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BIM Protocols, Implementation and Execution Plans Video

This is a short video I created aimed at providing an introductory awareness of BIM, from zero forwards. This particular video focus on the BIM protocols  and was created in 2014. The work has been supported by multiple existing research and statements made by industry and academic individuals which I’ve then collated and interpreted into my own perspective.

 

Links to Coventry University, where we have a selection of courses that include BIM and Construction – Coventry University – School of Energy, Construction and Environment

 

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Introduction to BIM Part 2 (Building Information Modelling)

This is the second short video I created aimed at providing an introductory awareness of BIM, from zero forwards. The work has been supported by multiple existing research and statements made by industry and academic individuals which I’ve then collated and interpreted into my own perspective.

Direct YouTube link – Introduction to BIM part 2

 

 

Link to Coventry University, where we have a selection of courses that include BIM and Construction – Coventry University – Civil Engineering, Architecture and Building

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Introduction to BIM Part 1 (Building Information Modelling)

This is a short video I created aimed at providing an introductory awareness of BIM, from zero forwards. The work has been supported by multiple existing research and statements made by industry and academic individuals which I’ve then collated and interpreted into my own perspective.

Direct YouTube link – Introduction to BIM part 1

 

The follow up video – Introduction to BIM part 2

Links to Coventry University, where we have a selection of courses that include BIM and Construction – Coventry University – Civil Engineering, Architecture and Building

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Introduction to REVIT Part 4 – Documenting the Project

The next stage of the tutorials is the Introduction to REVIT Part 4. We will now go through the process of documenting the project ready for presentation. You will need to complete the part 1, 2, 3 and 4 tutorials to complete the project.

These sets of tutorials have been adapted by Matthew Kinross (Coventry University) from a tutorial “Getting Started with AutoDesk Revit Building” which was packaged with Revit2009. So big thanks to Matthew for doing the groundwork on the transcript of this tutorial as well as Paul Smith (Coventry university)  for the hard work on the accompanying videos.

 

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The instructions below are set up as images. You can click on each page or image to enlarge to make them easier to read.

Click on the video below for video tutorial for pages 58-60

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Introduction to REVIT part 1_58

 

Introduction to REVIT part 1_59

 

Introduction to REVIT part 1_60

 

Click on the video below for video tutorial for page 61

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Introduction to REVIT part 1_61

 

Click on the video below for video tutorial for page 62

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Introduction to REVIT part 1_62

 

Thank you for taking part in this short series of tutorials. A big thanks to the original concept of this tutorial through Autodesk and also a big thanks to Matthew Kinross and Paul Smith for their work in developing the content for the tutorial.

The earlier tutorials can be found by clicking on the below links;

Introduction to REVIT Part 1– Creating the project, exterior walls, views, terrain and roof

Introduction to REVIT Part 2 – Creating the Interior of the REVIT House – Adding floors, internal walls, doors and windows and curtain walls

Introduction to REVIT Part 3 – Adding Stairs, Ramps, Railings and Tidying Up the Model 

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Introduction to REVIT Part 3 – Adding Stairs, Ramps, Railings and Tidying Up the Model

The next stage of the tutorials will be the Introduction to REVIT Part 3. We will now go through the process of adding stairs, ramps, railings and generally tidying up the model ready for the last part which will be presentation. You will need to complete the part 1, 2, 3 and 4 tutorials to complete the project.

These sets of tutorials have been adapted by Matthew Kinross (Coventry University) from a tutorial “Getting Started with AutoDesk Revit Building” which was packaged with Revit2009. So big thanks to Matthew for doing the groundwork on the transcript of this tutorial as well as Paul Smith (Coventry university)  for the hard work on the accompanying videos.

 

colour house

 

The instructions below are set up as images. You can click on each page or image to enlarge to make them easier to read.

Click on the video below for video tutorial for pages 37-40

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Introduction to REVIT part 1_37

 

 

Introduction to REVIT part 1_38

 

 

Introduction to REVIT part 1_39

 

 

Introduction to REVIT part 1_40

 

Click on the video below for video tutorial for pages 41-45

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Introduction to REVIT part 1_41

 

Introduction to REVIT part 1_42

 

Introduction to REVIT part 1_43

 

 

Introduction to REVIT part 1_44

 

 

Introduction to REVIT part 1_45

 

Click on the video below for video tutorial for pages 46-48

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Introduction to REVIT part 1_46

 

 

Introduction to REVIT part 1_47

 

 

Introduction to REVIT part 1_48

Click on the video below for video tutorial for pages 49-50

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Introduction to REVIT part 1_49

 

 

Introduction to REVIT part 1_50

 

Click on the video below for video tutorial for pages 51-53

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Introduction to REVIT part 1_51

Introduction to REVIT part 1_52

Introduction to REVIT part 1_53

Click on the video below for video tutorial for pages 54-57

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Introduction to REVIT part 1_54

Introduction to REVIT part 1_55

 

Introduction to REVIT part 1_56

Introduction to REVIT part 1_57

 

Than you for taking part so far. The last tutorial in the series, Introduction to REVIT Part 4 can be found by clicking on this link;

 

 

 

 

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