This class will provide insight into concepts of a project lifecycle view toward connected BIM (Building Information Modeling) within the AECFM industry. We will introduce you to a foundational framework that, exploring computational modeling, uses design models for downstream construction, handover, and operation use. This includes using parametric conditioning to augment the level of detail (LOD) and modeling conventions according to your specific BIM purposes. Utilizing such powerful tools as Revit Parts and Dynamo (to script in Revit API), we will provide efficient solutions to streamline collaboration through the Architecture, Engineering & Construction Collection and augment the content and convention of linked models to avoid remodeling. We will showcase how you will be able to establish model-based workflows for such tasks as constructability reviews, clash detections and management, scheduling, estimating, building information hand-over, and operation. You will also be able to explore other applications that align with your own practices.
- Learn how to utilize Dynamo to script in the Revit API to verify and augment design models for downstream construction and FM workflows
- Learn how to capitalize on connected-BIM workflows through computational design with AEC Collection
- Learn how to utilize Dynamo to script in Revit API to verify and augment design models for downstream construction and FM workflows
- Learn how to create and utilize Revit parts to maintain control over the content and convention of linked models