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Jul 12, 2013


Peter in Maryland

"BIM is slow; but he has found that do a lot of manual gymnastics to "speed up the model," it is because of process changes: trying to mold existing processes into the way BIM needs to do things."

I'm not sure I follow all of that sales talk, but rest assured: Revit is SLOW! While other BIM solutions may be faster, we routinely spend at least 10% of our day waiting for Revit to respond. We have a dozen Revit MEP 2013 seats and a huge investment in HP Z800 workstations, and we have concluded without reservation: Revit is SLOW! This is part of the reason I am in the office now, on Sunday, and why I can write to you while waiting for Revit to stop spinning the Windows wheel ....

Thanks for your writings



I didn't realize you were at RTC! Fantastic posts about the conference. Next time we should meet up. I have been following your blog for a long time.

Thanks for the great content.


Ditto on Revit being so slow. It's like the dial-up modem days all over again in the office!

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