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Redlines vs Pinklines

BIM creates different types of graphic errors

Raise your hand if you’ve had this situation occur: A non-BIM user is redlining (pinklining?) a set of drawings created with BIM. They panic and freakout. They see an error that if it was done in 2D would be a disaster. Or the sign of complete ignorance. Can you imagine …

Pantheon of Workmonsters

In a world of shoegnomes, there are workmonsters… Much like I came up with the realization that I was a shoegnome years before I started my company and blog, the concept of workmonsters has been floating around in my head for a long time. What are workmonsters? They are a …

Redlines vs Pinklines

Redlines We all know what Redlines are. Either digitally or by hand, someone is reviewing a set of drawings and marking them up to be corrected. Redlines are a critical part of the chain of command. A younger staff member can do a set of drawings or model a building …