® Navisworks®


 Brandon LaCourciere
Brandon LaCourciere
Brandon's experience stems from the construction industry, where he has worked in the areas of architecture, civil design, interior design, and computer animation. He utilizes a variety of architectural software applications in multiple disciplines including design development, construction documentation, 3d visualization, cost estimation, quantity take-offs, and surveying. Brandon's possesses a special ability to communicate and interact with a variety of professionals and trades. His outgoing personality helps to provide a comprehensive and enjoyable experience while increasing our clients' knowledge base. Brandon also shares his expertise in the integration of multiple software platforms across a wide range of industries. Brandon contributes by maximizing the productivity of an office and ensuring that the best tools available support the most appropriate work flow of an organization.

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