Past Meetup

Leveraging your BIM with Solibri Model Checker

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Speaker:

Michael McCune, AIA

Senior Building Information Specialist, CASE

Solibri Model Checker is a powerful, but underutilized model checking tool. To put a stop to this, Michael will lay down some goodness on how to integrate Solibri Model Checker into your BIM workflow.

Michael will cover how to configure Revit's IFC export options and will demonstrate not only the amazing results of the checks, but also how to configure Revit and Solibri to perform these checks. If you’re hoping it will just be a glossy overview, be forewarned, it may get technical. The checks will include clash detection, progress analysis, program analysis, code analysis, geometry validation, data validation, take offs, complex design intent checking, and more! Running checks is not enough though. You have to be able to distribute these results to the team. Michael will finish with demonstrating how BCF (BIM Collaboration Format) can be used to document and distribute the results/issues to the various parties.

A licensed architect, Michael McCune is a Senior Building Information Specialist at CASE where he focuses on BIM implementation and project consulting in the latter stages of the building design, fabrication and construction processes for AECO clients. Along with an interest in Virtual Design and Construction, he is particularly interested in computational design strategies, complex modeling, and geometric rationalization. Prior to joining CASE, Michael was an Architectural Designer at Trahan Architects where he lead the efforts of computational design and BIM and lead the design of the Louisiana State Museum and Sports Hall of Fame. Michael earned his Master of Architecture from Louisiana Tech University and is currently an Adjunct Professor at City University of New York.

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Food and beverages will be provided by group sponsor Consulting For Architects (CFA).

AIA Continuing Education credits are provided by Bradford Construction and organized by NYC RUG VP Aaron Gonzales of JBB.

GotoWebinar & Meetup.com service is provided by SOM (http://www.som.com/).

The meeting space is provided by Pratt Institute Center for Continuing & Professional Studies (http://www.pratt.edu/academics/continuing_education_and_professional).

High Performance Cloud Computing Workstation provided by Adam Glass of Advance2000 (http://www.advance2000.com/).

Liability insurance funding provided by Case (http://www.case-inc.com.com/).

Administrative support provided by Array Architects (http://www.array-architects.com/).