Families of Revit for the BIM, a practical guide to learn the software

READ. Mastering Autodesk Revit goes through the creation of families of objects specific to each user. General background, objects, structural or fluids, all cases are reviewed within the guide of Vincent Bleyenheuft, published by editions Eyrolles.
Vincent Bleyenheuft directs, for the past fifteen years his architecture firm specializing in housing cooperatives, social housing and long-term care facilities. He is interested in Revit since 2005 and finally adopted in 2007. For the past ten years, he managed to master and harness the power of this software and it is now a partner and consultant to BIM to CAD@Work. A know-how that he shares in the guide “The families of Revit for BIM”, a didactic work, richly illustrated, which explains to the reader how to proceed, both in a general context, as in the case of objects, the structural and fluids.
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The book, 339 pages, includes a classification of families of objects and advice on their management and their operations. It also incorporates 17 practical exercises for which the solutions are available on the website of the publisher. The guide, which have collaborated Julien Blachère, structural engineer who is BIM manager, and Christophe Onraet, application engineer Revit/BIM for a French publisher, is open to all building professionals : architects, engineers, design offices and users of the digital model, whether they are beginners or confirmed.

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