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Revit BIM Drafter Opportunity

On behalf of my LinkedIn colleague, Ms. Laura Dreuth, I am posting this Revit job opportunity announcement:


Job Description:
Volt has an immediate need for a BIM Revit Drafter to work with our client in the modular home industry in Vallejo, California. This is an exciting opportunity to work with a growing company!

In this role, you will design highly detailed Revit models for generating plans for aspects of residential structures. This includes: preparing & permitting documents, shop drawings and construction details.


3-5 years of Revit Structural and/or MEP
2-3 years preparing shop drawings and construction details
Detail Oriented, Organized, Excellent communication skills
Revit MEP designing HVAC is a plus!

If you are interested, please contact Laura at:

BIM Workshops Call for Speakers

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The Event Know as Central States Revit Workshop or CSRW. Has a new name and a new reach. Starting off with three events this year BIM Workshops is a new event with the same local feel. Bringing National Speakers like Brian Mackey, Desiree Mackey, Paul Aubin, Steve Stafford, Steven Shell, Phil Read and Andy Jizba to a local events. Join us by submitting a session on the Call for Speakers page to share you knowledge and change the world.


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Revit Structure 2013 New Feature Videos

Autodesk has released several new videos showing the new features of Revit Structure 2013. We have organized them below for you enjoyment.

Revit Structure 2013 New Features

Area and Path Reinforcement Hosting Structural Rebar in Autodesk Revit 2013

Area and Path Reinforcement has been updated with new behavior that make these elements containers for hosting Structural Rebar.

More Videos after the break…

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Revit Architecture 2013 New Feature Videos

Autodesk has released several new videos showing the new features of Revit Architecture 2013. We have organized them below for you enjoyment.

Revit Architecture 2013 New Features

01-Component-Based Stair – Creating Switchback Stair

In Autodesk Revit 2013, component-based stair is now available. It provides capabilities to assemble a stair using individual run, landing, and support components.

More videos after the break…

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NavisWorks Videos

Autodesk has release a few new videos for Navisworks. These videos cover some of the basic and new tools available in the 2013 product. We will be updating this post with any new videos that come out.

Tour of Clash Detective

This Autodesk Navisworks Learning video shows you how to navigate and understand Clash Detective. Clash Detective enables you to identify clashes between objects in your model, so that you can resolve problems at the design stage.

There are move videos after the break.


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Alto Revit!

Alto: Although this word is associated with music, it is Spanish for Tall. The Latin word Altus means high or deep.

Read all about this Alto Saxophone Revit Family and my latest update on 3Dconnexion’s SpacePilot Pro:

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MEP Position Available

An Autodesk colleague from UK asked me to post this Ad for a position available in Saudi Arabia. If you’re interested, he can be contacted at the address included at the end of this job posting.


MEP Technical Consultant 

An exciting role has just become available in the Award Winning Software Company Autodesk. We are currently seeking an individual with extensive MEP (Mechanical, Electrical and Plumbing) experience. Acting as a consultant you will be providing post-sale technical and business consulting to help drive successful adoption of Autodesk AEC technologies for the (MEP) technology within the construction industry. This key contributor with Autodesk Consulting will be a leader in their domain and will provide customers with process assessments, process change consultancy, project management, facilitate customer meetings, training, implementation, mentoring, as well as create documentation and customer deliverables. He/She will work closely with the channel by providing ongoing support, training and technical advice within the industry. You must be able to work independently as well as be part of the EMEA team. The position offers a variety of responsibilities and be the regional representative for driving MEP across multiple disciplines.

Location: Saudi Arabia 


  • Assess customer’s current business process, recommend and implement solutions to meet customer’s needs. Work closely with customer to document and standardize their design processes.
  • Recommends implementation and best practices for solutions to meet customer business needs.
  • Develops, contributes and manages detailed customer implementation plans.
  • Develops and conducts professional product training courses in person and via web casts, to accelerate customer adoption.
  • Develop systems architecture, implementing cross-product solutions that best fit the customer’s needs.
  • Writes deliverable documents including project schedules, procedures guides, flow charts, and best practices guides, agendas, and follow up memos.
  • Works with new and existing customers in order to identify unrealized customer needs and promote Company solutions to drive additional revenue.
  • Mentor customers to support the new solution deployment. In cases where customer purchases product implementation and support services, this person will provide ongoing consulting throughout the project lifecycle.
  • Responsible for supporting sales efforts by developing proposals, writing scopes of work, and estimating resource requirements. Plays a key role in further developing current accounts by identifying complete solutions to meet additional unrealized customer needs.


