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Rick Rundell


Rick Rundell is Autodesk's senior director for project, data, and collaboration services. A registered architect with more than 20 years of experience in the building industry, Mr. Rundell has been responsible for the design and management of projects ranging from historic restorations and mixed-use urban developments to health care, biomedical research, and university laboratory buildings.


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1-2-3 Revit: BIM - Small, Medium? Extra Large!   14 Apr, 2005
By: AIA ,Rick Rundell

Revit Worksharing helps teams collaborate on projects of all sizes

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1-2-3 Revit: Parametric Building Modeling, Part 2   14 Mar, 2005
By: AIA ,Rick Rundell

Why this type of modeler is so critical for a BIM solution.

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1-2-3 Revit: Not All BIM is Parametric   14 Feb, 2005
By: AIA ,Rick Rundell

Parametric building modeling: What is it, and how do you determine if it's the foundation of a BIM solution?

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Implementing BIM, Part 3: Staff Training   14 Jan, 2005
By: AIA ,Rick Rundell

Ensuring a successful transition from 2D to building information modeling, Part 3: training your staff.

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Implementing BIM, Part 2: Planning for Process and Staffing Changes   14 Dec, 2004
By: AIA ,Rick Rundell

Implementing BIM, Part 2: Planning for process and staffing changes.

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Ensure Success in Your Transition to BIM   22 Nov, 2004
By: AIA ,Rick Rundell

Transitioning from 2D to building information modeling: What to expect and how to ensure success.

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Building Information Modeling Takes Hold Down Under   14 Oct, 2004
By: AIA ,Rick Rundell

Firms embrace technology that gives them a competitive edge

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Building Information Modeling Takes Hold Down Under   14 Oct, 2004
By: AIA ,Rick Rundell

Firms embrace technology that gives them a competitive edge

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Calculating BIM's Return on Investment   21 Sep, 2004
By: AIA ,Rick Rundell

A simple formula calculates return on investment when you’re considering a new BIM system.

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Old Standard Taps BIM Data for New Uses   15 Aug, 2004
By: AIA ,Rick Rundell

A tried-and-true data translator, the ODBC standard retrieves building information modeling data for use in a growing list of architectural applications.