I'm trying to get some understanding of what the best practice is when it comes to a teamwork project that has multiple linked architectural models, and an overall site model, as well as consultant IFC models as hotlinks.
We have come across issues when people working in the individual file who didn't update the relevant site/IFC hotlinks before working on it on a daily basic, which resulted in issues/clashes due to not seeing the latest from other models.
What's the best practice to avoid this? Is it to always check the Hotlink Module Manager first thing in the day and hit the update button so that everyone working in the same model can pick up the latest?
What about if there are changes through out the day which can be picked up through Send & Receive in the same file, but gets annoying when others have to always check and update the Hotlinks to pick up changes, etc.
Any thoughts/previous experience/successful stories are welcomed! Thank you!
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BIM Execution Plan, it usually consist of a long list of things to do and not to do or how to handle your project that is using a BIM model and other processes that goes in your BIM file like how you're going to update the hotlinks of MEP IFC files etc. Other stake holders of that said project will have to agree and follow it. Thinking of a simpler way... you can treat it like a contract.
In the end what is your Objective? ArchiCAD 9 onwards