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Using Parts for Concrete Structures
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William Bennington
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Description

In this session you’ll learn how to use parts in Revit software to create a construction model that will enable you to better plan, coordinate, and execute your work. This session features Revit. AIA Approved

Key Learnings

  • Learn how to begin work planning earlier in the process
  • Learn how to modify the structural model to mirror your actual pour plans
  • Learn how to coordinate penetrations, blockouts, and depressions
  • Learn how to easily accommodate design changes

Speakers

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William Bennington is the virtual construction manager for PCL Construction's Orlando district. He has worked for PCL for 11 years. He came up through operations, and has a field perspective on how virtual construction can make life easier for the end user in the field.
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