Dynamo offers a number of productivity and capability benefits for Revit based modelling. Whilst it is not a tool that everyone needs to use, it can be a big time-saver for specific purposes. This post outlines in non-technical terms the benefits of Dynamo.
With BIM, it is possible to have too much information. BIM often ends up being way too complicated. In this post, I examine why this happens and how to prevent it.
BIM can be the engine-room of production for a design consultancy or a construction project if properly implemented and executed. However, it can equally be a brake on productivity and efficiency, so it is critical to get it right.
True BIM interoperability and shared object libraries are a noble goal, but unlikely to happen. Object libraries are a key part of a design consultant’s competitive advantage, and software vendors have a vested interest in not making BIM data & applications fully interoperable.