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I’m a big advocate of milestone archives (surprisingly, its less common than you’d think). Making a significant revision mid-way between milestone deliverables? Archive. Getting ready to clean up the model by ‘accepting’ Design Options? Archive. This leads to me being … Continue reading
Yes, it happens. A project file is started, then more data comes in, and the survey finally arrives, and it turns out that what you’ve started designing in response to isn’t quite oriented how you thought. Or, the team does … Continue reading
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Revit is an Object Oriented Database, using numeric ‘handles’ to track data fields, and associate them to individual elements, via category definition. This invisible ‘handle’ is more important than the name of the parameter itself in correctly consolidating information. Whenever … Continue reading
Every firm needs to invest time in converting their detail library from legacy CAD format into smart, editable Revit details. This is NOT a ‘push the EASY button’ process, but there are different methods with different (in value and future … Continue reading
I’m often doing ‘forensic analysis’ on project files – either for new clients, or in some cases, reviewing past project files before an upcoming new scope of work. A primary aspect of reviewing models is not just finding issues, but … Continue reading