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Lecture    SE2311
Improving Your Deliverables with Revit Structure and SDS/2 Connect
Steven Vasquez, Doug Evans
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Description

Model accuracy is vital to Building Information Modeling (BIM) projects, and connections are a critical component of making the model accurate. SDS/2 Connect, an add-in to Revit® Structure software, makes incorporating code-based connections and transferring the model downstream for manufacturing easier and more accurate than ever before. This class features real-world case studies from engineering companies who have incorporated SDS/2 Connect into their Revit Structure workflow. Highlights include how companies employ SDS/2 Connect as a way to keep the project schedule on track while providing project owners with the ability to secure more competitive bids, use the connection design functionality to avoid erection clashes during the design phase of the project, and create a more valuable deliverable for the owner and architect.

Key Learnings

  • Implement model transfers of the design model from Revit Structure to the manufacturing model in SDS/2 Detailing
  • Incorporate erection clash avoidance into the design phase with your Revit Structure model through connection design
  • List 3 ways that your deliverable and/or work process can be be improved using SDS/2 Connect with Revit Structure
  • Apply the tactics learned from the case studies presented to better utilize the strengths of the Revit Structure and SDS/2 Connect interface

Speakers

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Steven Vasquez
<p>Doug Evans is vice president of sales for Design Data and has been with the company over 20 years. Throughout his two decades in the steel fabrication industry, Evans has been a part of many technology initiatives and panels. He was involved with the design and delivery of some of the first CNC interfaces between CAD systems and fabrication equipment in the early 1990s. Evans also has served on the Intergraph Structural Committee and continues to serve on many AISC advisory boards that are involved in maintaining industry file transfer standards and presenting industry awards. He has helped concept many products for Design Data over the years, with the latest being the rebranding efforts you see today from Design Data. Before joining Design Data, Evans spent five years as director of marketing for the Gallup organization. He has a bachelor of arts in business administration from Nebraska Wesleyan University, with a minor in computer science.</p>
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Doug Evans is vice president of sales for Design Data and has been with the company over 20 years. Throughout his two decades in the steel fabrication industry, Evans has been a part of many technology initiatives and panels. He was involved with the design and delivery of some of the first CNC interfaces between CAD systems and fabrication equipment in the early 1990s. Evans also has served on the Intergraph Structural Committee and continues to serve on many AISC advisory boards that are involved in maintaining industry file transfer standards and presenting industry awards. He has helped concept many products for Design Data over the years, with the latest being the rebranding efforts you see today from Design Data. Before joining Design Data, Evans spent five years as director of marketing for the Gallup organization. He has a bachelor of arts in business administration from Nebraska Wesleyan University, with a minor in computer science.
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