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CEII Architecture (Revit)

CEII Architecture (Revit) Duration:32 hours
Instructor: David Fung
Award:Certificate of Completion CEII Architecture (Revit)
Cost:$10550
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Minimum No. of students in Class: 8

 

Prerequisites

 

  • Delegates should previously attended a CEI Basic Revit course or have experience in using the basic Revit tools and functionality.

 

Course Content

 

This is the technical operation level of BIM (Revit) in the Architectural Discipline – from the very fundamental of setting up of an architectural project, to the very much sophisticated family (components) building.

The course goes through all of the common operational commands which results in establish an architectural BIM model ready to corporate with other disciplines models for design visualization, co-ordination, and more importantly the production of professional drawings production as delivery.

 

  • 1. Starting a Project
    • 1.1 Creating a new project from a template
    • 1.2 Accessing multiuser worksharing projects
    • 1.3 Configuring project settings
    • 1.4 Adding levels
    • 1.5 Adding grids
    • 1.6 Refining a layout with temporary dimensions
    • 1.7 Adding columns
  • 2. Modeling Basics
    • 2.1 Adding walls
    • 2.2 Using snaps
    • 2.3 Wall properties and types
    • 2.4 Locating walls
    • 2.5 Using the modify tools
    • 2.6 Adding doors and windows
    • 2.7 Using constraints
    • 2.8 Adding plumbing fixtures and other components
    • 2.9 Using Autodesk Seek
    • 2.10 Wall joins
  • 3. Links, Imports, and Groups
    • 3.1 Linking AutoCAD DWG files
    • 3.2 Creating topography from a DWG link
    • 3.3 Understanding CAD inserts
    • 3.4 Import tips
    • 3.5 Creating a group
    • 3.6 Mirroring groups to create a layout
    • 3.7 Creating Revit links
    • 3.8 Rotating and aligning a Revit link
    • 3.9 Establishing shared coordinates
    • 3.10 Understanding file formats
  • 4. Sketch-Based Modeling Components
    • 4.1 Working with floors
    • 4.2 Working with footprint roofs
    • 4.3 Working with ceilings
    • 4.4 Working with extrusion roofs
    • 4.5 Attaching walls to roofs
    • 4.6 Using the shape editing tools to create a flat roof
    • 4.7 Working with slope arrows
    • 4.8 Adding openings
  • 5. Stairs
    • 5.1 Working with stairs
    • 5.2 Adding railings to stairs
    • 5.3 Working with component-based stairs
    • 5.4 Adding extensions to railings
  • 6. Complex Walls
    • 6.1 Creating a custom basic wall type
    • 6.2 Understanding stacked walls
    • 6.3 Adding curtain walls
    • 6.4 Adding curtain grids, mullions, and panels
    • 6.5 Creating wall sweeps and reveals
    • 6.6 Model lines
  • 7. Visibility and Graphic Controls
    • 7.1 Using object styles
    • 7.2 Working with visibility and graphic overrides
    • 7.3 Using view templates
    • 7.4 Hiding and isolating objects in a model
    • 7.5 Understanding view range
    • 7.6 Displaying objects above and below in plan views
    • 7.7 Using the Linework tool
    • 7.8 Using cutaway views
  • 8. Rooms
    • 8.1 Adding rooms
    • 8.2 Controlling room numbering
    • 8.3 Understanding room bounding elements
  • 9. Schedules and Tags
    • 9.1 Understanding tags
    • 9.2 Adding schedule views
    • 9.3 Modifying schedule views
    • 9.4 Creating a key schedule
  • 10. Annotation and Details
    • 10.1 Adding text
    • 10.2 Adding dimensions
    • 10.3 Adding symbols
    • 10.4 Adding legend views
    • 10.5 Creating a detail callout
    • 10.6 Adding detail components
    • 10.7 Using arrays to duplicate objects parametrically
    • 10.8 Adding filled and masking regions
  • 11. The Basics of Families
    • 11.1 Understanding families
    • 11.2 Creating a new family from a template
    • 11.3 Using reference planes, parameters, and constraints
    • 11.4 Adding solid geometry
    • 11.5 Cutting holes using void geometry
    • 11.6 Adding blends
    • 11.7 Completing the family
  • 12. Sheets, Plotting, and Publishing
    • 12.1 Adding sheets
    • 12.2 Working with placeholder sheets
    • 12.3 Aligning views with a guide grid
    • 12.4 Outputting sheets to a DWF file
    • 12.5 Exporting to AutoCAD
    • 12.6 Plotting and creating a PDF
  • 13. Project Delivery
    • 13.1 Creating & Saving a Local Copy
    • 13.2 Working with a Central File
    • 13.3 Model Maintenance
    • 13.4 Dealing with a Corrupt Central Model
    • 13.5 Restoring a Backup
    • 13.6 One Way of Showing Work as “Future”
    • 13.7 Copying Model Elements to Clipboard
    • 13.8 Working with Model Groups
    • 13.9 Using Detail Groups
    • 13.10 Filling Out Title Blocks & Title Tags
    • 13.11 Revision Bubbles and Deltas
    • 13.12 Publishing a Sheet Set