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CS323734 - Dr. Revit’s Ultimate Diet and Exercise Guide to Keeping Your Revit Models Ripped

Session Description

Hearing constant complaints from project teams about decreased Revit model performance? The spinning wheel, inaccessible model, or constant model crashes? Model fatigue is a curable disease. Empower your teams to perform healthy modeling habits. Dr. Revit’s Ultimate Diet and Exercise Guide will provide steps to plan, implement, and maintain Revit models’ performances, whether working on small, large, or BIM 360 Design-based projects.


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Discover what not to do to reduce Revit model’s health
Learn tips to improve a Revit model’s performance
Develop a plan to empower teams to maintain Revit model health
Learn how to integrate Dynamo for keeping Revit models lean
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Building Information Modeling (BIM), CAD Management and IT, Cloud Collaboration
Revit
BIM 360 Design, Revit LT
Have Basic to intermediate knowledge of working on a project in Revit.
Architect, BIM/VDC Manager, Construction Manager, IT Manager, Project Engineer
Architects, Engineers, Construction Managers, Sub-Contractors or any user collaborating on a project using Revit.
Exploring industry practice and workflows
Intermediate
3D Modeling, Architecture, BIM, CAD Management, Collaboration, Construction Management, IT, Management, MEP Engineering, Technology Management
AIA Standard LUs
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1h 30m
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