In this video, explore the differences between the necessary views and phases needed to create an effective multi-phase project versus a single-phase project. Multi-phase projects tend to be more complicated and need special considerations when you create final project deliverables.
- A project in Revit can have as many phases … as your heart's desire. … The only problem is with more phases comes more problems, … organizational problems, that is. … By having the proper tools … and maybe even a template or two in place, … switching back and forth between these types of projects … can be a breeze. … We're going to make sure that you have the correct tools … in place to keep the projects organized and manageable … for efficient modeling efforts. … …
- Creating project timelines
- Creating schedules
- Estimating quantities
- Life-cycle costing
- Using formulas for reporting
- Tips and tricks
- Using templates
- Sharing parameters
Skill Level Intermediate
Revit and Dynamo for Interior Designwith William Carney4h 57m Intermediate
Revit for Interior Design: Interior Wallswith Ed Cotey3h 34m Intermediate
1. Project Timelines
4. Life-Cycle Costing
5. Tips, Tricks, and Troubleshooting
Multiple materials per wall1m 59s
Next steps1m 15s
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