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The Revit Requirement: Benefits of TC & Designer Single Software Project Delivery
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BIM/VDC in AEC have been reliant upon Rosetta Stone Softwares that allow trades and designers to view one-another's scope and documentation. It is Gilbane's opinion that one of the largest areas of inefficiency in the shop drawing process is the translation of design information to installation information. While no software is going to make this process effortless, it should be noted that for a designer to work in one software and trade contractors to work in others represents a lack of forward momentum for the sake of one entity's (of many) sunk costs. It is our opinion that it is possible to align all strategic contractors into one software platform allowing for seamless '3D Xrefs', accelerating processes and almost eliminating the need for model translation schemes. Finally, we will demonstrate that since 2015, it has impacted the subcontractor community with Scopes of Work that require this process, and will share what data we have on the schedule and cost benefits to the process.

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  • BIM/VDC in AEC have been reliant upon Rosetta Stone Softwares that allow trades and designers to view one-another's scope and documentation. It is Gilbane's opinion that one of the largest areas of inefficiency in the shop drawing process is the translation of design information to installation information. While no software is going to make this process effortless, it should be noted that for a designer to work in one software and trade contractors to work in others represents a lack of forward momentum for the sake of one entity's (of many) sunk costs. It is our opinion that it is possible to align all strategic contractors into one software platform allowing for seamless '3D Xrefs', accelerating processes and almost eliminating the need for model translation schemes. Finally, we will demonstrate that since 2015, it has impacted the subcontractor community with Scopes of Work that require this process, and will share what data we have on the schedule and cost benefits to the process.
  • To understand the positive cost/schedule deviation from a legacy baseline that this process can achieve.
  • To understand the positive cost/schedule deviation from a legacy baseline that this process can achieve.
  • To understand the positive cost/schedule deviation from a legacy baseline that this process can achieve.

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