January 21, 2015

Events: Pre–design Revit Roundtable Discussion

Revit User Groups - Happy New Year from Ideate! We are kicking off the 2015 year with a moderated discussion on Revit and pre-design tasks. Whether the challenge is architectural programming, space planning, or other conceptual design tasks, most would argue that Revit is not an ideal pre-design tool. With each company approaching this topic differently, we want to share each other's ideas and experiences.

January 26 :: Pre–design Revit Roundtable Discussion 
1:30 PM - 3:30 PM

130 Sutter Street
Suite 600
San Francisco, CA 94104

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January 27 :: Pre–design Revit Roundtable Discussion 
11:30 AM - 1:30 PM

AIA East Bay
1405 Clay Street
Oakland, CA 94612

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Come prepared to discuss these questions:
  • Are you actively using Revit as part of your pre-design process? If so, which elements are being used and what are the pros and cons?
  • What are some ways architects might use Rooms, Areas, Spaces, or Masses?
  • Ways engineers might use Masses or other elements?
  • Which third party tools are you using to manage pre-design process?
  • Regardless of your pre-design solution, what are the challenges in taking that information and moving it forward into the schematic design

Sash Kazeminejad, ACI, LEED AP
AEC Senior Application Specialist
Sash brings proficiency in Autodesk solutions including AutoCAD and Revit Architecture to Ideate customers. His industry experience includes project management, BIM Management, and design for Architectural firms in California, Montana and Oregon. He is LEED accredited professional and is on track to achieve California licensure with Oregon to follow. In his academic life, Sash was awarded a variety of college scholarships, earned a BA in Environmental Design, a MA in Architecture from Montana State University (MSU) and taught Building Information Modeling courses at MSU Gallatin College. As a Revit Architecture Autodesk Certified Instructor, Sash provides Revit Architecture training and support for AEC firms. @sashpdx

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