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Instructional Demo    CS226329
From Prefab to Project Completion: The Complete Revit and BIM 360 Workflow
Daniel Smith
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Description

Revit software delivers a range of valuable toolsets for those contractors and subcontractors who want to further enhance their construction modeling workflows and explore opportunities in prefabrication. When coupled with BIM 360 software, Revit provides an integrated solution, letting teams connect design and fabrication with site execution and delivery. This session will cover a detailed workflow on the advantages of Autodesk’s Revit Assembly and Part features (including the Structural Precast Extension) for the development of coordinated shop drawings. Beyond design, attendees will also learn about extending this workflow, taking fabrication models to the field using BIM 360 for quality control and material tracking. With the integration of Revit and BIM 360, we will also explore the benefits this provides in connecting disparate data sources to provide transparency and real-time project control through the use of business intelligence and model-based reporting.

Key Learnings

  • Learn how to utilize Revit software’s assembly and parts features (including the Structural Precast Extension) in producing fabrication models
  • Understand the requirements involved in preparing fabrication models for use in BIM 360 Glue and BIM 360 Field
  • Understand how to connect BIM 360 Field QA and commissioning activities with model-based workflows
  • Learn how integrated data sources can be used for business intelligence and model analysis

Speakers

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Daniel Smith is a Building Information Modeling (BIM)/Virtual Design and Construction (VDC) Manager with Hansen Yuncken, and currently works withthe business’s Innovation Group, called HYway, which leads the development and implementation of the company’s enterprise BIM initiative. Daniel’s role within the business is to lead the implementation of BIM technologies in support of the business’s BIM strategic plan, encompassing all business units, including preconstruction, design management, estimating, planning, and site management. Prior to joining Hansen Yuncken, Daniel had many years of experience in the implementation of Autodesk, Inc., technologies, and was the lead in the implementation of BIM 360 Field software across the enterprise. He is also actively involved in the implementation of BIM 360 Glue software, Navisworks software, and Revit software at all levels of the business, while in support of the business’s strategic objectives.
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