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Tue, Apr 15, 2008 at 10:40:41 AM | Revit Implementation

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What would be the best way for an office to get into revit?  Aside from classes/training etc, should we try and jump right to CD's with a project, or should we try from the beginning, schematic design, development etc.  
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Tue, Apr 15, 2008 at 1:05:32 PM | Revit Implementation

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I think I would take the progressive route.  That would allow you time to discover how REVIT works and you will also see how REVIT will force you into earlier decesions.  It might also keep you from wanting to jump ship and do things the old AutoCAD way.

 

Give this time to grow ... simple projects to begin with.  But do have multiple teams, if you can, doing different projects.  Encourage communication - put them in the same area.  Going it alone is a lot harder than having multiple staff discovering new ways of doing things.  This will give you multiple approaches to similar problems and the learning curve really flattens. 


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