Adrianna Schneider

Chicago, IL A dedicated technical expert with more than 10 years of experience using Autodesk software, Adrianna specializes in developing and executing implementation strategies using Building Information Modeling tools and the Integrated Project Delivery process within the AEC community to improve and enhance their business practices. As the AEC industry moves towards an integrated practice in technology and processes, Adrianna engages with clients and organizations to educated them on the benefit of a Building Information Modeling (BIM) and Integrated Project Delivery (IPD) workflow. Not only the aspect of 3D modeling, but the importance of using the model information to expand their services and improve their designs. Using the "I" in BIM allows companies to extract valuable information for integration with analysis tools, estimating software and collaboration applications within a digital environment. Adrianna has a Degree in Architectural Engineering, with specialties in Structural and Environmental Design from Milwaukee School of Engineering. She is LEED AP Certified, an Autodesk Approved Instructor, Autodesk Revit Structure Certified Implementation Expert and Autodesk MEP Certified Implementation Expert.
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An Overview of Phasing in Revit

December 31, 2013 By Adrianna Schneider Leave a comment

Many are not familiar with the use of Phasing in Revit. It is not a complicated task, but a user does need to understand where the storage of Phases are located and how Phasing affects a Revit model. This short video presents an overview of Phasing, to help users understand the fundamentals of the command.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dFRb9zJvuIA

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Tagged with Design, Building information modeling, Project planning, Training, AEC, BIM, Technology, Revit, Phasing, Autodesk

How to Request Product Media from Subscription Center

Did you know that you can still get your media on a CD, DVD or USB drive? If you are a Subscription Customer you can request the physical media (e.g., CD, DVD, or USB—depending on the product) for the products you have licensed on your subscription contract, directly from Subscription Center.

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Tagged with USB, AEC, Product Media, CD, Software, Autodesk, DVD

Bringing Information from Excel into Revit

November 02, 2012 By Adrianna Schneider Leave a comment

Following is information and workflows for bringing information from Excel into Revit. Multiple options, tutorial videos on most options.

Go to Subscription Center to get the Revit Database Link Extension. Under Downloads > Product Enhancements > Autodesk Revit DB Link 2013 (or 2012 if this is the version you are running) > Download the Extension > Close Revit and reopen Revit for the Extension to populate in the Add-Ins Tab > External Tools dropdown.

RDB Link works with Microsoft Access.

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Tagged with Microsoft Access, Excel, AEC, BIM, Revit

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