Introducing Revit Architecture 2009: BIM for Beginners

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John Wiley and Sons, Oct 22, 2009 - Architecture - 480 pages
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You don't have to be a high-tech wizard to understand the Revit software using Introducing Revit Architecture 2009: BIM for Beginners, the perfect guide for architects of any generation. Start with an overview of BIM concepts before tackling the Revit interface, then move on to use Revit's suite of editing tools. Learn how to use Revit with other applications, document the model for construction, integrate annotations into the model, utilize worksets, and collaborate in a team environment from straightforward explanations, real-world examples, and practical tutorials.

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Contents

BIM for Beginners Chapter 1 Understanding BIM
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BIM for Beginners Chapter 2 Getting Acquainted with the Revit Interface and File Types
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BIM for Beginners Chapter 3 Views
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BIM for Beginners Chapter 4 Modeling Basics
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BIM for Beginners Chapter 5 Modifying Elements
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BIM for Beginners Chapter 6 Extended Modeling
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BIM for Beginners Chapter 7 Working with Other Applications
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BIM for Beginners Chapter 8 Preparing Documents for Clients
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BIM for Beginners Chapter 10 Annotations
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BIM for Beginners Chapter 11 Construction Documentation
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BIM for Beginners Chapter 12 Printing
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BIM for Beginners Chapter 13 Advanced Topics
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BIM for Beginners Chapter 14 Tips and Troubleshooting
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BIM for Beginners Index
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BIM for Beginners Gallery Inspirational Revit Projects
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BIM for Beginners Chapter 9 Sheets
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About the author (2009)

Greg Demchak is a designer, a technology advocate, urban explorer, and post-apocalyptic film producer. He holds architectural degrees from the University of Oregon and Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He is a product designer for Autodesk and has been working with Revit since 2000. He has been teaching at the Boston Architectural College since 2003 and is currently the principal investigator for the 2009 Solar Decathlon competition. He resides in Massachusetts.

Tatjana Dzambazova was the product manager for Revit Architecture between 2005 and 2007, after which she moved into global sales development management for the AEC industry. Before joining Autodesk in 2000, she practiced architecture for 12 years in Vienna and London. At Autodesk, she has focused on evangelizing technology and established herself as an internationally renowned speaker who has fostered relationships with architects and industry leaders from all around the globe. Powered with seemingly unlimited sources of energy and passion, Tanja manages to make three days out of one, always on the hunt of what’s new and exciting in the world of architecture and technology; and when she is not working or coauthoring technology books, she is advocating wildlife conservation, reading books like a maniac, getting inspired in the theaters, and playing Scrabble and Texas Hold ’Em.

Eddy Krygiel is a registered architect, a LEED Accredited Professional, and an Autodesk Authorized Author at BNIM Architects headquartered in Kansas City, Missouri. He has been using Revit since version 5.1 to complete projects ranging from single-family residences and historic remodels to 1.12-million-square-foot office buildings. Eddy is responsible for implementing BIM at his firm and also consults for other architecture and contracting firms around the country looking to implement BIM. For the last four years, he has been teaching Revit to practicing architects and architectural students in the Kansas City area and has lectured around the nation on the use of BIM in the construction industry. Eddy also coauthored Green BIM: Successful Sustainable Design with Building Information Modeling, a book on sustainability and BIM, with Bradley Nies (Sybex, 2008).

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