It’s hard to believe that Revit software has been around for nearly 20 years, but we can’t seem to agree on how to work together with it. This simple fact is the basis for this panel session. Here in 2018, we’ve come a long way from the early days of Revit, but we still can’t seem to get out of our silos and really work together. Sure, we can collaborate on projects, but we still don’t really know what our fellow disciplines need in their Revit models—and, by extension, what we could put in our models to improve theirs. But what if we just asked the other disciplines what they needed? This will be a moderated panel discussion, with 7 different Revit disciplines represented: architecture, structural, mechanical, electrical, construction, FM/Owner/Operator, and Software/Revit.
- Discover why all disciplines use Revit differently
- Find out if there are benefits to prepping your model for ease of use by other disciplines
- Discuss if it really matters what you do with your models if the other disciplines are just going to do it “their way”
- Learn why your discipline models in Revit the way it does