Are you required to submit a COBie deliverable from your Revit software model? Do you need to be able to apply classification data to Revit elements from systems such as UniFormat, MasterFormat, OmniClass, Uniclass, or even a custom database? This session will provide a deep dive into the 2 tools to help you do this: COBie Extension for Revit software and Classification Manager for Revit software. Learn how to get them, how they work, and how you can configure them to meet your needs. Walk away with the expertise necessary to manage and track COBie and classification system data in your Revit models. This session features Revit. AIA Approved
- Learn which COBie data can be generated by the Revit model, and how to collect that data quickly and efficiently
- Understand how to capitalize on the connectivity between COBie and major classification systems within your model
- Find out how easy it is to create your own classification system and apply the data directly to Revit elements
- Learn how to export COBie-compliant worksheets directly from your Revit model
After receiving his architectural degree, T.J. Meehan began his career by working in several architectural firms across the United States, gaining experience on both commercial and residential projects. Transitioning from the design side of the industry, he has now become a recognized expert on the technology side, working for one of the nation's most successful Autodesk, Inc., partners as their Vice President of Technology Solutions. He is an Autodesk Implementation Certified Expert and has presented at many industry events, including Autodesk University. A registered architect and LEED-accredited professional, T.J. capitalizes on his skills to help companies successfully train and implement BIM and FM solutions.
Jason has worked across the design and technology spectrum of the AEC industry for 20 years. After graduating from the University of Virginia School of Architecture, he began his career as an architectural designer for a major mid-Atlantic architecture firm specializing in large, public sector projects. Discovering a passion and knack for technology, he migrated to the IT support world, spending over a decade as the Director of Information Technology, where he applied that passion to help architects and engineers leverage technology in new and exciting ways, and save time in the process. Working at CADD Microsystems, Jason has been able to apply his knowledge and experience to help a wider range of customers achieve the same goals. He is one of the founders of RevitRVA, a Revit user group in the central Virginia area, and has a wide array of knowledge and experience with both software and hardware to help companies improve their processes and work more effectively.