Many of our clients are transitioning from AutoCAD to Revit and have spent years nailing down the CAD office standards. We want to ensure that those standards are not lost when migrating to Revit. Line weights, sheet naming and numbering conventions, title blocks, fonts, tags, etc. can all look like your standards. There are however some nuances that you should be aware of… and remember this is a different way of working. Hand us your standards and let us guide you through the best methodologies for implementing these standards. The transition from CAD to BIM can be an efficient one as long as your standards are in place.
BIM office standards are not just about the software. There is a human component. We understand the office dynamics and what makes a company hum at its most efficient manner. We will help you layout the entire process, cradle-to-grave, starting the additional roles and responsibilities of the BIM Manager, the file management process, and content. Without these three key ingredients, your office standards will be like the Wild West with very little law and order.