Revit Structure Training

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Revit Structure Fundamentals

Training Course Description

This Autodesk Revit Structure Fundamentals training course has been designed to teach the concepts and principles from building design through construction documentation using Autodesk Revit Structure. The course is intended to familiarise delegates with the tools necessary to create, modify, and document a parametric Revit model.

Training Course Objectives

  • Introduction to Autodesk Revit Structure

    – Building Information Modelling
    – Overview of the Interface
    – Standard Terminology
    – Starting Projects
    – Viewing Commands

  • Setting up Levels and Grids

    – Setting Up Levels
    – Creating Structural Grids

  • Starting Structural Projects

    – Importing and Linking CAD Drawings
    – Linking in Architectural Projects
    – Copying and Monitoring Elements

  • Adding Foundations and Structural Slabs

    – Creating Wall Footings
    – Isolated Footings
    – Piers and Pilasters
    – Creating Structural Slabs

  • Beams and Framing Systems

    – Adding Beams and Beam Systems
    – Modifying Beams
    – Framing Annotation
    – Adding Bracing

  • Construction Documents

    – Setting Up Sheets
    – Placing and Modifying Views on Sheets
    – Revision Tracking
    – Printing Sheets

  • Detailing

    – Setting Up Detail Views
    – Creating Details
    – Annotating Details
    – Patterning

  • Basic Drawing and Editing Tools

    – General Drawing Tools
    – Editing Elements
    – Basic Modifying Tools
    – Helpful Editing Tools

  • Working with Views

    – Duplicating Views
    – Adding Callout Views
    – Setting the View Display
    – Elevations and Sections

  • Adding Columns and Walls

    – Placing Vertical Structural Columns
    – Placing Slanted Structural Columns
    – Drawing Walls
    – Modifying Walls

  • Structural Reinforcement

    – Structural Reinforcement
    – Adding Rebar
    – Modifying Rebar Placement
    – Reinforcing Walls, Floors, and Slabs

  • Projects – Steel and Concrete Structures

    – Steel Structure – Additional Practices
    – Concrete Structure – Additional Practices

  • Annotating Construction Documents

    – Working with Dimensions
    – Working With Text
    – Adding Detail Lines and Symbols
    – Creating Legends

  • Scheduling

    – Structural Schedules
    – Graphical Column Schedules
    – Working with Schedules
    – Creating Schedules
    – Modifying Schedules

Prerequisites:

  • It is highly recommended that delegates have experience and knowledge in structural design and its terminology. Familiarisation with the basic use of a PC running Microsoft Windows is also necessary.
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