Showcasing the 100,000m2 University hospital of Stavanger we will introduce new workflows in Revit for the seamless design of cross discipline modular and prefabricated components. The Scandinavian hospital proposes a giant lego-like assembly in its construction and tests currently unreleased Revit functionalities which have enabled the efficient control and development of the prefabrication strategy parallel to the overall project design. We will present an interdisciplinary BIM workflow for the drawing and analysis of prefabricated components and show new techniques in data management which have allowed us to monitor component changes, identify deviations, and align project outputs with the information demands of the building industry. This class will also demonstrate how this methodology can be applicable to schools, hotels and other repetitive or prefabricated projects.
- Learn new Revit workflows to effectively design for panelistation/modulisation and strategies for drawing for repetitive design
- Learn new cross-discipline functionalities in Revit which lead to an integrated approach to the prefabrication strategy
- Get insight into a large-scale hospital project with a demanding BIM delivery, and get examples of workflows used to produce the right level of detail at the right time to meet the demands of the project participants
- Get examples of cross-disciplinary information flow and the types of analysis used to assess the modulation strategy and the project as a whole
Bridget White is originally from New Zealand, and completed an honors degree in Architecture at Victoria University in 2006. After beginning her career working in New Zealand she moved to Norway to start at one of the countries largest practices - Nordic Office of Architecture. She is an Architect, Breeam AP, BIM manager, and BIM Coordinator for large scale airports, hospitals, schools, national governmental facilities and transportation hubs. She is part of a team of experts at Nordic using a wide range of Autodesk products and implementing new office workflows involving complex analysis, virtual reality, integrated sustainability, and streamlining the flow of information between architects and the building industry.
Started as an electrician and later he completed electrical engineering education in Bergen, Norway. Like to solve and program processes, which are often performed repeatedly, to get a better flow in the design phase. Have experience from the construction process and use it in combination with programming to solve disciplinary and interdisciplinary challenges. Works daily with customization and an add-in for Revit in the company and for projects.