Monthly Archives: April 2011

New Project Setup Guidelines

I’m often asked to outline definitive steps for a team to setup a new Revit project.  If you review a typical Revit manual or handbook, the process seems pretty straight-forward: Start a New Project – Select a Template Setup Levels … Continue reading

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Worksharing: RL early, RL often!

During the early modeling phase of a project, as team members are busy creating new elements, there may not be much traffic conflict regarding worksharing. You’re creating something new, so there’s relatively little conflict with other users’ actions. Later on … Continue reading

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Daunting Reputation

Ah, the Danes and their dragons!  I came across this gorgeous piece of architectural sculpture while cycling along Bredgade heading towards the Kastellet. In addition to being awed by the captured sense of power and movement, I love that the … Continue reading

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Copenhagen Rundetaarn

Top of my list of fabulous sights in Copenhagen is the Rundetaarn, located in the Latin Quarter of the city. Built between 1637 and 1642, it combines church, library and the earliest known European astronomy observatory into one building complex. … Continue reading

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