On your jobsite, at any given moment, there are about a hundred different demands on your time. Let’s face it, you’re a busy superintendent. Between the quality walks, document management, issue resolution, equipment tracking, and daily reports there’s no shortage of demands on your time. But let’s pause for a moment and discuss what a “day in your life” looks like with Autodesk’s BIM 360 Field on your construction project.
In today’s Four Minute Friday Video @_TheDanWarren discuss how BIM 360 Glue and Revit can be used to coordinate openings in precast walls. Glue allows your project team to quickly clash test models to identify issues. Then use the clash pinpoint tool within Revit to quickly locate the correct wall and add your openings. Once the openings have been added the models update in Glue and you’ll be able to see the clash move to “resolved”. This will help you coordinate with your MEP designers faster.
Why Designers and Contractors Should Use BIM 360 Glue
In today’s Four Minute Friday @_TheDanWarren discuss how to use the import tools in BIM 360 Field to quickly create your equipment lists for your project. Once created, editing and managing your equipment in batch is covered.
In this webinar @_TheDanWarren reviews how to manage your project team models in BIM 360 Glue. We walk through the Glue coordination process and discuss key administration considerations along the way. How to organize your models, views, markups and coordination efforts are discussed as well as setting up your Revit model for direct publication to BIM 360 Glue. Finally, we show how to use the Clash Pinpoint tool to drill down and identify specific coordination issues in Revit. Accelerate your coordination efforts with these handy best practices.
In today’s Four Minute Friday @_TheDanWarren discusses how to set up and push your Revit models directly to BIM 360 Glue. This workflow will accelerate your coordination processes as there is no need to manually share your model with your collaboration team. This process works for all Revit disciplines.
In today’s Four Minute Friday Video @_TheDanWarren will review the BIM 360 Field equipment module. This is the final video is the introductory series on BIM 360 Field. Learn how to access your equipment and manage it for your issue, tracking and commissioning needs. Both web based and mobile platforms will be used.
Dan Warren reviews Bluebeam’s batch link tool in today’s Four minute Friday. He reviews how to create page labels and use the batch link tool to speed up your document navigation. Once your links are set up you can navigate your documents more efficiently! The batch link tool is only available in Bluebeam Extreme edition.
Watch and learn as Dan Warren reviews the checklist module in BIM 360 Field. He will go through how to start and use checklists from the iPad.
Four Minute Friday
In today's Four Minute Friday we are going to take a dive into the issues module in Autodesk BIM 360 Field. Today's video will be part of a larger series of videos about BIM 360.