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Collaboration for Revit: Truth or Myth?
Roundtable    AS125631-R
Philip Chan
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Description

This roundtable discussion will focus on how Collaboration for Revit cloud service changes the way we collaborate on delivering a building design. We'll discuss the benefits and pitfalls with this platform. In addition, we'll compare Collaboration for Revit with other platforms to learn why it stands out. We'll learn whether Collaboration for Revit defines a new standard of how we work as a team.

Key Learnings

  • Learn why Collaboration for Revit has become a better choice when it comes to real-time collaboration
  • Learn the benefit of using Collaboration for Revit compared to other traditional process
  • Learn the pitfalls of using Collaboration for Revit
  • Understand the process of working in this high-trust environment

Speakers

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Philip Chan currently is the Practice Technology Manager at HKS Architects in Dallas, Texas. With an architecture background with over 16 years of experience, he is responsible for managing all things BIM and Revit related from standards to deployment to the latest technology such as C4R. He also conducted Revit training for new hire and seasoned professionals alike. In his spare time, Philip writes on BIM, Revit and related technologies via a blog called “Phil-osophy in BIM”. He has spoken at numerous national technology conferences such as Autodesk University, Revit Technology Conferences (now BILT) as well as Midwest University Conference. Philip holds a Bachelor of Architecture and Environmental Design from University of Houston, is a LEED AP BD+C and an Autodesk Revit certified Professional since 2009.
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