BIM (Building Information Modeling) and virtual design and construction (VDC) managers serve pivotal roles in empowering stakeholders across multiple disciplines and teams to fully maximize the BIM data stored in the model. Design models often lack construction data needed for downstream use, but adding customized information to a conditioned and structured model can result in a model that can be utilized from design to construction to handover. Currently, siloed solutions force teams to maintain multiple sources of truth for project documents at different project phases, resulting in heightened confusion. In this session, we will cover how project teams can incorporate integrated workflows with Assemble software, and get the full benefit of a common data environment (CDE) used by other Autodesk construction solutions, facilitating collaboration between project members to avoid duplication and mistakes.
- Discover the benefits of using a common data environment for project files
- Get a refresher on using user-defined properties in the model without the need of Revit
- Discover the latest enhancements to Assemble
- Learn about Assemble's contribution to Construction Cloud common data environment (Autodesk Docs, and so on)