It is amazing that we are up to Chapter 20, and I'm sure many readers are still unclear about how BIM fits in here. Yes, most of the previous chapters showed you how you benefit from BIM when you change an item in one place, and it changes in another, yada, yada, yada. But you were probably sold on the whole "coordinating with your consultants" thing back when you were considering purchasing Revit. Well, here we are. It's time to tackle that mystical ideology that has put our industry in a loose headlock.
Linking a Revit Structure model
Activating Copy Monitor
Running interference detection
Importing and exporting AutoCAD
The first section of this chapter will focus ...