Revit 2 - Design and Modeling Architecture/Structure
Duration: 30 hours
Teaching Methodology: Hands-on
Architects and structure engineers share many common design tools. This course addresses their way of designing and modeling building elements. It starts with sites, conceptual designs, families, structural elements, and then proceeds to architectural details such as walls, curtain walls, roofs, slabs, floors, ramps, railings, stairs, and finally rendering.
The Autodesk® Revit® software comes with an extensive library. Still, building designers require customization techniques to create new elements. In this course, they will also learn how to create new architectural and structural families.
Structure engineers will learn how to create formworks in addition to the above topics. It they wish to use Revit to create steel designs, add rebars, and reinforcements, we suggest they enroll in the course Revit 4 - Steel Rebar and Reinforcements.
- Starting the Implementation Project
- Using Masses to Create Conceptual Designs
- Tracking Site Coverage and Developing Concepts
- Columns, Beams, Foundations, Braces, and Trusses
- Drawing Structural Formworks
- Walls and Curtain Walls
- Slabs, Floors, Ramps, Ceilings, and Roofs
- Railings and Stairs
- Rooms and Areas
Architects, Structure Engineers, and draftsmen.
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