For some, the ideal workflow for an Autodesk Revit software project is instinctively driven by past experience and perhaps even by other program dynamics and functions. However, for projects that exceed 500,000 square feet, finding an appropriate workflow that works for all design team parties is critical to the success of the project. This class will dive into some of the trials and tribulations that were experienced on several supersized projects. We will explore appropriate model setup, copying and monitoring of fixtures, collaboration and communication between trades, and other issues as we attempt to answer the question, "When should we do the work?" You will leave this class with a better grasp of some of the largest issues that exist on a supersized architectural endeavor that is executed in Autodesk Revit.
- Be proactive in intelligent model management of supersized projects to ensure smooth daily design work
- Explain how workflow can influence the coordination between disciplines of the project
- Choose the appropriate workflow before the project starts to save time and money in later phases
- Describe some of the limitations of modern design tools