In re-reading this series of posts, I realized that the information comes across a bit scattered so I wanted to add one more post where I give numbered steps to prepare a Revit project and execute contract administration.
This is the last post on the contract administration method. There is only one last item to cover. What to do with the admin phase when working on a renovation.
Last week I went over dependent views and what to do with them. In this post, I’ll be looking at elevations, sections and details.
So did everyone do their homework? I hope so because ….. POP QUIZ! You won’t be able to read the rest of this post unless you get the following question right.
Back on September 9 2010, I did a quick article on Autodesk University and pointed out some of the resources available there. In this post and the next few I’m going to be focusing on an extremely important topic that all Revit users face eventually. Contract administration.