Autodesk Revit Architecture Training

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Autodesk Revit Architecture training prepares you to take advantage of the state-of-the-art designing technology. The aspirants will learn the sophisticated functionality of the software and the skills to utilize it according to the project requirement. Working on diversified projects will build the proficiency in the candidates to deliver high-quality designs and construction related documents using Revchitecture. The training curriculum of Revit Architecture is divided into two parts: Essential and Advance.

Autodesk Revit Architecture Essential module focuses on the concepts of Building Information Modeling (BIM), providing details to the designs, and documenting the work using Revit Architecture.

Autodesk Revit Architecture Advanced module explains the advance techniques used for importing/exporting.linking the files, creating conceptual designs, and establish work sharing between the peers.

On the completion of the training, the individuals will inculcate the following skills:

  • List the benefits of BIM
  • Understand the basics of building model including grids, floor, walls, doors, windows, stairs, railings, and ramps
  • Create and modify 3D views, constraints, and component families
  • Provide documentation with the designs
  • Create renderings with basic and advance features
  • Import, export, and link the project files
  • Create advanced components including parametric families, nested families, and other component groups
  • Sharing project details and files between multiple users
Target audience
  • Architects
  • Engineers
  • Project managers
  • Contractors
  • Interior designers
  • Architectural professionals
  • Engineering students
Prerequisites

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.

Autodesk Revit Architecture Essential

Building Information Modeling

  • Building Information Modeling for Architectural Design

Revit Architecture Basics

  • Exploring the User Interface
  • Working with Revit Elements and Families
  • Starting a Project
  • Importing CAD Data
  • Fundamental of Massing Studies
  • Creating / Modifying Topographic surface

Basics of the Building Model

  • Creating and Modifying Levels
  • Creating and Modifying Grids
  • Adding Columns
  • Creating a Basic Floor Plan
  • Adding and Modifying Walls
  • Working with Compound Walls
  • Using Editing Tools
  • Adding and Modifying Doors
  • Adding and Modifying Windows

Viewing the Building Model

  • Managing Views
  • Controlling Object Visibility
  • Working with Section and Elevation Views
  • Creating and Modifying 3D Views

Using Dimensions and Constraints

  • Working with Dimensions
  • Applying and Removing Constraints

Developing the Building Model

  • Creating and Modifying Floors
  • Working with Ceilings
  • Creating Openings
  • Adding and Modifying Roofs
  • Creating / Editing Curtain Walls
  • Adding Stairs, Railings and Ramps

Working with Families

  • Understanding Family Editor
  • Creating / Editing Family Component
  • Working with Component Families

Detailing Your Design

  • Creating Callout Views
  • Working with Text and Tags
  • Working with Detail Views
  • Working with Drafting Views

Documenting / Annotating Your Design

  • Creating and Modifying Schedules
  • Creating Rooms / Area Tags and Schedules
  • Creating Legends and Keynotes

Presenting the Building Model

  • Working with Drawing Sheets
  • Working with Titleblocks
  • Managing Revisions
  • Creating Renderings
  • Using Walkthroughs
  • Using Sun and Shadow Settings
  • Creating DWF files

Autodesk Revit Architecture Advanced

Importing and Exporting Files

  • Importing and Using External Files
  • Exporting to External Files

Linking Files

  • Working with Revit Architecture Linked Files
  • Monitor and Coordinate Linked Projects

Conceptual Design

  • Working with Mass Shapes Converting Mass
  • Shapes to Building Components

Creating Advanced Components

  • Creating and Using In-Place Families
  • Creating and Modifying Parametric Families
  • Creating Nested Families
  • Working with Component Groups

Design and Analysis

  • Designing in Phases
  • Using Design Options
  • Checking and Fixing Interference Conditions

Revit Architecture Worksharing

  • Managing Project Sharing with Worksets
  • Managing Worksets and Multiple Users

Working with Professionals

  • Working with a Civil Engineer on Site Design
  • Working with a Structural Engineer

Advanced Rendering

  • Creating Realistic Presentations
  • Creating Rendered Interior Scenes

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