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Mon, Apr 7, 2014 at 3:34:48 PM | Rate of people modeling/project square meters

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Hi all, I will start with a 120.000 m2 project soon and I´m wondering how many people I should have modeling on REVIT. Does anybody know if there´s a recommended rate? Thank you.


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Mon, Apr 7, 2014 at 3:39:49 PM | Rate of people modeling/project square meters

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This is a question you will have to answer yourself.  A few questions to ask yourself would be when does the project need to be complete? Can it be done by 1 person?  Is there more than one discipline that needs to work on it?  Do you need worksets? For a small project 1 person should be able to knock it out, if you get to many people involved you will be stepping on eachothers toes.


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Mon, Apr 7, 2014 at 3:52:36 PM | Rate of people modeling/project square meters

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Thanks teafoe5. Yes, I will need worksets and i think I will split the project in two different linked models. Although different disciplines will work on it, I just have to decide how many will be working on the architecture. And thats the point, as you said, I don´t want to have people stepping on eachothers toes Smile


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Mon, Apr 7, 2014 at 4:02:00 PM | Rate of people modeling/project square meters

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Only split your model according to discipline.  Do not split it up furthur then that.

 

You need to enable worksets for multiple users in the same project but don't be afraid of "walking all over each other".  Revit is made for multiusers.  We have no problem in our firm with 5+ users at the same time and I'm sure larger firms doing more complicated projects don't have many problems either.  Your project coordinator just has to control who is responsible for what.


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Mon, Apr 7, 2014 at 4:06:05 PM | Rate of people modeling/project square meters

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Ok, thanks WWHub.


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