  • Knowledge of MEP design, drawing and detailing experience is required to be successful in this role
  • Must have strong experience with leading architectural/MEP design software (i.e. AutoCAD MEP, Revit MEP, Microstation, etc.).
  • Good understanding of BIM workflow process between architects and engineers.
  • Must be willing to become an expert in the use of Revit MEP, AutoCAD MEP and Building Information Modeling and analysis products.
  • Demonstrated ability to work in a team of technical personnel, marketing/sales people, project managers.
  • Experience working in the Middle East region would be a strong plus.
  • Demonstrated ability to work independently with minimal supervision.
  • Demonstrated ability to meet deadlines.
  • Demonstrated initiative and ability to drive decisions and get closure on recommendations and issues.
  • Excellent communication and presentation skills.
  • Excellent group facilitation skills.
  • Project management experience. Demonstrated ability to lead a team to develop and deliver projects for acceptance within cost/schedule constraints.
  • Able to travel up to 75% of the time and enjoy working with diverse groups of people with widely variable technical skills.
  • Fluent in Engllish and Arabic is required for this role.


Tony Mancino
Senior Recruiter
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Autodesk Ltd.
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AUGI AEC EDGE Fall 2010 Issue

I’m happy to announce that the 2010 Fall issue of AUGI AEC EDGE Ezine finally came out on New Year’s day (Saturday_January 1, 2011)!

It was supposed to come out last December but for some reason, the release was delayed. As of the date of this post, the online version is not out yet. However, you can download a PDF copy at:

On page 27, I wrote a 12-page article on creating complex family shapes in Revit. Included are Revit family tips and tricks with accompanying video clips (available on the online version). Here is an image of the front cover showing the title of my article: “Little Details Count Too”. Enjoy!

Michael Anonuevo
Autodesk® Revit® Architecture 2011 Certified Professional

Why can I not place a spot elevation in some views, but I can in others?

When you are placing spot elevations sometimes you will get the no go simple on all your flat surfaces and it will only work on the edges of the object. This is a simple fix but is very frustrating when it happens. All you need to do is change “Visual Style” from “Wireframe” to any of the other options. Basically the spot elevation tool does not work unless the surface is visible. In Wireframe model the surface it not visible so the spot elevation only works on the edges.


Creating Lights – Revit MEP or Revit Architecture?

We received an email question, asking if light families should be created in Revit MEP or Revit Architecture, or if a manufacturer should go so far as to create one version of a light for Architecture and a separate version for MEP.

Here’s an answer.

UPDATE: While you can create geometry and connectors in Revit Architecture, there are some types of electrical parameters that can only be added in from Revit MEP, including wiring and power information. To see these, go to add a new parameter, and set the discipline to Electrical and then take a look at the available parameter types:


Additionally, if you go beyond Lighting Fixtures into other families, there are a number of other types of families (mechanical in particular, in the “Family Categories and Parameters dialog box) that don’t even show up in Revit Architecture. In the end, any family that has engineering related information ought to be created by that engineering version of Revit (structure included).

Architecture on the left, MEP on the right… similar differences in Structure.

And you should only create it once.

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If you create a new light family and look at the family’s “Family Category and Parameters”, RAC can only create “Lighting Fixtures”. RMEP can create “Lighting Fixtures” or “Lighting Devices”. A Lighting Fixture can have a light source in it, a Lighting Device cannot – but it does have the option to “Maintain Annotation Orientation”. If you want the light to have a generic annotation for plan graphics, and have that generic annotation remain in place as you rotate or orient the light (one possible example could be MEP representation of a wall sconce), you might need to have the family be a Lighting Device.

You would then need to nest in a Lighting Fixture with a light source only – no geometry – in the Lighting Device to have this fixture cast light.

It used to be that MEP’s lights were devices, and Architecture’s lights were fixtures, but this is not really the case any longer. If you look at the out-of-the-box content in both Revit MEP and Architecture, all of the lighting families are fixtures.

After everything I wrote here, I would recommend doing the same – make your lights as “fixtures”.

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As always, email any questions or comments to

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