An all-Revit diet, for the BIM Gourmand
As the BILT events have expanded to cover more of what we need as a broad community, some people have worried that this would result in a lessening of sessions that are Revit-focused, and perhaps create gaps in the schedule for those who really want to remain focused on their primary software tool. I am here to tell you that this is not true, and that with events that have 100 or more classes across three days, there will ALWAYS be something to learn, regardless of your needs.
With that said, I have gone through and selected a set of Revit-centric classes that I thought might be of interest to attendees, which you can use as the start of your session selection process if you wish.
Day 1: Thursday:
Exploring the peripheries of Revit content – a manufacturer’s story
|Adam Krug, Wavin|
Modular Prefabrication Design in Revit – What happens on site?
Hrvoje Jukić, Arhitektonski studio Helman i Jukić
|1.4||Lejla Secerbegovic, Autodesk GmbH|
|1.5||Lab: Maintaining Revit Model Standards with Autodesk Model Checker for Revit and Configurator||Jason Kunkel, CADD Microsystems|
While I wouldn’t typically select labs in this process because they have restricted attendance, I do think this one is going to be particularly good. Get in while you still can!
Day 2: Friday:
Etlik Health Campus: Dynamo & Revit for MEP Hospital design case study
|Riccardo Pagani, BIMOn|
Manage a Project in 7 Months with Phasing … Design Options … and Other Tools
|Elaine Lee, Perkins Eastman|
|2.4||Daniel Stine, LHB|
|2.5||Reverse engineering for tunnel refurbishment with AutoCAD Civil 3D, Dynamo, Revit & Unity.||Maarten van den Berg, iNFRANEA|
Day two includes a couple of very interesting case studies (I’ll for sure be looking to sit in on the tunnel project talk) as well as a couple talks by two of our most experienced international speakers.
Day 3: Saturday:
A Multi-Disciplinary Design Firm’s Journey to Embrace Early Stage Energy Analysis
|Daniel Stine, LHB|
Using mathematics in Revit application programming
|Francisco Contreras, CTI|
|2.4||Mark Wieringa, Bimforce|
Our final day includes a closing keynote, so there are only three session slots to chose within, but they still have given us some very strong choices, concluding with an update review of the Dutch Revit Standards work that has been carried out over the last few years, a very important initiative.
While I have selected only one class per session for the schedule laid out above, there are a number of sessions where deciding which class to include here was very difficult, and if you then add in the non-Revit-centric classes, there is enough here to keep you busy for a long time to come. Come along. Learn, share, grow. I look forward to seeing you in Ljubljana!