GRAPHISOFT has an upcoming event for learning how to integrate ARCHICAD and Revit into a collaborative workflow.
Here’s the event description: “Architectural collaboration between ARCHICAD and Revit users poses challenges different from traditional 2D CAD collaboration. In this session, you will learn best practices for design teams using two different BIM authoring tools, ARCHICAD and Revit.”
In-Depth ARCHICAD to Revit Collab
For both ARCHICAD and Revit users, but for the former in particular, learning how ARCHICAD differs and is similar to Revit is invaluable. Furthermore, the multiple BIM authoring package collaboration strategies in this course will be informative for working with other BIM tools that need integration as core concepts for BIM interoperability are largely the same.
Architosh has written extensively about how larger firms and medium to large projects often involve dozens and dozens of actual applications in the whole design-build-delivery process. Take a look at the graphics in this story here.
Event Details and Sign-Up Info
This event takes place on 22 March 2018 and runs from 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm EDT. Attendees will explore learning the Open BIM process on a very large project and learn now to exchange data through three core technologies in IFC, DWG and direct translation of RVT format from ARCHICAD.
The course is led by Ransom Ratcliff, Graphisoft Senior BIM Consultant and Trainer. Ratcliff is also an Autodesk Certified Professional on Revit Architecture.
The cost is $450.USD per person or $375.USD per person for ARCHIPLUS members. Attendees can earn 3 AIA learning units. Go here to learn more and sign-up.
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