Before a project gets submitted to a client/supervisor, it must pass company standards. This course covers the importance of proper workflows in setting up projects for submittals by company standards efficiently. Required Software: Revit 2016.
Sometimes you'll need to submit projects according to company standards, but you might not sure what they are or where to begin. This course, Time-saving Workflows for Preparing Project Submittals in Revit, will teach you workflows to save time on submitting projects. First, you'll discover workflows for setting up view standards. Next, you'll set up detail, interior, and exterior views. Finally, you'll complete the submission to hand off for approval. When you're finished with this course, you'll not only have a knowledge of preparing submittals, but some time saving techniques as well. Required Software: Revit 2016.
Dejan is an architect and BIM enthusiast dedicated to making project development in architecture open for the digital age, understandable for all the involved parties, and most importantly communication friendly for teams scattered across the globe.
Course Overview Hi everyone, my name is Dejan, and welcome to my course on Time-saving Workflows for Preparing Project Submittals in Revit architecture. I'm a practicing architect running an online project development support series called ArchiJOY. In this course, we are going to learn about the importance of proper workflows in setting up your projects for submittals, by company standards, and all that is efficiently as possible by cutting out the repetitive office tasks. Some of the major topics that we will cover include setting up view templates which can be reused as a company drafting standard, detailing views by using intelligent detail components, setting up interior and exterior elevations and applying new templates, making perspective views with an artistic touch, and putting everything together on custom built, automatically populated drawing sheets. By the end of this course you'll know what the best practices are for setting up your projects to match company or client standards, detail your projects in the most efficient and flexible way, and put all the project contents on automatically populated Revit sheets, ready to be exported and printed. Before beginning the course, you should be familiar with basics of developing architectural projects in Revit. I hope you'll join me on this journey to learn about Time-saving Workflows for Preparing Project Submittals in Revit architecture, here at Pluralsight.