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BIM Collaboration Beyond Revit Revisited: Welcome Autodesk A360 Collaboration for Revit and A360 Team

Posted on March 4, 2015 by Bill Knittle, Synergis Buildings Solutions Engineer: For us seasoned Revit users, worksharing is a part of daily life when performing concurrent edits on our own model. Until now, these methods have been on-premise. With Revit Server, we extended worksharing over the wide area network. However, this was just an adaptation of on-premise worksharing. Neither

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KJWW: Winning Business by Working Smarter

KJWW needed a solution to allow many different disciplines in geographically dispersed locations work on designs simultaneously and then bring them together in Navisworks for a complete design. “Using Revit has enabled us to work in the same files at the same time, which personally I consider a technological miracle”. Sarah Garthaus, BIM Specialist, KJWW Engineering KJWW has won a

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Project Collaboration and Data Management for Infrastructure Design

Project collaboration is important today as we work in unity across teams, firms, and projects.  We hear from contractors that the main concerns they have with the collaboration are: Ensuring everyone is working from the most up to date version. Keeping with tight  deadlines for on-time project delivery Creating a smooth approval process Reducing rework for change orders Better predicting

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BIM Collaboration Beyond Revit: Part III, Revit Server, Vault Professional, and Buzzsaw

Posted on November 11, 2015 by Bill Knittle, Building Solutions Engineer: In Part I, we looked at how Revit Server connects a Revit project team through server-based worksharing across the wide area network (WAN.) In Part II, we explored how Vault Professional complimented Revit and Revit Server by capturing historical versions of a Revit project at key milestones as well

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