My name is Håvard Vasshaug and I’m a Design Technologist at Snøhetta and run my own consulting business. I have a passion for the way digital 3D allows my imagination to play, and work out this passion using Revit, Rhino, Dynamo and Grasshopper. I also enjoy sharing knowledge, and often feel I’m in my element when I’m teaching.

I operate worldwide with anything that relates to this from my base in Oslo, Norway. If you’re interested in learning about BIM and visual programming, please do not hesitate to contact me!

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  1. Milos

    Hi Michael,
    I just mentioned your blog and your AU documentation on reinforcement on my Slovenian blog. I hope you don’t mind if I post also two of your pictures of reinforcement. If so, please respond, and I’ll remove them.
    Greetings from Slovenia,

  2. Michael W. Sullivan, CTech

    Hey there,
    I was impressed with your post on Post-Tensioning, a well thought out approach. Can the ‘ups’ and ‘downs’ be tagged or given spot elevations on the structural plans? BTW, Ben Osborne was part of the Alpha testing Gunslinger group I attended last October, he also had some good thoughts on revit structural solutions.

    1. Håvard Vasshaug Post author

      Thanks Michael!

      Yes the bars can be tagged with spot elevations. I haven’t gone into detail yet and don’t know if every part of every surface is tagged, but I see that points are very easily identified by the Spot Elevation tool. That should open up some flexibility.

      It seems both Ben and me have been to three Gunslingers, but never to the same one. Perhaps Autodesk is afraid of what that might lead to hehe 🙂


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