Posts Tagged ‘Revit’

New Building Product Manufacturers Live on Modlar!

Posted by modlar in General News on April 12th, 2014 No Comments

Building Information Modeling is undoubtedly having a massive impact on the AEC community, and product manufacturers are taking note. Modlar is happy to announce partnerships with an exciting batch of new manufacturers this spring, with free 3D downloads of their items available in the coming weeks. Over 50,000 architects, contractors, and designers worldwide use Modlar… Read more

TruStile BIM content now available on BIMstop!

Posted by modlar in ArchiCAD, BIM, Revit on January 17th, 2013 No Comments

BIM content for TruStile is now available on BIMstop. All content can be downloaded from TruStile’s BIM profile here: http://www.bimstop.com/profile/trustile.usa/ It’s great to see a high-end manufacturing company such as TruStile supporting Building Information Modeling (BIM) across multiple platforms, such as Revit, ArchiCAD and Sketchup. Here’s some quick facts on TruStile: Company Founded in 1995,… Read more

10 popular BIM questions from the last 30 days

Posted by modlar in ArchiCAD, BIM, BIMstop, General News, IFC, Revit on December 6th, 2012 3 Comments

Building Information Modeling (BIM) is a technical topic. Luckily we have such a great network of BIM experts ready to answer any questions or problems you may be having. Also whether your passionate about BIM or an expert Revit user, feel free to contribute to the questions and answers below. If you have a BIM… Read more

Rendering BIM objects

Posted by modlar in BIM, BIMstop, Case studies, Marketing on November 22nd, 2012 No Comments

Although the main focus of having BIM components or objects is for documentation. When built correctly, BIM components do render up very nicely. This makes them great for presentations to clients and developers, saving you a lot of time and helping the clients to build a better relationship with the actual products going into their… Read more

BIMstop Revit 2013 plugin now on Autodesk Exchange

Posted by modlar in BIM, BIMstop, Revit on November 12th, 2012 No Comments

The Autodesk Exchange is a great way to source third party add-ons for Revit and other Autodesk products. Inspired by the success of Apple’s App Store and others, chances are if you can’t do something in Revit you can find an add-on that will. The best part is that many of them are low in… Read more

BIM Used to Design LEED-certified Offices

Posted by joya.kemper in BIM, General News on November 8th, 2012 No Comments

Autodesk will open new green office spaces this year in San Francisco, Milan, Beijing and the UK. They will be seeking LEED certification for each, which if achieved will bring Autodesk’s office who have LEED certification to 13. Autodesk will be using their own software (of course!) to design and build these new offices. The… Read more

BIM Helping to Create Sustainable Buildings

Posted by joya.kemper in BIM on September 25th, 2012 No Comments

A few weeks ago I posted a blog about Park Ventures and their Gold LEED rating, so I thought it would be a good idea to follow this up with an article specifically on LEED and how BIM can help create sustainable buildings. The widely used LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Green Building Rating… Read more

BIMstop Guide to BIM now on iPad!

Posted by modlar in BIM, BIMstop, Case studies, Testimonies on September 10th, 2012 2 Comments

For a few years we’ve had a free Guide to BIM ebook available as a free downloadable PDF (here). The ebook was put together to help educate the market with a basic overview of Building Information Modeling (BIM) and where exactly your company fits into the eco system. BIM can be a confusing topic with… Read more

BIM terms glossary

Posted by modlar in BIM, BIMstop, Case studies, Technology on September 5th, 2012 No Comments

All industries now days seemed to be swamped with acronyms! For a start there is “BIM” (Building Information Modelling), but from that point we now have more arriving daily, not to mention the hundreds of different file extensions. To help everyone get their heads around them we’ve started a simple glossary of terms, open to… Read more

Cardinia Civic Centre Designed Using BIM

Posted by joya.kemper in BIM, Case studies, Revit on September 4th, 2012 1 Comment

The Cardinia Civic Centre is an exciting new project that is expected to be completed late 2013. DesignInc designed and documented the building using Revit, so it’s fantastic to see BIM being used to create such a building. Revit Structure and Revit MEP models were also used by the various consultants throughout the process to enable… Read more

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