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Construction Modeling in Revit Structure: Tips and Tricks for Construction Utilization
Hands-on Lab    CR1506-L-P
Jeremiah Bowles
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Description

Construction and engineering professionals get hands-on training on how to transition from a LOD 300 to LOD 350 model for enhanced construction utilization. This lab and panel discussion demonstrates how to take full advantage of Revit Structure software models using parts and assembly tools, rebar, parameter strategies, and advanced families to extend BIM into construction using Navisworks® Manage software to schedule, estimate, and use the Revit Structure model for shop drawings. We discuss the value of the engineering model and potential for contractors to use it in planning, sequencing, animation, location, detailed shop drawings, fabrication, and estimation. This lab features a Tilt-Up construction project example.

Key Learnings

  • Use vital engineering modeling tools that assist in estimation, fabrication, and construction assembly
  • Explain how construction firms can take advantage of the engineer's model beyond traditional 4D animation and 5D estimating tools
  • Take advantage of advanced techniques and strategies to easily control the engineer's model effectively
  • Explain how engineering and construction firms can work together for mutual benefit-finding synergy

Speakers

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Jeremiah is the National BIM Manager at Black & Veatch engineering and Adjunct Instructor with JCCC. He is BIM Implementation specialists, with a diverse portfolio of experience in Architecture & Engineering since 1992. As an early BIM adopter and innovator he is always looking beyond the technology utilization norms and has focused on value delivery to his clients. His partnership with Academia has helped in understanding educational and organizational learning objectives for continuous improvement. His Academic background is in Architectural / Engineering, has a Business Degree and is currently attaining a Masters in Construction Management
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