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The Family Man has Arrived!

The Family Man has Arrived!

Today is a great day, we've picked up our last team member! I'd like to introduce you to Matthew Boltik!

Matt is a fellow BIM expert with a background in Architecture and MEP firms, supporting engineering and construction design. Where he truly shines, and what we're most excited to share with you, is his expertise in family creation and parametric design!

With Matt on the team, we have a boatload to share between Revit, Autodesk's BIM 360 platform, and programming in these platforms. We plan to help with things like...

  • How to build a "good" Revit family

  • How to programmatically add several tags to an element at once in Revit

  • Making sense of Revit journals

Below is Matt's "About Me" - take a look, and stay tuned!

Matt is a BIM Technologist for one of the nation's largest electrical contractors. He works alongside the engineering, VDC, and detailing teams to both implement new technologies as well as train on the existing programs that are used in daily processes. Before his current role he was a content creation expert who worked alongside multi-national corporations to make their library of products available for use in BIM platforms.  He has experience in a variety of technical roles throughout the AEC industry and is always pushing to get the most possible out of the building information modeling process. This has led to new developments in Revit content, streamlined processes for library management, and a constant curiosity for what can be done next in the AEC space.

Matt is a BIM Technologist for one of the nation's largest electrical contractors. He works alongside the engineering, VDC, and detailing teams to both implement new technologies as well as train on the existing programs that are used in daily processes. Before his current role he was a content creation expert who worked alongside multi-national corporations to make their library of products available for use in BIM platforms.

He has experience in a variety of technical roles throughout the AEC industry and is always pushing to get the most possible out of the building information modeling process. This has led to new developments in Revit content, streamlined processes for library management, and a constant curiosity for what can be done next in the AEC space.

Autodesk University Class Voting!

Autodesk University Class Voting!

DGN and DWG Families to RFA

DGN and DWG Families to RFA