You and your team have been working on an especially large project, where mountains of information have been generated on the way. Data which is fundamental to ensure the project is structurally sound, has no conflicting parts and everything is accounted for.
However, managing large amounts of data and ensuring that it is kept up-to-date can be a challenge on its own. Too much information can be more confusing and troublesome than too little, and if you’re working on a team, ensuring that everyone has access to the latest information can be the difference between a smooth project or costly mistakes being made.
Here is where BIM 360 Docs can be a lifesaver. Grant Dott will be providing an overview of the cloud-based document management software which will include project workflows: preparation, plans, drawings, permissions and reviews from a single point of truth. This session is available to everyone who would like to join and is completely free. You can join by following the link below:
Also, when working in large BIM projects, using multiple specialist platforms can save vital time that could then be used in improving the building’s design further. Bi-directional, connected workflows ensures that all data is synchronised and up-to date. Automating essential parts of the development of the building such as steel connections, structures and FEM analysis will help you deliver your projects in record time and with great quality and accuracy.
Jonathan Hand will guide you through the connect the workflow from design to fabrication using Revit, Advance Steel and Graitec Advance Design. This session is also completely free and open to everyone interested in FEM design, structural modelling & steel fabrication detailing. To sign up, please follow the link below:
Both sessions will include a Q&A section at the end. If you’d like more information or have any questions, please do not hesitate to get in touch through the link below: