A Revit Nested Array gives the Bradley Pedestal Bench Revit family the flexibility to display 3 different pedestal placement configurations as the bench is sized to 6 different lengths.
A Revit Family Catalog (*.txt) creates the Revit pedestal bench that has 4 bench widths of, 9-1/2", 12", 18" and 24". The best news, the file size of the Bradley Pedestal Bench Revit family "weighs in" at 350K.
Each week Bradley clients; architects, engineers, contractors and facility owners contact our Revit-BIM Team with questions that ask;
"How are Bradley Revit families created?"
Here are the Top 10 Value Points that we share with them;
01) Extensive Division 10 & 22 Revit Library:Bradley's Revit Family Library currently has more than 1000 Revit family components representing thousands of Bradley plumbing fixture and specialty equipment products.
02) Documented-Proven Modeling Standards: We initially used the Revit Model Style Guide from Autodesk SEEK.
However, based on 10 years of actual Revit-BIM project experience, I rewrote and tripled the size of the original document. Bradley's new document better serves our clients' and the industry's evolving Revit-BIM project standards-practices.
03) Family Types:Bradley Revit family models represent thousands of Bradley products. Many Revit families include multiple variations of each Bradley product.
We define product variations for a single Revit family; one of two ways:
Advocate Serves as Key Component to Safer-Cleaner Toilet Room Design
The distance that separates the hand-washing area and from the hand-drying area; creates a major liability (risk) from a wet slippery floor for users within a toilet room design. The Advocate's hand-drying system is fully integrated with the hand-washing basin to minimize or eliminate water dripping onto the floor. Providing both a safer and cleaner toilet room design.
The Bradley BIM Initiative has grown to address the needs and ongoing requirements of Revit BIM-based processes for design and construction organizations.
Here are several ground-breaking milestones achieved by the Bradley BIM Initiative over the last couple years.
January 2011: Bradley began soliciting review and feedback from several government-based entities that were driving BIM standards. This connected Bradley with the US Army Corps of Engineers and the evolving COBie and SPie Initiatives.
Bradley is grateful for the ideas we've received from the Revit users; that have provided feedback on their experiences with our Revit Families. Their feedback is documented on our Bradley BIM FAQ page.