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CEII MEP (Revit)

CEII MEP (Revit) Duration:32 hours
Instructor: T.W. Kwok
Award:Certificate of Completion CEII MEP (Revit)
Cost:$10550

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 Building Services Discipline – from the very fundamental of setting up of MEP elements including ducts, pipes, fittings, equipment’s, wiring, cable trays, etc very much sophisticated family (component) building.

The course focus on the collaboration of other project team disciplines like architects structural engineers; producing collaborative design, and more importantly the production of professional drawings production as delivery. The course leads to the integration of BIM to the discipline specific building services design.

 

  • 1. Starting a Revit Project
    • 1.1 Starting a project using Revit templates
    • 1.2 Touring the user interface
    • 1.3 Linking other models
    • 1.4 Copying levels and setting up monitoring
    • 1.5 Creating floor plans
    • 1.6 Viewing the models
  • 2. Revit Electrical
    • 2.1 Adding receptacles
    • 2.2 Adding panels
    • 2.3 Creating spaces
    • 2.4 Creating a circuit
    • 2.5 Adding lighting fixtures
    • 2.6 Adding switches
    • 2.7 Creating a lighting circuit
    • 2.8 Creating a switching circuit
    • 2.9 Creating and labeling a wiring plan
    • 2.10 Adding conduit
    • 2.11 Creating conduit types
    • 2.12 Adding cable tray
    • 2.13 Challenge: Electrical
    • 2.14 Solution: Electrical
  • 3. Revit Mechanical
    • 3.1 Starting a mechanical project
    • 3.2 Adding mechanical equipment
    • 3.3 Adding air terminals
    • 3.4 Adding supply duct
    • 3.5 Adding return duct
    • 3.6 Adding duct accessories and fittings
    • 3.7 Sizing duct
    • 3.8 Tagging duct
    • 3.9 Adding zones and heating and cooling loads
    • 3.10 Challenge: Mechanical
    • 3.11 Solution: Mechanical
  • 4. Revit Plumbing
    • 4.1 Creating a plumbing view
    • 4.2 Adding fixtures and domestic supply piping
    • 4.3 Adding sanitary sloped piping
    • 4.4 Adding equipment
    • 4.5 Adding more piping
    • 4.6 Creating a system
    • 4.7 Adding pipe accessories
    • 4.8 Tagging items
    • 4.9 Looking at the System Browser
  • 5. Revit Fire Protection
    • 5.1 Creating a sprinkler view
    • 5.2 Adding sprinklers
    • 5.3 Creating sprinkler pipe types
    • 5.4 Modeling mains
    • 5.5 Modeling branch lines
    • 5.6 Adding pipe accessories
    • 5.7 Tagging items
    • 5.8 Adding specialty items
    • 5.9 Creating a fire alarm circuit
    • 5.10 Adding fire alarm devices
  • 6. Revit Workflow
    • 6.1 Creating detail views
    • 6.2 Importing CAD
    • 6.3 Importing details
    • 6.4 Creating sheets
    • 6.5 Printing sheets
    • 6.6 Creating schedules
    • 6.7 Using phasing
    • 6.8 Working with text
    • 6.9 Working with dimensions
    • 6.10 Looking at mechanical settings
    • 6.11 Simple Modify techniques
    • 6.12 Making and controlling revisions
  • 7. Project Delivery
    • 7.1 Creating & Saving a Local Copy
    • 7.2 Working with a Central File
    • 7.3 Model Maintenance
    • 7.4 Dealing with a Corrupt Central Model
    • 7.5 Restoring a Backup
    • 7.6 One Way of Showing Work as “Future”
    • 7.7 Copying Model Elements to Clipboard
    • 7.8 Working with Model Groups
    • 7.9 Using Detail Groups
    • 7.10 Filling Out Title Blocks & Title Tags
    • 7.11 Revision Bubbles and Deltas
    • 7.12 Publishing a Sheet Set