Hopefully, not everyone in the forum is at AU17 right now
The reason I am posting; I need some direction.
I envisage a dream world where I can maintain common standards across our five offices - I am brutally aware, however, this dream may be influenced by factors such as culture, management, support, & training of users. Yet, I believe one starting point could be a defined set of rules that can be applied and checked - thus reported on, and who knows, even potentially resolved.
So, in creating a discussion on differing approaches to the audit of models with Dynamo & the Reporting of this Data/Information - I am asking you for your Thoughts, Ideas, Links, Threads, Hints, Tips & Places to Start - not just for myself but for those uninitiated! I’m sure all will be appreciated by anyone who comes across this thread in future.
I do hope I am not repeating a previous discussion already on the forums - please let me know if I am + don’t be afraid to let me know if this approach is wrong, as I am still quite new to using Dynamo & posting in the forum, but this seems like a generous community from what I’ve seen in the time that I’ve spent lurking in the FAQ and Revit categories.
Where I am right now:
So, I am using BIMLink quite a lot - yet, I would like to get to a stage where I can emulate the results of this Plugin with Dynamo - and ditch the need for BIMlink altogether. Personally, I use the QA/QC tools quite often (image below) and find them enormously helpful.
Here is what I’ve found so far: (A Literature Review of sorts - without the review).
@Jason_Trahan very generously shared the following:
Tracy Palmer - BIM Coordinator at The Ohio State University Approach:
@Mike.Greisen posted the following:
I’ve not found any more details on this.
Not a Dynamo specific approach - an approach to the process and people behind the model.
Possibly a source of some ideas:
Thanks for taking the time to read through my ramblings - I look forward to hearing from you all. I will post any material I have collected/created in the comments as I move forward + as I continue to research