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Coordination and Work Sharing for Architects
When architects, structural engineers, MEP engineers, and civil engineers all collaborate on a building project, they must share information about the design, so that all teams are working with the same assumptions. In this module, you learn better ways to collaborate to be more efficient with BIM.
Teams that work simultaneously inside the same model get the job done faster, smarter, and with less errors. Co-authoring building models in the cloud ensures that all your design teams have access to the latest design model. In this module, you learn how to publish models to the cloud, share and consume packages, and synchronize changes from anywhere.
BIM Collaborate is an efficient way to share your design with the entire team. In this module, you learn how to upload your model to BIM 360 to monitor changes to elements in a multi-discipline project in the cloud and identify potential issues.
Importing a Civil 3D TOPO surface and site information into Revit allows you to see how the building will look in context with its surroundings. Learn how to take advantage of work already done by the surveyor and/or civil engineer, saving you time in recreating their work.
There is a trick to allowing everyone to work in one model without overwriting what someone else has done. Share one central Revit model with a wide team using worksharing.
The focus of this module is to learn what it takes to take flat 2D AutoCAD drawings and turn them into 3D Revit projects. Using existing information to create new projects helps save time and money.
The focus of this module is sharing model information with people who do not have Revit. You will learn to create 3D shared views where the user can investigate the model in the Autodesk Viewer.
The focus of this module is adding comments, measurements, and markups in the Autodesk Viewer, which provides non-Revit users with an easy way to share critical information with the larger team.