Setting up the template
Setting up (and understanding) shared parameters
Well, here we are: the last chapter. The ironic thing here is the fact that the last chapter contains much of the information you are going to need to proceed with any of this BIM stuff. All too many times I have seen firms do poorly with Revit Architecture due to one fact: they weren't prepared. "We did not find that Revit worked for us," someone tells me. I ask them what they used for a template to get started with their first project. "The default one" is always the answer.
If you think you are going to start a real project with deadlines and budget with no prior setup, you are going to fail. So don't. If you take nothing away from ...