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Turn Revit Data into Useful Information with Visualization Techniques & Workflows
Wednesday, Nov. 15, 2:15 PM to 3:15 PM – Marcello 4505, Level 4 – Click Here to Read More!
BIM technology has been improving and its use is spreading in the construction industry more and more every year, reaching a point that we can make sure that it here to stay, but even today most of the BIM processes and workflows are clear and established for the geometric and visualization tools of the technology but not for the Data management. We all agree that the parametrization and the data provided by the BIM Software is the key of the everything, but even today is not really clear which are the best practices to obtain data and process it to understand patterns or get conclusions that can lead us into better designs on every project.
That is why the main objective of this course is to dig on the better practices to go from raw Revit Data to great visualizations that will lead us into better decisions and workflows on our construction projects.
Valentin Noves is a BIM Manager at ENGworks, where he leads teams on medium and large scale international projects and provides support on geometric rationalization, programmatic solutions, development of computational workflows for interoperability and MEP analysis. He has continued to push the boundaries of technology focusing on computational design and BIM to deliver buildings in ways that improves current working methods; from rationalizing geometrically complex buildings to workflow automation. He is a Revit certified professional and a Lean Manager Certified Professional by the AGC