Revit Structure

Revit Structure

Training Duration: 3 days

The Autodesk® Revit® software is a powerful Building Information Modeling (BIM) program that works the way architects think. The program streamlines the design process through the use of a central 3D model, where changes made in one view update across all views and on the printable sheets.

Course content:
  1. Understanding the interface
  2. Building Information modelling
  3. Standard Terminology
  4. Understanding Projects
  5. Creating New Projects
  6. Opening and Saving Projects
  7. Drawing tools and aids
  8. Working with elements
  9. Modifying and editing Elements
  10. Moving, copying and rotating Elements
  11. Linear and radial array
  12. Aligning Elements
  13. Splitting walls and lines
  14. Offsetting elements
  15. Extending and trimming
  16. Setting Up levels and grids
  17. Modifying Levels
  18. Creating Structural grids
  19. Adding Grids
  20. Working with views
  21. Duplicating views
  22. Adding Callouts
  23. Setting the view display
  24. Underlays
  25. View ranges
  26. Overriding graphics in a view
  27. Elevations and sections
  28. Starting a structural project
  29. Importing and linking a CAD drawing
  30. Modifying Imported or linked files
  31. Linking in architectural project
  32. Managing Links
  33. Copying and monitoring Elements
  34. Copy/Monitor options
  35. Adding Columns and walls
  36. Placing vertical Structural columns
  37. Modifying Columns
  38. Loading Structural column types
  39. Placing Slanted Structural columns
  40. Working in 3D views
  41. Working in elevations and sections
  42. Adding Foundations and structural slabs
  43. Creating wall footings
  44. Piers and Pilasters
  45. Modifying slabs
  46. Slab edges
  47. Creating shaft openings
  48. Structural reinforcing
  49. Adding rebar
  50. Rebar types
  51. Reinforcing walls, slabs and floors
  52. Area reinforcement
  53. Path reinforcement
  54. Beams and framing systems
  55. Slopping and offsetting beams
  56. Adding beam cantilevers
  57. Attaching columns to beams
  58. Editing beam joins
  59. Framing openings
  60. Beam annotation
  61. Adding bracing
  62. Creating groups
  63. Cross bracing settings
  64. Steel and concrete structures
  65. Construction documents
  66. Setting up sheets (titleblocks)
  67. Revision tracking
  68. Annotating construction drawings
  69. Working with dimensions
  70. Multi Rebar annotation
  71. Spell Check
  72. Working with text
  73. Adding detail lines and symbols
  74. Creating Legends
  75. Creating Schedules
  76. Creating graphical column schedules
  77. Importing and exporting schedules
  78. Building component schedules
  79. Material take-off schedules