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.

Navisworks | Contractors Revit – BIM Model Viewer

Architects, engineers and general contractors use BIM authoring software (Revit, Bentley, ArchiCAD, Vectorworks) to create BIM files for design, prefabrication and construction. However, general contractors and facility owners will also use a BIM file viewing and coordination tool; called Autodesk … Continue reading

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US Accessibility Board | New ADA \ ABA Compliance Standards Videos

The United States Access Board Website continues to publish new video content to better describe the ADA \ ABA Codes & Compliance Standards. If “a picture is worth a thousand words” — a video (animation) may save a thousands of … Continue reading

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Architect Murtagh Integrates ArcKit Model-Building + SketchUp 3D Warehouse

Architect Damien Murtagh ArcKit creator has designed a physical (non-digital) architectural model-building kit that has a virtual (digital) version in the  SketchUp 3D Warehouse design center. Located next to the Bradley BIM Booth 2014 AIA Convention Software & Technology Pavilion; … Continue reading

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My UBER Rescue at Chicago AIA Convention

Imagine standing with more than 300 people at this McCormick Place entrance;  waiting for a cab at  4:30pm on a great summer Friday afternoon, following my day at the AIA Convention. Cabs were ‘trickling’ into the convention center and it appeared … Continue reading

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