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Autodesk Revit Architecture Professional

In this course we will show you how to take a preliminary model and add layers of intelligence to help analyze and augment your designs. We’ll show you how to create robust and accurate documentation, and then we’ll ... Show More
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This course is for architects and designers who have had some exposure to Revit and are eager to learn more. I... Show More
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Attend training in a classroom environment at a campus near you. Instructor-led training is still the number one delivery method of choice because it allows you to interact and discuss the training material, either individually or in a group setting, and you gain access to expert knowledge from certified instructors. This form of guided learning is impactful and produces positive learning outcomes. Day, evening and Saturday classes are offered.

Duration
8 Days

Course Content

Part 1 Fundamentals

Understanding the Principles of BIM

  • The Fundamentals of a BIM Approach
  • The Management People Inside a BIM Project Team
  • Establishing a BIM Execution Plan
  • Optimizing BIM Processes
  • Identifying and Planning BIM Uses
  • Integrating Tools Inside a BIM Workflow
  • What Is Revit?

Exploring the UI and Organizing Projects

  • Understanding the User Interface
  • Defining Project Organization

The Basics of the Toolbox

  • Selecting, Modifying, and Replacing Elements
  • Editing Elements Interactively
  • Exploring Other Editing Tools
  • Sharing Models with the Cloud
  • Modeling Site Context

Configuring Templates and Standards

  • Introducing Project Templates
  • Customizing Project Settings for Graphic Quality
  • Increasing Efficient View Management
  • Creating Custom Annotations
  • Starting a Project with a Custom Template
  • Strategies for Managing Templates

 

Part 2 Collaboration and Teamwork

Collaborating with a Team

  • Understanding Worksharing Basics
  • Enabling Worksharing on Your Project
  • Organizing Worksets
  • Managing Workflow with Worksets
  • Understanding Element Ownership in Worksets
  • Collaborating in the Cloud

Working with Consultants

  • Preparing for Collaboration
  • Managing the Coordination Process
  • Using Linked Models in Revit
  • Using the Coordination Tools

Interoperability: Working Multiplatform

  • Examining Interoperability on a BIM Curve
  • Inserting CAD Data
  • Using Inserted 2D Data
  • Using Inserted 3D Data
  • Working with Other Data Types
  • Exporting CAD Data
  • Exporting 2D CAD Data
  • Exporting 3D Model Data

Managing Revit Projects

  • Understanding the Importance of Managing Revit Projects
  • Understanding What’s Needed in a QA/QC Program

 

Part 3 Modeling and Massing for Design

Advanced Modeling and Massing

  • The Massing User Interface and Functionality
  • Using Free-Form Building Massing
  • Creating Formula-Driven Massing

Conceptual Design

  • Getting Started with Dynamo
  • Connecting Nodes Makes Data Flow
  • Using Visual Programming
  • Additional Dynamo Tools
  • Getting Started with FormIt
  • Advanced Modeling in FormIt

Working with Phasing, Groups, and Design Options

  • Using Phasing
  • Creating and Using Groups
  • Making Design Options for Design Iteration
  • Combining Phasing, Groups, and Design Options

Visualization

  • Explaining the Role of Visualization
  • Understanding View Controls
  • Understanding Analytic Visualization
  • Understanding Photorealistic Visualization
  • The Future of Visualization: Virtual Reality

 

Part 4 Extended Modeling Techniques

Creating Walls and Curtain Walls

  • Using Extended Modeling Techniques for Basic Walls
  • Creating Stacked Walls
  • Creating Simple Curtain Walls
  • Creating Complex Curtain Walls

Modeling Floors, Ceilings, and Roofs

  • Understanding Floor Types
  • Sketching for Floors, Ceilings, and Roofs
  • Modeling Slab Edges
  • Modeling Floor Finishes
  • Creating Ceilings
  • Understanding Roof Modeling Methods
  • Using Advanced Shape Editing with Floors and Roofs

Designing with the Family Editor

  • Getting Started with a Family
  • Developing the Framework for a Family Component
  • Modeling Techniques in the Family Editor
  • Troubleshooting Techniques

Creating Stairs and Railings

  • Designing Stairs and Railings
  • Reviewing the Key Components of Stairs and Railings
  • Creating Stairs
  • Annotating Stairs
  • Creating Railings
  • Using the Railing Tool for Other Objects

 

Part 5 Documentation

Detailing Your Design

  • Creating Details
  • Detailing Tools
  • Adding Detail Components to Families
  • Reusing Details from Other Files

Documenting Your Design

  • Documenting Plans
  • Creating Schedules and Legends
  • Laying Out Sheets

Annotating Your Design

  • Annotating with Text and Keynotes
  • Annotating with Tags
  • Adding Dimensions
  • Annotating with Project and Shared Parameters

 

Part 6 Fundamentals

Working in the Construction Phase

  • Using Revisions in Your Project
  • Using Digital Markups
  • Modeling for Construction

Presenting Your Design

  • Understanding Color Fill Legends
  • Presenting with 3D Views
  • Editing Viewport Types
  • Creating “Exploded” Axonometric Views

Design Analysis

  • Analyzing for Sustainability
  • Using the Conceptual Energy Analysis Tool
  • Understanding Lighting Analysis
CTU Training Solutions , Updated: March 19th, 2018

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