Learn Revit from Practicing Professionals
75% of architects use Revit for their projects. Expand your resume. Join the professionals who use Revit daily, on almost every project!
- Classes are Hands-On, Real-World, Project-Based & Instructor-Led.
- VDCI has been teaching A/E/C Professionals since 1997.
- Earn your Revit Certificate & Digital Badge.
Next Class Session Begins: Friday, August 21st, 2020
Start at the beginning and learn how information is inter-related throughout the Revit (BIM) model. You will design 3D building models that simultaneously document the project in schedules and in 2D construction documents.
Learn more advanced methods to document a project. Topics include scheduling building components, using the family editor to create 2D and 3D components, refining graphics, and create an abbreviated set of construction documents.
You will model an existing one-story commercial building (importing information from AutoCAD), then model a two-story expansion to that building and also model the project's site.
You will create construction documents for the commercial building and site created in BIM 301. You will create the sheet drawings and will add keynotes, detail drawings and schedules.
We will develop detail drawings for the commercial building which was modeled in BIM 301 & 302. Learn the two standard methods to create detail drawings, keynotes, import vector files, create a detail library and 3D detail views.
Learn many appropriate project management skills to collaborate with team members, streamline workflow, and manage a BIM Project to successfully meet the expectations of the project team.
In this Introduction to Revit MEP course, you will learn to design and model HVAC, mechanical, plumbing, piping and electrical systems. You will create a 3D model of the MEP systems, and learn proven workflow strategies.
You will create the Revit MEP construction documents for the HVAC, Mechanical, Plumbing and Electrical systems modeled in BIM 321. You will learn the relevant Revit MEP workflow strategies to create the CDs.
You will create and develop an accurate structural model of a real-world, four-story commercial project to learn about structural BIM modeling and to effectively integrate an interactive project with other disciplines.
Continue the structural project started in BIM 341. You will update the Revit Structure model, add annotations, set up detail sheets, create framing elevations and create a completed set of structural construction documents.