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This course is designed to teach you the Revit functionality as you would work with it in the design process. Begin by learning about the user interface and the Revit commands for design development, followed by those available for construction documentation. Who Should Attend
New users of Autodesk Revit.Description
Revit Architecture is a powerful Building Information Modeling (BIM) program that works the way Architects design. From Preliminary Design through Design Development, and into Construction Documents, the program streamlines the design process with a central 3D model. Changes made in one view update across all views and on the printable sheets.Since building projects themselves tend to be extremely complex, Revit Architecture is a necessarily a complex program. The objective of the course is to enable students to create full 3D architectural project models and set them up in working drawings. This training guide focuses on basic tools that the majority of users need to work with Revit Architecture Topics include:Understand the purpose of Building Information Management (BIM) and how it is applied in RevitUsing the Revit Architecture workspace and interfaceWorking with the basic drawing and editing tools in RevitCreating Levels and Grids as datum elements for the modelCreating a 3D building model with walls, curtain walls, windows, and doorsAdding floors and roofs to the building modelCreating standard and custom stairsDetailing Reflected Ceiling Plans with ceilings and lighting fixturesAdding component features, such as furniture and equipmentSetting up sheets for plotting with text, dimensions, details, tags, and schedules Creating details Prerequisites
an understanding of Architectural terminology is an asset.Class Outline
The topics covered will vary slightly with each class based upon the pace of the students. As an Autodesk Authorized Training Center, we adhere to the strict quality control procedures established by Autodesk to consistently deliver the highest caliber learning experience possible.Chapter 1: Building Information Modeling in Revit ArchitectureBuilding Information ModelingOverview of the Revit Architecture InterfaceRevit Architecture TerminologyStarting Revit ProjectsPracticeViewing CommandsPracticeChapter 2: Basic Drawing and Editing ToolsGeneral Drawing ToolsEditing Revit ElementsPracticeBasic Modifying ToolsPracticeChapter 3: Datum Elements - Levels and GridsSetting Up LevelsPracticeImporting CAD FilesCreating Structural GridsAdding ColumnsPracticeChapter 4: Drawing and Modifying WallsDrawing and Modifying WallsPracticeHelpful Editing ToolsPracticeChapter 5: Doors and WindowsAdding Doors and WindowsLoading Door and Window Types from the LibraryCreating Additional Door and Window SizesPracticeChapter 6: Curtain WallsCreating Curtain WallsAdding Curtain GridsWorking with Curtain Wall PanelsAttaching Mullions to Curtain GridsPracticeChapter 7: Creating ViewsDuplicating ViewsAdding Callout ViewsSetting the View DisplayPracticeCreating ElevationsCreating SectionsPracticeChapter 8: FloorsCreating FloorsCreating Shaft OpeningsCreating Sloped FloorsPracticeChapter 9: ComponentsAdding ComponentsPracticeChapter 10: Reflected Ceiling PlansCreating CeilingsCeiling SoffitsAdding Ceiling FixturesPracticeChapter 11: RoofsCreating RoofsCreating Roofs by FootprintPracticeReference Planes and Work PlanesCreating Roofs by ExtrusionCleaning Up Wall and Roof IntersectionsPracticeChapter 12: Vertical CirculationCreating Standard and Custom StairsCreating RampsWorking with RailingsPracticeChapter 13: Construction DocumentsSetting Up SheetsPlacing and Modifying Views on SheetsPracticePrinting SheetsChapter 14: Annotating Construction DocumentsWorking with DimensionsPracticeWorking With TextAdding Detail Lines and SymbolsCreating LegendsPracticeChapter 15: Tags and SchedulesAdding TagsWorking with SchedulesPracticeChapter 16: Detailing in Revit ArchitectureSetting Up Detail ViewsCreating DetailsAnnotating DetailsKeynoting and Keynote LegendsPatterningPractice Validate your product knowledge by gettingAutodesk Certifiedwhen you take a certification exam.
This class meets the requirements of the American Institute of Architects for non-HSW Learning Units Hours. Additionally, some state licensing boards and other professional societies may recognize training from an Autodesk ATC as valid continuing education credits. Please check with your state licensing board or professional association. *If you have 4 or more students for this course and/or want to have the class held at your location, refer to Custom & On-Site Training. Published class dates are subject to change as circumstances warrant, call for confirmation of all class dates. Cancellations must be made within 10 working days of the scheduled course to qualify for a refund. “No-shows” or late cancellations will forfeit all tuition and fees. Enceptia reserves the right to reschedule or cancel scheduled courses, whereupon all fees will be refunded or applied to training at a later date. Enceptia is liable for course fees only
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