Perhaps it is time for your office to have a Revit® Manager, in a full-time or part-time capacity, to keep everything in check so that you have considerably less downtime in productivity in Revit®. Creating content for in-experienced Revit® users will prevent them from getting frustrated because Revit® is “not doing what they want it to do”? A designer’s resources and talent is far more valuable being used elsewhere instead of creating content. I have seen many a profit margin dwindle when inexperienced Revit® documenters are struggling to create, repair and edit content, taking days to do what a professional Content creator might be able to accomplish in several hours and probably with more accuracy and long-term sustainability.

Revit® Managers can be used to

  • Continually interrogate working Projects
  • Fix more complex Revit® modelling issues
  • Train staff and document Office standards
  • Create, maintain, repair and manage Office content
  • Oversee deployments

© Copyright Reserved by Michelle Louw (Excerpt from My speaker notes at National Revit Technology Conference 2008.)


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