REVIT ARCHITECTURE


GLOBAL INFOTECH has a pioneer name in Revit architecture training and our purpose is to give you the complete set of knowledge. Revit Architecture is design for Architects, Civil Engineers, Draftsmen and Interior Designers to design and Documents a building by Creating a parametric three Dimensional model that includes both geometry and non-geometry design and construction information which is also known as building information modeling (BIM).

  • THE FUNDAMENTAL BENEFITS OF BIM OVERVIEW

    These Revit Architecture courses is a BIM Software that will help you master Revit tools and Techniques to create 3D Models of building and Visualizations that both Beautiful and accurate.

    Revit Parametric modeling is a significant tools for conceptual design with Revit Software, Architectural Designers can quickly sketch a rough layout of the floor plan, or make changes to the standard set of building designs and instantly let their customers preview their future home.3D Design views give designers to try out different design ideas and guide their design decisions at early stage.

  • 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 buildings life cycle from concept to construction and later demolition.

  • HIGH QUALITY CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS

    3D modeling is capacity of Revit Architecture enable designers and drafters to easily identify the clashes and areas of congestion and resolve then early in the process.

  • INTRODUCTION

    • Introducing Building information modeling (BIM)
    • Core Concepts
    • Guidelines for using the user interface
    • Working with a project
    • Navigation between views
    • Working in one model with many views
    • Understanding Revit elements hierarchy
    • Purpose & Benefits of BIM
    • Fundamental of Revit software
    • Introduction to Building Services- Architecture, Structure, MEP
    • Work Flow chart of Building Services
  • GETTING COMFORTABLE WITH THE REVIT ENVIRONMENT

    • Understanding the different versions of Revit
    • Understanding the Context ribbons
    • Exploring the Application menu
    • Using the properties palate
    • Navigating views: Zooming, Panning
    • The Basics of selecting and modifying
  • STARTING PROJECT

    • Creating a new project from a template
    • Accessing a multi-user project with work sharing
    • Configuring project setting
    • Creating Levels
    • Adding levels
    • Modifying levels
    • Adding grids
    • Modifying grids
    • Refining a layout with temporary dimensional
  • MODELING BASIC

    • Adding walls
    • Using snaps
    • Exploring walls properties and types
    • Creating wall elements type
    • Wall shapes & Opening
    • Locating walls
    • Using the modify tools
    • Adding doors and windows
    • Using constrain
  • LINKS, IMPORTS, AND GROUPS

    • Linking AutoCAD DWG files
    • Creating topography from a DWG link
    • Understanding CAD inserts
    • Creating a group
    • Creating Revit links
    • Rotating and aligning a Revit
    • Managing links
    • Adding walls
    • Using snaps
  • SKETCH-BASED MODELING COMPONENTS

    • Working with floors
    • Working with footprint roofs
    • Working with extrusion roofs
    • Attaching walls to roofs
    • Attaching walls to roofs
    • Adding openings
    • Working with stairs
    • Adding railings to stairs
    • Adding railings to stairs
  • VISIBILITY AND GRAPHIC CONTROLS

    • Working with visibility and graphic overrides
    • Using view templates
    • Hiding and isolating objects in a model
    • Understanding view range
  • SCHEDULES AND TAGS

    • Understanding tags
    • Adding schedule views
    • Modifying schedule views
    • Creating a key schedule
  • ANNOTATION AND DETAILS

    • Adding text
    • Adding dimensions
    • Adding symbols
    • Adding legend views
    • Creating a detail callout
    • Using arrays to duplicate objects parametrically
    • Adding filled and masking regions
  • BASIC EDITING TOOLS

    • Basic Editing Tools
    • Using Filter
    • Use Of The TAB Key
    • Moving And Copying
    • Copy And Paste
    • Copy And Paste
    • Mirror
    • Linear Arrays
    • Radial Arrays
    • Extend And Trim
    • The Align tool
    • Offset
    • Re-Hosting Elements
  • VIEWS

    • Controlling Visibility
    • Initial Plan Views
    • View Duplication
    • Elevations
    • Sections
    • Creating Callouts
    • Ceiling Plans
    • Section Box
    • Scope Box
  • THE BASICS OF FAMILIES

    • Understanding families
    • Creating a new family from a template
    • Using reference planes, parameters, and constraints
    • Adding solid geometry
    • Cutting holes using void geometry
    • Adding blends
    • Completing the family
  • SHEETS, PLOTTING, AND PUBLISHING

    • Adding sheets
    • Outputting sheets to a DWF file
    • Exporting to AutoCAD
    • Plotting and creating a PDF