Revit Architecture 2013: The Complete Guide
Built for Building Information Modeling (BIM), Autodesk® Revit® Architecture software helps you capture and analyze your most innovative design concepts and maintain your vision through documentation. The information-rich models that the software provides support decision-making for sustainable design, clash detection, construction planning, and fabrication, while helping you work collaboratively with engineers, contractors, and owners. All design changes along the way are automatically updated throughout your evolving design and documentation, making for more coordinated processes and reliable documentation.
Revit Architecture 2013: The Complete Guide is designed to give you a solid understanding of Revit Architecture 2013 features and capabilities from the basics through to advanced components. Every course is designed to use all learning styles from text, audio, video, interactivity, quizzes and practical “Let Me Try” examples.
To get the most out of this course, we strongly recommend you review every topic within the course, and use all the learning styles to ensure you retain the important information within. We also encourage you to take all the progress tests to ensure you have retained the knowledge, and most importantly practice with the hundreds of real world, Let Me Try examples.
Autodesk Revit Architecture 2013: The Complete Guide Learning Objectives
Introducing Revit and the User Interface
Walls and Curtain Walls
Floors, Roofs, and Ceilings
Stairs, Ramps, and Railings
Groups and Phasing
Rooms and Color Fill Plans
Details and Annotations
Creating Drawing Sets
Workflow and Other Revit Essentials
Tips, Tricks, and Troubleshooting
You don’t need any previous experience with Revit to take this course; however, it does assume a reasonable level of experience with the Windows operating system on your part. And, while not absolutely necessary, some experience with other CAD software is helpful.
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Last updated or reviewed on 9/2/11