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Autodesk Revit® Architecture - Essential training

Industry: Architecture

Course length: 3 days

Prerequisite:

No AutoCAD experience is required. A basic knowledge of the Microsoft Windows environment is recommended.

Topics covered:

  • BIM (Building Information Modeling)
    • Introduction to BIM
  • The basis
    • Revit Architectural
      • User interface
        • Usual language for users
      • Working with Revit elements and Revit families
    • Visualization of architectural model
      • Views management
      • Visibility graphics
      • Creating elevations and sections views
      • Working with 3D view
    • Beginning a new project
      • Beginning a new project
      • Working with level
      • Creating topography and site (Introduction)
  • Base building and exterior elements
    • Grid, wall and column
      • Creating grid lines
      • Structural and/or architectural columns
      • Creating openings (Shafts, wall opening, etc.)
    • Floors
      • Creating floors
    • Roofs
      • Creating roofs
      • Creating canopies
    • Exterior elements
      • Creating exterior walls
        • Basics walls
        • Stacked walls
      • Creating curtain walls
      • Creating doors and windows
    • Foundations
      • Creating foundations
  • Interior elements
    • Other building components
      • Client program
      • Room’s creation
      • Creating interior walls
      • Creating ceilings
      • Creating doors and glass panels
      • Creating stairs, ramps and railings
      • Adding furniture, equipment, etc.
        • Loading families
  • Annotations and schedules
    • Adding annotations
    • Dimensions, symbols and text
    • Using legends
  • Validation and data extraction
    • Schedules
      • Creating and modifying the schedules
  • Sections and details
    • Creating sections and detail views
      • Creating section views
      • Creating detail lines, groups and assemblies
      • Importing typical DWG details
      • Adding detail components
  • Documentation
    • Creating a drawing sets
      • Placing Title blocks and views on sheets
      • Print settings
    • Creating DWG with the Revit file
  • Site
    • Modeling site (using a Toposurface)
      • Creating a building pad
  • Phasing
    • Using phasing
      • View phases
        • Existing
        • New
        • Demolition
  • Central vs Local (Worksharing)
    • Creating a central file
    • Adding Worksets
  • Not included
    • Conceptual design
      • Massing
      • Energy analysis
      • Renderings
    • Template setup
    • Options
    • Shared parameters
    • Creating and editing the families
    • Estimation
    • Construction modeling
    • Management of change order and professional coordination
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