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2014 RTCEUR Jay Zallan Line Based Lab

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2014 Revit Technology Conference Europe (RTCEUR) Class Presentation. (C) Jay B Zallan
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    Sessions 9 and 10 | 1pm to 3:45 pm Friday, October 31st 2014 BIM Junkies Life on the Lines Lab | Parts A & B  Jay B Zallan  VDC BIM Director  Class Description When you complete this course and start to live your Revit “Life on The Line”, you will be able to create Line Based Families for any occasion; from Adaptive Components to standard Revit Families; Cabinetry to  Trellis’s; Retail Fixtures to Site Layouts, Detail components and the obligatory: more... Class Description Key Learning Objectives   1. Learn methods to create Revit content that fits Early Design through Construction and on into FM and Operations. 2. Learn techniques to communicate, make and manage flexible Revit content, not only in size and shape but in Use Cases. 3. Master techniques to build Revit Line Based Families that interchange as project needs vary & new teams take over the models.  Tags: Architecture, BIM Management, General (multi-discipline). Advanced  JayZallan @gmail.com  @JayZallan  BIM Junkies Life on the Lines  Jay B Zallan  | VDC BIM Director Page 2 of 19   About | J Architecture   |   Technology   |   Creativity    These are Jay B. Zallan’s professional passions. An oft intense and well experienced VDC BIM Leader. Jay is also an Artist and AECO technologist; has worked in AECO running the gamut from Designer to Project Manager and on into the VDC BIM leadership realms. Bringing unique & qualified insights into the business & creative processes of AECO Jay focuses on helping teams deliver on project success goals. Building efficient project delivery, communication and collaboration strategies Jay leverages technology and teamwork toward such ends. Mr. Zallan has more than 20 years of Architectural experience and enjoys a varied & diverse portfolio of Architecture and Art.  Jay is an Autodesk Expert Elite member, Autodesk Implementation Certified Expert, he is the AUGIworld magazine Revit Editor and Graphic Standards’ BIM Advisory Board contributor, as well as President of the Los Angeles Revit Users Group.  Jay is and has been a highly rated speaker at Autodesk University, Revit  Technology Conference North America as well as Europe, The BIM Workshops and a lecturer on Creativity & Architecture at the University of Southern California, Cal Poly, LACMA, as well as various AIA & CSI events. Portfolio: http://jbzallan.wix.com/portfolio Email:  JayZallan@gmail.com  Twitter: @JayZallan   BIM Junkies Life on the Lines  Jay B Zallan  | VDC BIM Director Page 3 of 19   First Line of Attack | Planning  These concepts and (maybe all family) methods can be transposed to many, many other families; at times exactly, at times similarly, at times  just in spirit. Planning is fundamental to creating with predictability, flexibility and…success. Planning schema for BIM (& life ;-) Assess Consider what you want, when you want it. Assess the parametric needs, graphic needs, informational needs, etc. Think (about what is needed now as well as what might be needed later; one can always make the family progressively more complex), Re-Consider (how complex it needs to be), Re-Think (the final output needs...don't put in any more than you need but no less either). Also mix-in conversations with others...this always helps prove or disprove perceived concepts and usually saves overall project time. And then… Plan Plan how to create what you want, when you want it, etc… Capture and diagram everything from the assessment phase and strategize the desired results. (A Family-Planning example is included at the end of this document!)    Create Create the best you can; and what that means is better than you ever have previously. The planning should allow this! If training is needed; do it. Remember the internets… Someone has most likely done “it” before,  BIM Junkies Life on the Lines  Jay B Zallan  | VDC BIM Director Page 4 of 19  or at least tried something similar and by reading other’s successes and failures you can propel yourself further than you might have expected previously. Validate  This is to find out if in fact the content project is moving forward successfully. Validate the first piece, the first set of pieces and the entire library…Do an honest review, use a peer group as well…find if it truly works perfectly and if not then repeat the process for those items, rebuild until “perfect” and then move forward. Line(r) Notes | Families and their Templates    Flex (Test) at Every Step (The better one gets the more this needs to be done consciously ;-)

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