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BIM steel modeling, large span structures

Gabriele Lantini
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Revit, Workflow

A major problem related to Revit Structure in the last years is the BIM steel modeling of structural elements to a level of development "LOD 400" (BIM Forum - LOD).

The work was related to the management of the BIM steel modeling for the structures for a new high-speed train station, based on structural drawings already designed and verified by the structural engineering company.  

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BIM Management for a Mall

Matteo Simione
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Management, Workflow

In this article I’m going to present our BIM management  for a shopping center of over 50 thousands square meters. The most important thing about this experience is the application of Building Information Modeling that has allowed us to increase the quality of the project and reduce time and costs.  

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Overview on Clash detection

Guido Massantini
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Simulation

Clash detection is one of the most important phases in the BIM workflow. Offers the possibility to check the interferences between two or more worksets. In big projects various disciplines are always demanded to different firms, which will manage  

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Revit MEP 2016 new features – Focus on Fabrication parts

Michele Cavallaccio
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Revit

One of the major features introduced by Revit 2016 is the possibility to load the Autodesk Fabrication’s products (CADmep, ESTmep e CAMduct).These are parametric three-dimensional elements for the executive MEP design of the (LOD 400).With implementation of the “fabrication parts”, Autodesk has considerably improved,  

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Renzo Piano’s BIM skyscraper

Riccardo Pagani
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News

April 10 was inaugurated the Renzo Piano's skyscraper for Intesa Sanpaolo in Turin has been completed, made with the aid of Building Information Modeling. To integrate and support the tower construction, a complete and detailed three-dimensional model of the structure has been developed by Harpaceas with Tekla Structures.  

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