Tag Archives: BIM

The Next Generation of BIM 360, Part 3: Implementing BIM 360 Design

Posted on September 5, 2018 by Synergis Application Consultant, Bill Knittle In Part 2, I covered adding Project Members and Teams to the BIM 360 Project. Now that the Team environment is established, it is time to initiate collaboration in the cloud. The process of initiating cloud-collaboration in BIM 360 Design is similar to classical Collaboration for Revit. The individual initiating

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The Next Generation of BIM 360, Part 2: Adding Project Members and Teams

Posted on August 29, 2018 by Synergis Application Consultant, Bill Knittle In Part 1, I discussed the differences between C4R/BIM 360 Team and BIM 360 Design/Docs. Now, I’ll explore the setup of your BIM 360 account and first BIM 360 project. At the onset, a BIM 360 account administrator must set up the BIM 360 account for their organization. This is

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The Next Generation of BIM 360, Part 1: Account and Project Setup

Posted on August 22, 2018 by Synergis Application Consultant, Bill Knittle Since Release 2 of Revit 2015, multi-discipline Revit design teams could purchase subscriptions to collaborate with a cloud-based worksharing service called Collaboration for Revit, which we have come to call C4R. C4R allowed Revit teams to concurrently author a shared model regardless of time or location. Architects and engineers could

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Lehigh Valley BIM Professionals Group Meeting

Please join us at the upcoming Lehigh Valley BIM Professionals Group Meeting, which is taking place on Friday, October 13, 2017. Topics for the meeting include Virtual Reality and Revizto, a visual collaboration software that turns your BIM and CAD models into navigable 3D environment. Learn more about these and how you can leverage them in your workflow. Here is your

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Pilot a BIM project with this guide of handy checklists, overviews, standards and best practices

Implementing building information modeling into your architecture practice should be undertaken with a well thought-out plan that considers the many factors and individuals involved.  Learn more and find success in your first BIM project with this tested framework.  Read the e-book.

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How cost effective is your facilities management solution?

It’s the beginning of a new year, and the perfect time to assess if you are most effectively and efficiently maintaining, operating, and managing your buildings and properties. Perhaps you are using software that don’t provide all the asset management, space planning, and reporting tools you need, or you’ve looked at new facilities management software and thought it was too

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How are your Revit MEP skills?

Are you an engineer that is still creating disconnected information in multiple applications? Are you a specialty contractor looking to understand how to leverage Revit models for MEP? Are you new to BIM and tools such as Revit for MEP? It is proven that implementing BIM can bring tremendous value to a wide range of project types. However, It takes

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Webinar: WHAT’S THE PLAN FOR BIM ON YOUR BIM PROJECT?

If you missed the webcast, check out the recording. What does it really mean, BIM? Unfortunately, BIM is not implemented very well at all on projects. For whatever reason, stakeholders fail to properly plan BIM projects they procure. BIM is a process! And, like any process, it requires a well thought out plan in order to be successful. In this

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Why laser scanning is becoming so popular

I’ve noticed how laser scanning is reaching even more markets than it currently serves. As well as gaining greater traction in ‘traditional’ application areas such as topographic surveying, engineering & infrastructure, and process plant; terrestrial laser scanning is being rapidly adopted by a range of diverse markets, including Building Information Modelling (BIM), Digital Construction, Interior Finishing and Forensics. In addition

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[Webcast] What’s the Plan for BIM on your BIM Project?

What does it really mean, BIM? Unfortunately, BIM is not implemented very well at all on projects. For whatever reason, stakeholders fail to properly plan BIM projects they procure. BIM is a process! And, like any process, it requires a well thought out plan in order to be successful. Just think, would you go on a vacation without thinking of

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