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Tutorial Series: Basic Guide to BIM Model Review

This instructional tutorial provides simple step-by-step instructions for reviewing a model using Visicon. Workflows in this overview tutorial include: – Exporting Revit model data and importing into Visicon – Navigating…

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New Version 2.0

2.0 Introduces New Flexible Licensing Options, Including Annual Subscription. At Visicon, we are committed to listening to our customers and continuing to improve our solution. We are excited to announce…

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Case Study: MUEngineers Gains Greater Confidence

Download the PDF version Getting the Best View of a Tower on the Gulf Coast:   Visicon Lets MUEngineers See it All Florida-based structural engineers use Visicon on their projects to gain confidence…

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Case Study: Strandeck Coordinates PT Project

Building the Future in Lithuania: How Visicon Gave Strandeck the Clarity it Needed to Bridge the Old with the New Developers of a showpiece project asked Strandeck engineers and contractors…

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Video Tutorial: How to Create 3D Tendons in Revit

Create and Coordinate 3D Tendons in Visicon or Revit This video demonstrates how Visicon helps structural engineers create 3D tendons from their ADAPT-Builder design models. The workflow example starts by…

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Video Tutorial: How to Automatically Compare Columns Across Models

Visicon Ensures Better Model Consistency with the Component Compare Report This video shows how Visicon can help you automatically compare critical column properties across Revit, ETABS, IFC and ADAPT model…

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Visicon used to compare as-built with design data

Visicon is being used to merge 3D scan data of post-tensioned slabs with the design BIM models. The scan data that is taken right before concrete is cast is cleaned…

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Visicon exhibits at AU 2019

Visicon exhibited at Autodesk University in Las Vegas and showcased its BIM model review and checking solution to a record number of attendees.

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