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Weekly Roundup – 2017.46

The week that was in the world of BIM –  for the week of Nov. 12th – Nov. 18th, 2017.


I’m going to start this week’s Roundup off with a post from the Connect & Construct Blog about some of the new things going on with BIM 360 that was announced during AU 2017 last week.

Autodesk Announces New Next-Generation BIM 360 Platform for Construction Management

Keeping with AU 2017 news, this post from the Revit Blog talks about the AEC Excellence winners.

AEC Excellence Awards winners use Revit

Here is what I’m sure will be the first of many recaps of what went down during AU 2017 this week. (Upfront.Ezine)

My Notes on Autodesk University 2017, Las Vegas

A couple of interesting posts from It’s Alive in the Lab about BIM 360, Forge and AU 2017. Adds Support for BIM 360 Docs Using Autodesk Forge

Sam Nseir: Integrate BIM 360 data with PowerBI using R

Switching gears to the world of BILT, let’s check out this week’s RTC News posts.

On Your Mark, Get Set….Call for Abstracts!

Your votes are in…BILT Europe Top 10 Speakers

Its That Time of Year

It has been a busy week over at the Livingroomcraftz Blog.

Hurry on sundown…

Read the fine print

Zoo time…

Happiness is dry feet…

This week from the world of BIM Chapters and Daniel Stine.

BIM Chapters Update – Week of 12 November 2017 + AIA-MN Convention

Now for some good old Revit content from the one and only RevitCat.

Scheduling Wall Heights in Revit

This next post is part 2 of a very interesting post about model audits using Dynamo, from Another BIM Blog.

Model Audits with Dynamo Part 2 – Big Data      (Part 1)

Hackathons seem to always create some pretty cool results, take a look at these from a BIM 360 hackathon (Revit Add-ons)

BIM 360 Online Hackathon Results

if you are interested in more from the world of Revit Add-ons then click below.

Giant-Size Roundup – For Oct 16 – November 12, 2017, New and Updated Revit Add-ins on the Autodesk App Store

I will end this week’s Roundup with a post from What Revit Wants with a couple of secrets…

Two Secrets about Revit Schedules, Closed Worksets, and Highlight in Model

Until Next Week,


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