About David D. Driver
David Driver, lives in Ashland, Oregon provides consulting in CAD
standards and implementation of Autodesk Building Design products.
Driver, the Southern Oregon AIA special programs coordinator maintains
his Arizona architectural registration and is currently working through
the NCARB registration process.
An Autodesk Certified Instructor since 1997, Driver teaches intensive
short courses at many Autodesk Training Centers throughout the US. He
also has been a lecturer at numerous Autodesk University sessions.
Driver has worked as a consultant to the Autodesk Building Industry
Design courseware development team for AutoCAD Architecture, Revit and
Registrations, Certifications and Affiliations
1995 Professional Architectural Registration
1998 Autodesk Authorized Consultant
1999 Autodesk Certified Instructor
2007 Southern Oregon AIA Special Programs Chairperson
Co-Author: Designing Mechanical Systems with Autodesk Building Systems 2003 Thompson/Delmar/Autodesk Press.
Contributing Editor CDV Revit Courseware series
Technical Publications Subject Matter Expert:
Autodesk Revit Educational Courseware (R7-R2008)
Autodesk Revit Sustainable Design Courseware R2008
Fundamentals Courseware Student Guide: Autodesk Courseware Building Systems Release 1 Mechanical
Fundamentals Courseware Student Guide: Autodesk Courseware Building Systems Release 1 Electrical
Autodesk Architectural Desktop 3.3 Autodesk Learning Assistant
Autodesk Official Courseware Architectural Desktop 2.0
Architectural Desktop Catalogs for CAD Connoisseurs
Catching Up! Architectural Desktop Update 2004-2007
Lost in Space: Space Object and Styles with AutoCAD Architecture
Building Information Modeling with Architectural Desktop
Building Information Modeling with Autodesk Revit
All In the Family I: Revit Family Basics
All in the Family II: Revit Family Beyond the Basics
Revit’s Secret Gardens: Making the most of the Accurender Plant Generator in Autodesk Revit