Reviewing & Addressing Warnings in Revit

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Presenter Sash Kazeminejad, ACI, LEED AP

a Revit User Group

Tuesday, August 11, 2015
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Complimentary lunch provided by Ideate, Inc.

1.5 CES LUs

As Revit models develop, occasional warning messages appear, identifying issues with the model, such as overlapping elements, duplicate instances and duplicate mark values. In the background, Revit is keeping a running a list of these warnings, which will continue to accumulate if unaddressed. While many of these warnings are benign, the continued tracking of these warnings can increase the file size and can drastically affect the model performance since Revit is working hard to keep track of each warning. During this Revit Users Group, we will review a variety of Revit warnings and how to address them. Since this will be an interactive presentation, we would like to have some of you share your experiences in dealing with Revit Warnings.

About the presenter:

Sash Kazeminejad, ACI, LEED AP, an AEC Senior Application Specialist, brings proficiency in Autodesk solutions including AutoCAD and Revit Architecture to Ideate customers. His industry experience includes project management, BIM Management, and design for Architectural firms in California, Montana and Oregon. He is LEED accredited professional and is on track to achieve California licensure with Oregon to follow.

Learning Objectives:
At the end of this presentation, attendees will be able to:

1) Identify Revit warning messages such as overlapping elements.
2) Fix duplicate instances and duplicate mark values in Revit.
3) Address a variety of Revit warnings.
4) Manage file-size by addressing warnings in Revit.


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