Are you using Revit wisely?
Typically 4% of a company’s processes can contribute up to 50% of its inefficiencies. But the trick is in identifying that 4%. Here are some common symptoms of process-related challenges:
- Production staff frequently ask how drawings should look
- Inconsistencies exist in printed drawings or in the model data
- Teams export models back into AutoCAD drawings before sending them to other team members
- Team members use workarounds or go back to AutoCAD
- Files are very large because information has been incorrectly embedded or objects have been over-modeled
Give your Revit a Check-Up
Wherever your firm may be in the adoption of BIM, if you’ve invested in tools like Autodesk’s Revit, you need to ensure that you reap the benefits. Yet, it’s difficult for project teams to recognize the flaws in their workflows. IMAGINiT’s Revit Health Check can help.
A Revit Health Check has two phases
- Team interviews. IMAGINiT’s BIM specialists talk with project teams to assess how they use Revit and to identify inefficiencies and proficiency gaps.
- In-depth analysis of Revit project files. The IMAGINiT team then performs an in-depth investigation of all Revit project files and related documents.
After the interviews and analysis, the IMAGINiT team generates a list of the top ten items that your team can improve right now, as well as a report with high, medium, and low priority actions. With better BIM processes, teams can streamline work, increase collaboration, and deliver projects faster, more economically, and with reduced environmental impact.