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Introduction By understanding the previous blogs in this series you should now have enough knowledge to export a good quality IFC and understand the importance of doing so. When I started testing these IFC workflows back in 2015 the catalyst was to export asset information as specified by the Construction-Operations Building information exchange (COBie) schema. […]Learn more
INTRODUCTION Welcome back everyone. It’s been awhile! ☺ The past six blogs were about implementing the structure of IFC within the functionality of Autodesk Revit and talking about IFC in its conceptual data model form. It’s now worth noting that we need to package up the data model so that it can be exchanged. IFC […]Learn more
Introduction Welcome back everyone ☺ I hope you’ve all had fun testing the workflows in the previous blog posts. As I’ve explained IFC provides a good basic method of structuring information, we should think of this as the default way which should be used across every project and every information management activity. In addition to […]Learn more
In the last blog post we looked at IFC attributes which allows you to add certain basic information about IFC entities. However, we need to be able to add much more information (such as performance) to entities, to do this we use properties.Learn more
In blog post 01 we described what Attributes are and listed the four core ones: GlobalId OwnerHistory Name DescriptionLearn more