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    Default Re: BIM Kickoff Meeting FAQ/Revit Project Kickoff FAQ

    PS:

    I might have to respectfully disagree with your footnote on page 1 stating "Revit MEP usually has significant enhancements for each release..."

    While this has been true in the past, I personally don't consider "Japan Localized electrical content" and "sketchy lines" to be significant improvements. lol.
    These are great for building design in Japan, and for, um, sketchy designers, but I was expecting a little more with this past release.

    Anyway, thanks again for sharing your kickoff document!

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    Thanks, this document has a lot of good information!

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    Default Re: BIM Kickoff Meeting FAQ/Revit Project Kickoff FAQ

    I seem to be having trouble accessing the file - just takes me to my Profile page. Anyone else seeing this?

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    Default Re: BIM Kickoff Meeting FAQ/Revit Project Kickoff FAQ

    Quote Originally Posted by dan.j.weigand589053 View Post
    I seem to be having trouble accessing the file - just takes me to my Profile page. Anyone else seeing this?
    Hmm, it downloads just find for me. I'm using Chrome, if that matters. I have AUGI and forums.augi.com added to my safe site list, maybe it's a security setting blocking you from downloading? Just a thought.
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    Default Re: BIM Kickoff Meeting FAQ/Revit Project Kickoff FAQ

    Thanks Robert, Good help to the Revit community..
    In our office normal procedure is that We(Electrical) will model the Electrical as per our calcs. and then Architects link the Electrical central model then copy monitor each elements, Architects coordinates each devices (Lighting, Fire Alarm, WiFi, Speakers, Fire Fighting sprinklers, Diffusers, ceiling access point etc..) on the ceiling then Architects inform us as your elements are slightly moved (if really reqd.). We will have coordinated ceiling views in our (Electrical)central model file Project browser we will check /confirm that if there are any movements in the ceiling for Electrical elements if there is any we will relocate as per the Architecture layout.
    In some instance DD (Design Development Stage) or fast track project we normally may not have the ceiling info in model. and Architects may not get time to model it. Then we will host our ceiling Elements in a reference plane. When Architects model the Ceiling we will Align and loack the Reference plane into the Ceiling

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