Revit User Group
Tuesday, November 20
1.5 CES LUs
The Los Gatos Library: Using Revit from Concept to Construction
Jason Barish, Assoc. AIA and Abraham Jayson of Noll & Tam Architects will discuss the use of Revit for the recently completed LEED Gold Los Gatos Library. This presentation will explore the use of Revit for the entire five year project timeline, from conceptual massing studies through construction administration. The Library has many unique design features such as a cantilevered teen “tree-house,” an undulating star-scape ceiling in the children’s area, and thirty foot tall exposed custom steel columns in the open atrium. They will present their design and documentation process, including both the successes and the failures, and more importantly what they learned going forward.
Who Should Attend
Architects, project managers, and designers seeking to maximize their use of Revit for a complete project workflow.
About the Presenters:
Jason Barish, Assoc. AIA – An Associate with Noll & Tam Architects, Jason is the company BIM Leader. Nearly a decade ago he spearheaded a transition from traditional two dimensional CAD software to BIM, specifically the use of Autodesk Revit. He has worked on a variety of projects such as the UC Berkeley Doe Bancroft Library and the recently completed Oakland Zoo Veterinary Hospital. He continues to advocate for the use of advanced software applications, ensuring that Noll & Tam is constantly preparing for the architectural delivery methods of tomorrow. Ask him about either Revit or tiger containment, both areas of his expertise, and you are sure to get a thoughtful answer.
Abraham Jayson – Project Manager for the Los Gatos Library, Abraham is a LEED accredited Architect with Noll & Tam. Notable projects include the Antioch Community Center and the Oakland Zoo California Trail Visitor Center. Coordinator for Noll & Tam’s internal design committee, he is dedicated to maximizing design potential through the use of BIM. As a project manager, he has worked with Jason to develop implementation methodologies to ensure Revit workflow provides the maximum benefit for efficient and problem free project delivery. He firmly believes Revit is just a pencil, and that it is what you use it to draw that is important.
Lunch is provided. Presented by Ideate, Inc.