My most recent effort was direct towards the development of another Revit template and the plethora of families, annotations, tags, detail components and titleblocks that are needed for a complete functioning package. However, this round I was working with a fire alarm/fire protection engineering firm and was graciously led to new concepts and insights on potentials in file management strategies and creating an even more calculative Revit family. Furthermore, I learned first hand on their struggles with BIM and many best practices that architectural firms should be mindful of before sending their link off to consultants.
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Tag Rooms on your RCP's!
Set up View Templates for consistency.
Don't over complicate things with Revit worksets.
Be accurate in joining walls.
Make tags more compact graphically.
Always use transparent text fields.
Are those grid-lines and levels suppose to be extending 1,000' past the building?