Well, I'm finding myself "looking" (feverishly) for something BIM related to do in our office.
I've been told here that in D.C., the winters are "strange" sometimes with regards to work.
Sometimes there's LOTS of work and sometimes there are LULL's in the work load.....we are currently experiencing the LULL in the work load.
So...I'm trying to come up with IDEAS from all you AC BIM Managers out there as to what to do with my newly found time that could benifit the office....be it either Template file (of which I'm doing right now), training, manual creation, agenda development...etc....I'm desparate for suggestions folks.....don't want my employer to even think of uttering the words..."hey, Rob, uhhh. yeah..why don't you take some time...........(I won't even say it)"........so any help would greatly be appreciated.
...Bobby Hollywood live from... i>u Edgewater, FL! SOFTWARE VERSION: Archicad 22, Archicad 23 Windows7 -OS, MAC Maverick OS
Template of course is a big one. How about researching and developing ways to be smarter architects? As in finding ways ArchiCAD can create added services or better insight into design.
How many 3D views or color views are showing up in your drawing sets? Could you explore the next step in schedules or autotext usage? Are you doing renderings already? Can you lower the base point when you can start producing quality visualization graphics? What about movies?
Does your office use Ecodesigner? Might be a good time to start looking into that.
Are there objects you could create or find to make your models better?