Joint ICE and Costain Health and Safety Lecture

Yesterday, I had the opportunity to attend the joint health and safety lecture between the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) and Costain that took place at The Institution of Civil Engineers, One Great George Street, Westminster, London, SW1P 3AA. As my online library, I created this article.

ICE and Costain have been doing this joint lecture for over a half-decade to promote health and safety. Both are committed to building foundations of continuing to exchange knowledge on health and safety issues to ensure that the workforce and the public are protected. ICE and Costain join forces in holding this lecture to set standards, to identify and promote best practice, and advance the health and safety agenda.

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Be safe everyone.

Have a great day.

Allan Cantos, EngTech MICE

BSc. Civil Engineer / Principal Structural Technician

Revit-Dynamo-Power BI Guide V.2 Released

Hey guys, I made an update with my Revit-Dynamo-Power BI Guide ebook.

If you are one of those who purchased this ebook, you should have received an email with the revised one attached or a separate link where you can download the up-to-date version for FREE.

I would like to thank you for the support. My website will keep on running for as long as there is someone like you who would be willing to spend a small amount to support me in funding my online library. It will be your online library too.

Your support is very much appreciated.

For some of you who haven’t get a copy yet, here are the two links for you to choose from, where you can purchase a copy, depending on your payment option.

Using PayPal:

Revit-Dynamo-Power BI Guide ebook (PayPal)

Using Credit/Debit Card:

Revit-Dynamo-Power BI Guide ebook (Credit/Debit Card)

Have a great day.

Cheers,

Allan Cantos EngTech MICE

BSc. Civil Engineering / Principal Structural Technician

Revit Application Macro

I came across ArchSmarter Toolbox where you can download a number of Revit Macro for free and one of my favourite so far amongst the list is the “Align Views”. Please watch this quick video tutorial from ArchSmarter to give you a basic understanding of Revit macro:

How to run a Revit macro

Adding one macro to your Revit application is clearly explained by the Founder of ArchSmarter Mr Michael Kilkelly HERE, but what if you have to combine two or more macros, how would you do that?

As you can see, we do not have any macro from “Application” tab and “Project1” tab.

Go ahead and download the Revit Macros that you like and transfer the first macro by following the video tutorial from the link provided above.

Please see below the sample of the macros I’ve added on my Revit Application.

Here is the test video for the Align Views macro: Test Video

Let me know by giving your comments below if you want to learn how to combine the three macros into a single application macro code and I am more than happy to create a separate article in discussing the process I did.

Have a great day.

Cheers,

Allan Cantos EngTech MICE

BSc. Civil Engineering / Principal Structural Technician