Houston Area Revit User Group

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January 2011 Meeting

Posted by Dat Lien on January 25, 2011

Next Houston Area Revit Users Group Meeting…

I know it seems like forever since our last meeting but wait no longer. Please join us on Wednesday, January 26th at 6:00pm. To start the year on the right foot, we will be having officer elections as well as a presentation from Philip Chan on advanced curtain wall techniques (an AU presentation he did this past December for AU virtual).

Not your Everyday curtain wall system in Revit Architecture


Curtain wall systems are not just tools for the obvious curtain wall design, or even for creating storefronts; in this presentation, Phillip Chan will pick a few examples from his AU 2010 class and use curtain wall systems to go beyond the box and solve some of the most complex design problems.

When: Wednesday, January 26th, 2010

Time: 6:00pm – 7:30pm

Where: Morris Architects (Contact: Craig Uptmore)

1001 Fannin, Ste 300

Houston, 77002

PH: 713.622.1180 

Email dlien@tcadsys.com to reserve your seat. Please RSVP no later than Close of Business on Tuesday, January 25th so that we will have an accurate headcount.

Total CAD will be providing pizza and refreshments.

Bring your questions, answers and solutions to the table to discuss and resolve or forward relevant topics for future meetings to dlien@tcadsys.com or visit us at hrug.wordpress.com.

The Houston Area Revit User Group typically meets on the fourth Wednesday of each month.  In order to make this a success this needs to be a group effort.  All topics, presentations, and discussions will be generated by the group, so come ready to discuss!

We welcome change of scenery!  If you would like to host a future meeting or have a topic of discussion, please send an email to dlien@tcadsys.com.


One Response to “January 2011 Meeting”

  1. Philip said

    To those of you who is interested for the January’s Presentation. You can go to the public link below to view the power point slideshow.


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