Autodesk University
Interoperability - The Software Unicorn - Regional Connector Transit Corridor Project
Industry talk    CS21087
Brindusa Dumitrascu
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, Otto Evans Stallworth III
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Description

Our class focuses on LA Metro’s current transit project located in downtown LA. On the Regional Connector Transit Corridor Project (RCTC) we were able to integrate software from Autodesk (Revit, Civil 3D, Navisworks, BIM 360 Glue), and a variety of other platforms. In this presentation we will share some of the “secrets” on bringing these programs together with efficient and manageable workflows. RCTC is a 1.55 billion underground Light Rail Transit extension that connects Metro’s existing Gold Line Little Tokyo/Arts District Station to its 7th Street/Metro Center Station in downtown LA. This connection will serve as a major link to the current and future LA transit system.
We will show why BIM was the right choice for final design of the project, and we will demonstrate our workflows between Revit and Civil 3D, Revit and AutoSprink, how we used Navisworks for clash detection, BIM360 Glue and BIM 360 Field for model viewing.

Key Learnings

  • Understand the Revit limitations
  • Learn how to bring Civil 3D content into Revit
  • Learn how to bring Revit content into Civil 3D
  • The future of the Unicorn

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Brindusa (Brin) Dumitrascu is a BIM Specialist for Mott MacDonald. She started with the company in Vancouver/Canada in 2008, and moved to LA in 2014. She has a bachelor degree in Computer Science and Mathematics, a master’s degree in Mathematics, and an Associate Certificate in Civil Engineering Technology. Brin’s favorite Autodesk software is Revit (she is a Revit Structure Certified Professional), but she is also familiar with Civil 3D and Navisworks.
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Otto has over 10 years of experience in the use of Autodesk products. He is an experienced designer with a special focus in a rail transit environment and a background in architecture. He is a well-seasoned user in the application of BIM software and currently works as a Design Coordinator for Sydney Metro in one of Mott’s Australian offices. He is part of a multi-disciplinary design team supporting project management, systems integration, engineers and architects coordinating between all parties. Despite his high degree of professionalism, he is mostly here for the free Vegas trip. Please don’t tell his boss.
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