So you’ve purchased HIVE, and you want to know how to administer it in your firm. This session will demonstrate the essentials for HIVE administration to help ensure a successful rollout to your firm.
This mini-training will cover the who, what, when, where and why about Revit Design Options. After the 5 W’s, we will dive into the how along with the pros and cons of Design Options as they would pertain to daily situations in the MEP industry.
Great, your main HIVE libraries are configured. But perhaps you’ve been searching for an easy method to distribute your standard workflows to your team. HIVE can manage your documented and recorded standards and trainings with ease. This session will demonstrate standards and training library configuration, and how users can search and find the content.
HIVE can be an excellent tool for finding files, but Revit has its own needs and special workflows. This session will demonstrate the use of the HIVE add-in for Revit, and introduce some library navigation considerations for both the end-users and Administrators.
You’ve seen the demonstration of HIVE, or perhaps you have it installed; and you want a little more detail on how to navigate the environment. This discussion will cover basic searching, filtering and saving of your common searches. Additionally, we will demonstrate the powerful content details and discovery features in the HIVE environment. As a user this will be an excellent essentials session for you. As an Admin, you will understand the importance of library setup so users will be able to navigate the content and consume the content you have included.
BIM 360 Next Generation provides a common data platform that connects data, processes, and workflows throughout the lifecycle of a project. From design to preconstruction to field execution, you’ll have access to the same information that can be accessed based on permissions. During this webinar, we will do an overview of each of the products and modules that are available in the new centralized BIM 360 platform.
In this half hour, we will show users how to push specific electrical parameters to a family classified under the “Mechanical Equipment” category within Revit using the functionality of Spreadsheet Link.
The use of View Frame Groups for producing Plan and Profile Sheets is most useful for projects with long and/or multiple alignments. Section Views are useful on a wider variety of projects and also require more management of the data to achieve good results.
You’ve heard of HIVE, and perhaps you’re excited about the buzz. But, what is it really? How does it affect you? This session will be a comprehensive demonstration of the features of HIVE so you can see first hand what HIVE is all about.
You have DWGs from previous projects and want to get them into Revit, and not just as 2D but as full-blown 3D Revit models. But what if all you have are some vector PDFs? We’ll walk through several ways to quickly convert your old projects into Revit models for architecture, HVAC and plumbing.