Media tagged with "BIM"
Article | For Construction Pros
“Because we have design and constructability under one roof, we thought it was important on the construction side. With Revit, all of our people are working from the same system and the same model and the same source material,” says Judd Fuoto, lead solution analyst for Southland Industries.
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Article | Constructor Magazine
Southland’s Kevin Dunn explains how BIM technology can be used to identify and eliminate risks before they occur on jobsites.
Article | SMACNA
“Tools such as Autodesk’s Collaboration for Revit takes building information modeling (BIM) to the next level and allow the entire project team to work together in a web-hosted environment,” said Southland’s Las Vegas Division BIM and Constructability Leader Brandon Zeleniak. “Our ability to do reporting over an entire project has increased significantly. Project set-up time has decreased. Collaboration workflow is better.”
Article | Plumbing Engineer (October 2016)
Autodesk Navisworks (formerly known as JetStream has become the most commonly used clash detection software in today’s U.S. construction and design-build industry.
Article | Healthcare Design Magazine (August 2016)
One challenge the UHS Henderson Hospital team encountered at the outset of the project, an in-progress building that’s part of the Union Village health village in Henderson, Nevada, was how to allocate optimal time for design in order to meet the customer’s vision, without compromising the scheduled time allotted for the field to complete construction.
Article | Plumbing Engineer (June 2016)
This year marks a decade since Autodesk expanded its Revit platform to include MEP disciplines. At the time, Revit was already a viable and user-friendly design tool for architects, but many plumbing engineers quickly realized that the transition to Revit MEP, and ultimately the lead from CAD to BIM, would prove to be a challenge.