Author Archives: Daniel Hughes

About Daniel Hughes

Daniel Hughes is an Expert Revit-BIM Consultant and Author of BradleyBIM.com Here's a short list of his industry credentials: * Classroom & Onsite Revit Training to more than 700 professionals since 2002. * Senior Revit Technical Project Manager on more than $5 Billion of Client Projects * Senior Revit Implementation Manager to more than 130 national design, engineering and construction firms since 2002. * Expert Onsite-Online Revit Trainer-Implementation Consultant * Master Family Modeler * National Educational Author, Speaker & Blogger * Corporate owner for 15 years; serving national & international clients.

Download McGraw-Hill Report | Measuring BIM Impact On Complex Buildings

Download 2015 60-page BIM Report: McGraw-Hill BIM Report | Measuring the Impact of BIM on Complex Buildings August 18 Update: The correct document is now linked for download. We apologize for any inconvenience. BIM Report Contributors: 391 owners, architects, engineers and … Continue reading

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4 Revit Fixture-Room Layout Tips | ADA-Universal Design Review

Consider using these four tips\processes; while creating manufacturer product Revit families and to assist with the design \ layout of these space types: toilet rooms, locker rooms, washrooms commercial kitchens & food service mechanical & utility rooms office, retail, education & healthcare space w/ … Continue reading

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How to Change Revit Family Visibility Settings | Bradley Toilet Paper Dispenser

Client Question: The various Bradley Toilet Tissue Dispenser Revit models display a toilet paper roll. When I load the Revit model, the paper roll does not always display in my Revit project views. How can I best control the paper roll visibility?  Answer: … Continue reading

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