RevitX, LLC. founder Joseph Fontana built the foundation of the earliest RevX™ in 2013. However, the digital design principles were developed over two decades and have evolved into an elegant solution that produces the most valuable commodity… Time.
RevX™ is an idea developed to reduce liability through clash coordination, precise documentation and
What is a RevX™ Project template?
The RevX™ is actually, not a template at all… it is a project (.rvt file) that has been developed through identifying the maximum scope of requirements for client and DOB deliverables.
RevX™ is a Revit project developed to 93% completion of logistics by identifying and documenting redundant startup and day-to-day BIM requirements.
More specifically, RevX™ is a project facilitating command and control of 820 Sheets, 69 RSVP
90% of a RevX™ project that is not needed can be deleted
RevX™ quantifiable profit gain grows exponentially in time over the life of a project and multiplies by the projects produced annually throughout the life of a firm.
RevX™ offers the options of developing 2D production 100% in Revit via 345 synchronized Drafting Boundaries, or 100% in AutoCAD via 69 synchronized Viewport dwg files.
Why not just use a Revit template?
In short, Time. You either waste yours or pay someone to waste theirs.
In detail, RevX™ incorporates a methodology designed to eliminate clash coordination issues of MEP systems. The Hierarchical Order of Operations was designed to eliminate redundancy of BIM development. This partnership and process determines that the mathematical certainty of time vs. executed commands will guarantee BIM technicians achieve the required client deliverables in the shortest time possible.
How much Time vs. Executed Commands?
What are the cost analysis variables to develop a RevX™ concept for your firm and what are the impacts on annual profits?
The implications BIM Leads are confronted with when developing more effective procedural protocols are to first develop the methodology. Second, implement the concepts into an already established set of standards. Third, filter through trial and error of what works and what doesn’t. Fourth, document the process so it can be replicated by other technicians and improved on by future BIM Leads. This all must be achieved while maintaining client deliverable obligation deadlines. This is precisely the predicament firms find themselves in when attempting to develop their BIM department.