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Revit Structure Articles

  • So You Want to Upgrade to Revit Structure 2015

    by philr.231041

    June 12th, 2014

    Philip Russo offers items you should consider when upgrading to Revit Structure 2015.
  • Enhanced Reinforcement and Analytical Model Control

    by philr.231041

    June 4th, 2014

    Philip Russo explores Revit Structure 2015 software's enhancements to reinforcements and analytical models.
  • Tips, Tools & Workarounds

    by ScottMelching

    May 5th, 2014

    Author Scott Melching explores the creation and modification of components to achieve the required geometry in Revit Structure.
  • Scope Boxes and Plan Regions

    by philr.231041

    March 21st, 2014

    Philip Russo discusses Scope Box and Plan Region, two tools that provide consistency and visibility in Revit Structure models.
  • Creating Advanced Families in Revit

    by Scott Melching,

    February 17th, 2014

    Author Scott Melching advances your use of Revit for Structural Steel Detailing.
  • Think Quality Control

    by Philip Russo,

    January 17th, 2014

    Author Philip Russo illustrates project browser organization that can improve quality control.
  • Navisworks Takes Off

    by Michael Smith,

    December 24th, 2013

    Michael Smith explores Navisworks catalogs, take off, and more.
  • Streamlining Sheet Lists with a Custom Application

    by Jonathan Albert,

    December 2nd, 2013

    Jonathan Albert demonstrates X-Sheets, a tool for transferring sheets from an AutoCAD sheet set to a Revit sheet list.
  • Collaboration: Making Views for Others to Use

    by Tim Kivisto,

    October 15th, 2013

    True collaboration means thinking about what other members of the team may need from your model.
  • Collaboration Defined

    by Glenn Jowett,

    October 1st, 2013

    Glenn Jowett shows how architects, engineers, contractors, and supply chain partners can bring the definition of collaboration alive.

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