Code Calcs is back, and its working on 2013 and 2014. Do you like saving time?

There is a difference between BIM and automation.  Using Revit for BIM isn’t automatic – you need skills, time and effort to make it work.

Certain Revit add-ins fill a real need to make that leap between ‘hard work BIM’ and ‘automated BIM’.  SAuBIM – Code Calcs is a proven tool for automating compliance checks related to room areas.  It has been updated to version 2.0, and is working with 2013 and 2014.

Oh, and did I mention that Harry Mattison has been involved in the process – you won’t be disappointed!

As Jeff says:
Simply click “Update Tags” and you have calculated data semi-automatically updated into your room tag!

You can get hold of Code Calcs for Revit 2013 and 2014 by using this link.

If you haven’t heard of it before, it automatically creates schedules for:

·         Occupancy Loads (Per Room)
·         Required Male Water Closets
·         Required Female Water Closets
·         Required Lavatories
·         Required Drinking Fountains
and it allows you to tag this important data in intelligent Room tags.
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10 years ago

don't care about revit arch anything, mep guy