Chapter 13. Worksharing

Prior to the introduction of Revit Structure, your structural projects more than likely consisted of several files that you assembled into sheets and printed for each issue. These files were probably produced and maintained by a drafter. Another set of files was created by the engineer for the analysis portion, which eventually was put into the documentation portion of the drawings. The use of all these files kept it fairly easy to keep the work spread out so multiple users did not need to have the same file open simultaneously. Even if one person was producing all aspects of the project, at some point a second user was often brought into the project at the tail end to help.

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