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[Laughter] hello everyone mr led visual here with another video in this video we are going to look at 10 most important things to know if you want to become a pro in archicad without any further ado let's get started number one is the project template to start being successful at arcade bin you need just a powerful template this provide the foundation necessary to efficiently create building information models and deliver the information and documentation in your bim process a good template makes you save lots of time by using commonly used presets of tools and operations this will make you automate majority of your workflow and utilize also best practices it should let you think about architecture and design to eliminate headaches of recreating things time and again so if you want to increase your productivity efficiently and the quality of your archicad story drawings download the ms beam aggregate template below number two is the view map the view map contains references to viewpoints from the project map but each one is defined with a context settings such as a layer combination pen sets a scale a graphic overrides etc each story in the project map can be saved as a multiple views in the view map to set up a different view like a construction plan maybe plumbing plan electrical plane and other variations this viewmap is the home of your project basically number three is the classification and property systems this is used to organize project elements or materials and their related information and to define which properties are available to an element or building materials availability of properties depend on its classification i get comes with a default classification system but depending on your working methods and local standards you may want to use a different or additional classification system if you want to download or access different class page systems check the link in the description number four element attributes aggregate element attributes are groups of defined settings available to your project it is a foundation of creating any element to your project for example a wall composition and a surfaces are attributes which can apply to a wall element as you create them this is a part where you define communication of your projects a good template has to have pieces of different attributes number five is goddess archicad goodies goodies are free add-ons that are developed by graphisoft to complete arcade with their specific abilities and features abilities like putting details to roof your wall and floor elements check the link in the description to download and install aggiegate goodies suit number six documentation there are different tools to document your project in archicad being able to use interactive schedules to quantify each element and even go and extend of putting cost is fascinating the best way is to streamline and automate the workflow number seven project preferences this is where you set standards and working methods specific to the project you are working on and which are saved along with the project for example defining the location the units and coordinates of the project it's an information that is embedded in the project for another user to access it number eight solid element operations aggregate solid element operations or seo as the normal quality are a powerful tools to carve and model complex objects or forms i also use it more often for cleaning connections of objects that are not in the same family of priority connections number nine profile manage the profile manager are used to create complex profiles of specific elements in the project it works with the following tools walls beam columns railings and object two so that means ikto allows you to open beam where you can collaborate with different professionals around architecture engineering and construction industry by sharing your files using ifc format this afc stands for industry foundation class it also possible to import models from other modeling softwares like sketchup 3d studio mix and others by using this feature the interoperability feature these are the 10 most important features in ikea to master if you want to become a pro thank you for watching make sure you like share comment below by asking questions of any arcade topic or suggestion on how to improve the quality of our tutorials if you are new to this channel make sure to subscribe for more architectural videos like this one i will see you in the next video cheers you
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- Broderick Bourgois, Staff Member
what's going on guys Balkan arced it here and in today's video I'm going to be talking about BIM managers who are these B managers what do they do how can you become one and how much money do they make so answering the question of what a Pam manager is is not as simple as that it's kind of like what is been it really means a whole lot of different things to a whole lot of different people so let's see what what can constitute a BIM manager so a B manager can be anyone from just a person in a small firm that just happens to be best at some it's been software or at understanding software so everybody's asking him how everything works and when they get a problem they ask him to fix it him or her to fix it or it can be just a director that's all about software and understands some programming languages and is building a whole system for an international firm and it is just managing the system of a huge international firm so when we're talking about BIM managers it can really be anybody and what would be managers do so basically the manager means his managing bim or Building Information modeling he's basically managing the system so as far as architecture goes and our software that we use it's it's kind of getting more complex and complex and that's good because humans don't you have to do as much work but these these systems are getting so complex that somebody needs to be there just to keep an eye on these systems to make sure that they're functionally functioning perfectly and that and then to find some improvements on how to make the system more efficient so the main manager is basically somebody who's covering the whole software end of the architectural firm business if you're looking at a small firm a manager can be just a person that's just best at a certain software or at a bunch of different software maybe he's the only one that is really proficient and drive it and then everybody asks this person for help and when there's some templates to be created or some sheets to be created and this is the person that everybody goes to and that's kind of part of their job and when we get to kind of bigger companies then the manager is basically somebody who's monitoring the whole system and is improving the system and is just trying to find different different ways to improve the workflow maybe creating some dynamo scripts that are helping people just make the whole process a lot more efficient and at these higher levels basically the pen manager doesn't have anything to do with the project that if people are doing their job is just to monitor the whole system and all of the programs and just to just to fine-tune everything so it runs smoothly and whenever you get to a problem this is the person everybody goes to to fix that problem so let's say you want to become a bim manager you like music perhaps rabbits I guess most of people watching this video are a rabbit users so maybe you like rabbit and you like architecture but you would rather like to be a band manager so how can you become one well if you just find a first job out of the school you can easily become the most knowledgeable person on BIM software in a firm if you go for a smaller firm that is that it doesn't really have much experience with the BIM you can easily become the most knowledgeable person and then everybody comes to you for help and over time you basically build your position as a band manager and then when you decide to go for another job in a firm that perhaps uses been for a long time maybe you can apply for a position where your actual job title would be a band manager but make sure you know a lot about software you can't really just be like I am going to be dravot I can do all different types of weird warped buildings like Zaha Hadid designs or some Frank Gehry weird shapes that's that's not really been manager the manager is somebody who knows the whole workflow from beginning to end he knows how to go from like the initial stages where you're kind of just doing the simple modeling over trying kind of adding more elements in making the whole model a lot more complex and then how to pull information from that model because that's the point of Building Information modeling it's pulling information out of the geometry who created and doing all of the calculations how to link up different programs if you have to export something from perhaps Revit - to excel or if you have to import some CAD drawings so you have to connect your Revit users with robot users so they can do structural analysis if you have to cover all of that so you need to be kind of aim you need to monitor the system you need to know everything about a lot of different software and that can be hard at times and it can be challenging but you have to start working from something small something that you know and then just kind of try to figure everything out on your own and develop all the skills necessary to become a BIM manager and this is one of those positions where I think having a outer desk certificate where you have a certificate that says that you're a who arrived at the Jedi that that maybe makes sense to get a certificate like that because being able manager is a more serious position than just saying I yeah I know rabbit or I know how to get you're not really an architect anymore you're a manager so you need to manage the software you need to manage the people it's a whole different kind of a profession and if you're interesting in how much money buy managers make if you look at the website called a glass door they can give you an estimate of what's an average salary for a bad manager and they say it's around 72 thousand dollars a year which of course you need to take into consideration the country where you're at for example in my country we have a kind of a a low standard so in my country if you were getting somewhere around like 16,000 a year that would be an amazing salary and if you were in the US that would probably would probably have to have a bit more to be to be happy with your salary so it's it's very dependent on where you live but kind of did the world average is around seventy-six thousand dollars and it can go all the way up to like hundred and seven thousand dollars from for kind of the upper tier been managers in more in bigger firms that do some more complex work okay so that's pretty much it about this about this topic I hope you have enjoyed this video please tell me in the comment section below are you perhaps a band manager or do you know some bill managers or do you agree with me about the definition of what is a band manager and what do they do and please like this video it helps me out a lot and please share it to all of your friends maybe some of them want to become managers at some point and follow me on social media I will be posting they're all regularly from now on so check out the links in the description and then follow me over there as well ok so that's pretty much it for this video make sure to subscribe and I'll see you tomorrow
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- Broderick Bourgois
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