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Revit Architecture/Structure, MEP Courses

Autodesk Revit is building information modeling software for architects, landscape architects, structural engineers, MEP engineers, designers and contractors developed by Autodesk. Autodesk Revit is rapidly developing into a powerful design platform worldwide. Stabicad for Revit is going along for the ride. The handy Stabicad features are a great addition to the standard Autodesk Revit functionality and provide great value in design efficiency and usable output. More importantly: Stabicad supports your workflow from concept to detail with the desired level of information at any time for the adviser, installation company and building manager. Stabicad for Revit is the best choice when your specification prescribes BIM, Autodesk Revit.Revit MEP is a single software application that aids a BIM (Building Information Modeling) workflow from theory to construction. It was created by Autodesk for professionals who engage in MEP (mechanical, electrical, and plumbing) engineering.

Course Content

1.Introduction to Revit
Building Information Modeling Interface
Navigation between Views
2.Basic Drawing and Editing
General Drawing Tools
Editing Revit Element
Basic Modifying Tools
3.Setting up Levels and Grids
Creating Levels
Importing CAD files
Creating Structural Grids
Adding Columns
4.Drawing and Modifying Walls
Creating Exterior Shell
Adding Interior Walls
5.Doors and Windows
Adding Doors and Windows
Loading Families
Creating Additional Part Sizes
6.Curtain Walls
Creating Curtain Walls
Adding Curtain Grids
Working with Curtain Wall Panels
Adding Mullions
7.Creating Views
Duplicating Views
Adding Callout Views
Creating Elevations
Creating Sections
8.Floors
Creating Floors
Shaft Openings
Sloped Floors
9.Components
Adding Components
10.Reflected Ceiling Plans
Creating Ceilings
Soffits
Adding Ceiling Fixtures
11.Roofs
Creating Roofs
Roofs by Footprint
Reference Planes and Work Planes
Roofs by Extrusion
12.Vertical Circulation
Adding Stairs
Creating Ramps
Working with Railings
13.Construction Documentation
Setting up Sheets
Placing and Modifying Views
Printing Sheets
14.Annotation
Working with Dimensions
Working with Text
Adding Detail Lines and Symbols
15.Tags and Schedules
Adding Tags
Rooms and Room Tags
Working with Schedules
Creating Legends
16.Detailing in Revit
Setting up Detail Views
Creating and Annotating Details
Keynoting and Keynote Legends
Patterning

Complete Course Charges (FEE) For Revit Architecture/Structure : 18000 PKR .

Complete Course Charges (FEE) For Revit MEP : 25000 PKR .

Revit Architecture/Structure Course in Islamabad, Pakistan.Revit MEP Course in Islamabad, Pakistan.

Contact Us For Registration : +92-336-3333792 , 051-8314594

 

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5 comments

  1. Revit vs. AutoCAD. … The main difference is that AutoCAD is primarily a drafting tool to create basic geometry that represents real life, while Revit is used to create geometry that is equipped with real-life information, hence the term building information modelling, or BIM

  2. Autodesk Revit Architecture is a robust architectural design and documentation software application created by Autodesk for architects and building professionals. The tools and features that make up Revit Architecture are specifically designed to support building information modeling (BIM) workflows.

  3. Revit is a single application built for Building Information Modeling with features for architectural design, MEP (mechanical, electrical and plumbing) and structural engineering and construction. Revit is not BIM. Revit is built for BIM. … The key word in BIM is “Information”.

  4. Revit MEP is a single software application that aids a BIM (Building Information Modeling) workflow from theory to construction. It was created by Autodesk for professionals who engage in MEP (mechanical, electrical, and plumbing) engineering.

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