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Revit 2009 Architecture Intermediate

Construction

Future Media Concepts
Course Objectives
Revit Architecture is a powerful Building Information Modeling (BIM) program that works the way Architects think. The name a Revita implies this ease of revision that is at the heart of the software. Since building projects themselves tend to be extremely complex, Revit Architecture is a necessarily complex program.
This 2009 training guide has a significantly different layout than previous Revit Architecture Intermediate books. The content of the guide has been re-arranged and is now divided into three sections: Collaboration Tools (including linking, importing and exporting, and worksets), Advanced Design Development (including curtain walls, and site and structural design) and Advanced Construction Documents (including detailing, schedules, keynotes and advanced view setup).
The objective of the Revit Architecture 2009 Intermediate training guide is to enable students who have a basic knowledge of Revit to increase their productivity through additional collaboration tools, advanced design development tools, and advanced construction document tools.
This is primarily ilt training
Course Level:intermediate
Duration:3 days
Training Presented in:English
Training Provided by Future Media Concepts
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Revit 2009 Architecture Intermediate
Chapter 1: Project Phasing and Design Options
* Project Phasing
* Design Options
Chapter 2: Groups and Links
* Using Groups
* Linking Revit Files
* Links and Groups
* Visibility and Graphic Overrides in Linked Views
* Interference Checking
Chapter 3: Importing and Exporting
* Importing Vector Files
* Working with Imported Files
* Importing Raster Image Files
* Exporting Files
* Exporting for Energy Analysis (Optional)
Chapter 4: Project Team Collaboration
* Introduction to Worksets
* Opening Workset-Related Projects
* Working in Workset-Related Projects
* Setting Up Worksets
* Best Practices for Worksets
Chapter 5: Advanced Modeling Tools
* Creating Sloped Floors, Roofs, and Slabs
* Creating Dormers
Chapter 6: Curtain Walls
* Creating Curtain Walls
* Adding Curtain Grids
* Creating Curtain Wall Types with Automatic Grids
* Working with Curtain Wall Panels
* Attaching Mullions to Curtain Grids
Chapter 7: Site Design
* Creating Topographical Surfaces
* Property Lines and Building Pads
* Modifying Toposurfaces
* Annotating Site Plans
* Site Components
* Shared Coordinates
Chapter 8: Structural Tools
* Structural Basics
* Foundation Plans
* Framing Plans and Elevations
Chapter 9: Detailing in Revit Architecture
* Setting Up Detail Views
* Creating Details
* Annotating Details
* Patterning
Chapter 10: Schedules
* Creating Schedules
* Creating Material Takeoff Schedules
* Scheduling Structural Elements (Optional)
Chapter 11: Advanced Annotation
* Keynoting and Keynote Legends
* Creating Legends
* Revision Tracking
Chapter 12: Advanced View Setup
* View Templates
* Working with Dependent Views
* Enhancing Views
About The Training Provider: Future Media Concepts
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