Revit Architecture

Overview

Whether you’re looking for a career in architectural arena or working in a reputed construction company, everyone needs to keep up with hottest technologies in designing industry. These Revit Architecture courses is a BIM software that will help you master Revit tools and techniques to create 3D models of building’s components, its interior/exteriors designs and visualizations that both beautiful and accurate.

Course Objective

The primary objective of this course is to enable architects, structural engineers, electrical and mechanical engineers and contractors to easily and accurately plan and track various stages in the building’s lifecycle, from concept to construction and later demolition.

Pre-requisite

While there is no previous CAD experience required for this training, however, working knowledge of architectural design, drafting and other engineering experience will be highly recommended.

What’s in it for me?

You will gain prominent knowledge of newest designing skills and technologies and BIM software. After completion of course, you will become eligible to apply jobs in overseas construction companies because you will be provided with Autodesk certification that is recognizable all across the world.

CURRICULUM

Section 1: Introduction to Revit
    • • Building Information Modelling
    • • Interface
    • • Working with a Project
    • • Navigation between Views
Section 2: Basic Drawing and Editing
    • • General Drawing Tools
    • • Editing Revit Elements
    • • Basic Modifying Tools
Section 3: Setting Up Levels and Grid
    • • Creating Levels
    • • Importing CAD files
    • • Creating Structural Grids
    • • Adding Columns
Section 4: Drawing and Modifying Walls
    • • Creating Exterior Shell
    • • Adding Interior Walls
Section 5: Doors and Windows
    • • Adding Doors and Windows
    • • Loading Families
    • • Creating Additional Part Sizes
Section 6: Curtain Walls
    • • Creating Curtain Walls
    • • Adding Curtain Grids
    • • Working with Curtain Wall Panels
    • • Adding Mullions
Section 7: Creating Views
    • • Duplicating Views
    • • Adding Callout Views
    • • Creating Elevations
    • • Creating Sections
Section 8: Floors
    • • Creating Floors
    • • Shaft Openings
    • • Sloped Floors
Section 9: Components
    • • Adding Components Extrusion, Sweep, Revolve, Void Extrusion, Void Sweep & Void Revolve
Section 10: Reflected Ceiling Plans
    • • Creating Ceilings
    • • Soffits
    • • Adding Ceiling Fixtures
Section 11: Roofs
    • • Creating Roofs
    • • Roofs by Footprint
    • • Reference Planes and Work Planes
    • • Roofs by Extrusion
    • • Roof Fasia
    • • Roof Sofit
Section 12: Vertical Circulation
    • • Adding Stairs
    • • Creating Ramps
    • • Working with Railings
Section 13: Shafts and Opening
    • • Shaft
    • • Dormer Opening
    • • Wall Opening
Section 14: Construction Documentation
    • • Setting up Sheets
    • • Placing and Modifying Views
    • • Printing Sheets
Section 15: Annotation
    • • Working with Dimensions
    • • Working with Text
    • • Adding Detail Lines and Symbols
Section 16: Tags and Schedules
    • • Adding Tags
    • • Rooms and Room Tags
    • • Working with Schedules
    • • Creating Legends
Section 17: Detailing in Revit
    • • Setting up Detail Views
    • • Creating and Annotating Details
    • • Keynoting and Keynote Legends
    • • Patterning
Section 18: Groups and Links
    • • Using Groups
    • • Linking Revit Files
    • • Links and Groups
    • • Visibility and Graphic Overrides in Linked Views
    • • Interference Checking
Section 19: Importing and Exporting
    • • Importing Vector Files
    • • Working with Imported Files
    • • Importing Raster Image Files
    • • Exporting Files
Section 20: Material
    • • Assigning Material Material
    • • Creating New Material
Section 21: Rendering
    • • Basic Rendering
    • • Working with Lighting
    • • Enhancing Renderings
Section 22: Family Concepts and Techniques
    • • Introduction to Families
    • • Creating Parametric Dimensions
    • • Creating Family Elements
    • • Creating Family Types
    • • Adding Family Parameters
    • • Visibility Display Settings
Section 23: Creating Specific Families
    • • Creating Custom Doors and Windows
    • • Creating In-Place Families
    • • Creating Profiles
    • • Creating Angled Cornices and Copings
    • • Creating Custom Railings
    • • Adding Custom Posts
    • • Creating Annotation Families
    • • Working with Shared Parameters
Section 24: PLOTTING
    • • Plotting Sheets
    • • Creating PDF
Section 25: Putting it all together – Creating a project from scratch
    • • Two Days of hands-on practice with emphasis on your companies and project types. Work will be done on the various aspects of a “typical” project for your office.
  • Duration: 80 Hours
  • Certificates: Yes
  • Section: 24