Many design firms struggle to find processes that can help increase their production and design. Setting standards, methods, organized content, and documented procedures in place is the most effective way to increase your production and design output. Without established procedures, your team may find themselves disrupting each other to locate, learn, or recreate content; this leads to a large amount of wasted time and energy. Once implemented within your company, best practice standards and policies positively impact your team's productivity by reducing needless tasks. These standards allow your company to improve designs, deliver more work and win more business at a more efficient rate.
Recently, many of the construction firms we work with have asked for tips on how to keep up effective production while also creating new workflows that lead to better efficiency. In short, how do you change the tires on a car when you have to keep driving?
Pat Hill, Technical Solutions Manager, AEC
Patrick Hill, Technical Solutions Manager, AEC
This Four Minute Friday video show you how Revit’s level lines can report a different elevation height. This might be required with projects where the deliverable requires true site elevations to be used.
Patrick Hill, AEC Application Engineer
This weeks’ video is a short tip on how to quickly change geometry that was drawn in one phase and change its phase properties to be a previous phase. This tip will allow you to change all your geometry without having to select each element.
Pat Hill, TPM Application Engineer
This week’s video is a webinar that presents an overview of what’s new in Revit 2020. The webinar introduces a number of improvements and additions that Autodesk as added to Revit. The webinar demonstrates the use of PDF background import, and the new “Path of Travel” routine, as well as other additions.