Saturday, January 12, 2008

My first post.

Hi all and welcome!

I have been pondering whether to start a blog for quite some time now...."will you keep up with it?"......"do you have enough time?"; I think you can relate to these kind of questions that linger in your head, but I'll never know the answer unless I try, right? And what better way to blog than about Revit, BIM and Architecture?

So I spent some time thinking of a name and decided to directly ask you, the reader...."Do You Revit?". Because I do and I would like to share some tips, techniques, experiences and examples of work done in Revit. I believe that exploring the exterior and interior spaces in a three-dimensional digital environment helps us produce better buildings. But it doesn't stop there, and through my posts, I would like to extend the discourse about BIM and how it is impacting our industry. What issues are firms and BIM Managers faced with when implementing Revit in a multi-office, multi-disciplinary firm? How is productivity impacted during the beginning stages of implementation? What are some of the pitfalls to avoid?

From time to time, I would like to also post about current project work, whether in construction or on the boards. The blog graphic above shows images of my first Revit project (lower image) and the current project I'm following in the field (top image), both projects that I'm extremely proud to have played a significant part in. January marks the end of my second year using Revit and I'm very excited to have taken the plunge. I hope to keep you interested in visiting my virtual corner in the world frequently, and that you learn as much as I have learned by following other outstanding blogs dealing with this subject.



Anonymous said...

good information
i hope i will get still more new and information in this blog

good one to refer friends and beginners

Dave Baldacchino said...

Thanks, hope you check back often :)

William Sutherland said...

Nice to see another quality Revit blog - some great information already, thanks very much.

Dave Baldacchino said...

Thanks for your kind comments. My aim is to at least post weekly and not let it fall behind!

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