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Saturday, November 27, 2010

YouTube - AHA Engineers 2010 - #Revit MEP video

Here's a cool video I stumbled across.  It's all walk-throughs of Revit MEP.  Still don't have your engineers using Revit MEP?  Let me ask you a question.  Who pays for your engineers drawings when you hire them?  You?  Thought so.  Don't you have the right to ask them what deliverables they give you?  After all, isn't it your money?   OK, now that you've done that, wait for your clients to start requiring you to use BIM and IPD because it's their money and they want to reduce Change Orders and delays.  See how that all works? 

YouTube - AHA Engineers 2010



Anonymous,  November 30, 2010 at 9:31 PM  

SEE! this is the kind of advertisement that makes my job really REALLY difficult! I can tell you just at a glance that these models used to advertise Revit MEP are a mixture of CADworxs, Plant and other such types of softwares! Some of this is Driven from Revit but Revit DOES NOT have those waterside piping components, larger pumps fittings, tanks and DOES NOT have the larger pipe diameters as of yet. Maybe in 2012 they are supposed to address the plumbing side of things but until 2010 Autodesk did NOT even have a solution for Plants, Process and industrial size process piping. I know because I’ve done process work! HSC Ethanol plants, Automotive and Industrial Facilities and Food Process Facility Using, Inventor, Solidworks, Catia, Plantspace (and even Microstation’s Triforma) and so on Coordinating them in NavisWorks. I am also VERY Proficient Revit Architecture, Structure and MEP and have been since they were Systems and Building and pre-Autodesk. So whomever is putting this out PLEASE STOP IT!

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