Wow, I hate to even write a post, it has been almost a year since my last posting. I can hardly call myself a blogger, but I have to keeping trying whenever I get the time to put something in writing. Hopefully throughout my time here I am able to sit down an jot down a few words about what is going on.
My plan is to lock myself in my room for a day or so (Sat/Sun) and brush up on my Class Presentation.
"Why are you not having a BIM/Revit Kick-off meeting?"
During the class I hope to give a good overview of the importance of having this type of meetings for projects using Revit, along with having the right people involved so your projects can be a success for everyone involved. I will discuss how critical it is to keep the lines of communication open at all times, before, during, and after a project. The main focus will be on the BIM/Revit Kick-off meeting agenda we use here at Ericksen Roed & Associates.
From this agenda, we will look further into a few of the main bullets such as: Identifying Team Members, Expectations and Goals and Indentify the Workflow.
With each one of these I will share with you and discuss some of the documentation we use to help communicate all of this. These methods of communication have worked well for us as well as for other project team members. Hopefully the class is enough to motivate you to start similar communications back at the office or continue to build upon what you already have.
I look forward to meeting you at AU2010.