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Revit 2019 Level II: Families for MEP (November // Alexandria)

Training Details

Training Dates: 
Thursday, November 1, 2018 to Friday, November 2, 2018
Hours: 
9:00am – 4:30pm
Length: 
2 Days
Cost: 
$800
Prerequisites: 
Strong knowledge of terminology, systems, and workflows commonly found in the mechanical, electrical, and plumbing disciplines, as well as Revit® MEP (RME) 2016-2019 Level I (or equiv.) ...or… 6-12 months continuous RME 2015-2018 experience
Level: 
Intermediate / Advanced
Who Can Benefit From This Class: 
Professionals responsible for the development of custom Revit content and project standards, including engineers/designers, production staff, and CAD/BIM Managers
Register

Go beyond the basics of Revit® and take your skills to the next level with this progressive two-day class.  Focusing on the creation of customized family content, learn how to create shared parameters for devices and equipment, set up pre-formatted schedules in a project template, document through the use of tags, learn the use of filters to distinguish families, and understand the aspects of creating complex families.  While each example demonstrated in class is discipline specific, the topics covered in the curriculum are applicable across the disciplines.

Family Templates

Understanding the different types
Review behavior of specific Family Categories

Family Modifications

Connectors
Shared Parameters

Schedules

Component Schedules
Electrical Panel Schedules

Annotation

Symbols
Tags

Data Propagation

Type Catalogs
Lookup Tables

Families Created in Class

VAV Units: modeling the geometry, adding clearances as masses for Interference Checking, linking Shared Parameters to customized schedules, then assigning appropriate connectors for Duct, Pipe, and Electrical
Valves: modifying what’s “out-of-the-box” and embedding symbols
Lighting Fixtures: vertical and horizontal face hosting, linking Shared Parameters to customized schedules, and using embedded symbols
Receptacles: modifying what’s “out-of-the-box” and embedding symbols
Panelboards: reviewing elements which affect circuiting and creating electrical panel schedules

Download the course outline Read more about Revit 2019 Level II: Families for MEP (November // Alexandria)

This class comes with a 100% Satisfaction Guarantee, provides AIA/CES Continuing Education Credits (CEU’s), and each student receives a certificate of accomplishment.
Delivery: 

Revit 2019 Level II: Families for MEP (August // Baltimore)

Training Details

Training Dates: 
Monday, August 27, 2018 to Tuesday, August 28, 2018
Hours: 
9:00am – 4:30pm
Length: 
2 Days
Location: 
Cost: 
$800
Prerequisites: 
Strong knowledge of terminology, systems, and workflows commonly found in the mechanical, electrical, and plumbing disciplines, as well as Revit® MEP (RME) 2016-2019 Level I (or equiv.) ...or… 6-12 months continuous RME 2015-2018 experience
Level: 
Intermediate / Advanced
Who Can Benefit From This Class: 
Professionals responsible for the development of custom Revit content and project standards, including engineers/designers, production staff, and CAD/BIM Managers
Register

Go beyond the basics of Revit® and take your skills to the next level with this progressive two-day class.  Focusing on the creation of customized family content, learn how to create shared parameters for devices and equipment, set up pre-formatted schedules in a project template, document through the use of tags, learn the use of filters to distinguish families, and understand the aspects of creating complex families.  While each example demonstrated in class is discipline specific, the topics covered in the curriculum are applicable across the disciplines.

Family Templates

Understanding the different types
Review behavior of specific Family Categories

Family Modifications

Connectors
Shared Parameters

Schedules

Component Schedules
Electrical Panel Schedules

Annotation

Symbols
Tags

Data Propagation

Type Catalogs
Lookup Tables

Families Created in Class

VAV Units: modeling the geometry, adding clearances as masses for Interference Checking, linking Shared Parameters to customized schedules, then assigning appropriate connectors for Duct, Pipe, and Electrical
Valves: modifying what’s “out-of-the-box” and embedding symbols
Lighting Fixtures: vertical and horizontal face hosting, linking Shared Parameters to customized schedules, and using embedded symbols
Receptacles: modifying what’s “out-of-the-box” and embedding symbols
Panelboards: reviewing elements which affect circuiting and creating electrical panel schedules

Download the course outline Read more about Revit 2019 Level II: Families for MEP (August // Baltimore)

This class comes with a 100% Satisfaction Guarantee, provides AIA/CES Continuing Education Credits (CEU’s), and each student receives a certificate of accomplishment.
Delivery: 

Revit 2019 Level II: Families for MEP (June // Alexandria)

Training Details

Training Dates: 
Wednesday, June 27, 2018 to Thursday, June 28, 2018
Hours: 
9:00am – 4:30pm
Length: 
2 Days
Cost: 
$800
Prerequisites: 
Strong knowledge of terminology, systems, and workflows commonly found in the mechanical, electrical, and plumbing disciplines, as well as Revit® MEP (RME) 2016-2019 Level I (or equiv.) ...or… 6-12 months continuous RME 2015-2018 experience
Level: 
Intermediate / Advanced
Who Can Benefit From This Class: 
Professionals responsible for the development of custom Revit content and project standards, including engineers/designers, production staff, and CAD/BIM Managers
Register

Go beyond the basics of Revit® and take your skills to the next level with this progressive two-day class.  Focusing on the creation of customized family content, learn how to create shared parameters for devices and equipment, set up pre-formatted schedules in a project template, document through the use of tags, learn the use of filters to distinguish families, and understand the aspects of creating complex families.  While each example demonstrated in class is discipline specific, the topics covered in the curriculum are applicable across the disciplines.

Family Templates

Understanding the different types
Review behavior of specific Family Categories

Family Modifications

Connectors
Shared Parameters

Schedules

Component Schedules
Electrical Panel Schedules

Annotation

Symbols
Tags

Data Propagation

Type Catalogs
Lookup Tables

Families Created in Class

VAV Units: modeling the geometry, adding clearances as masses for Interference Checking, linking Shared Parameters to customized schedules, then assigning appropriate connectors for Duct, Pipe, and Electrical
Valves: modifying what’s “out-of-the-box” and embedding symbols
Lighting Fixtures: vertical and horizontal face hosting, linking Shared Parameters to customized schedules, and using embedded symbols
Receptacles: modifying what’s “out-of-the-box” and embedding symbols
Panelboards: reviewing elements which affect circuiting and creating electrical panel schedules

Download the course outline Read more about Revit 2019 Level II: Families for MEP (June // Alexandria)

This class comes with a 100% Satisfaction Guarantee, provides AIA/CES Continuing Education Credits (CEU’s), and each student receives a certificate of accomplishment.
Delivery: 

Revit 2019 Level II: Advanced Detailing for Architecture (November // Baltimore)

Training Details

Training Dates: 
Friday, November 9, 2018
Hours: 
9:00am – 4:30pm
Length: 
1 Day
Location: 
Cost: 
$400
Prerequisites: 
Revit 2016-2019 Level I (or equivalent) plus 3 months continuous Revit experience, or at least 6 months continuous Revit 2015-2018 experience
Level: 
Intermediate / Advanced
Who Can Benefit From This Class: 
Current Revit professionals interested in tackling more advanced topics, as well as aspiring model managers and other Revit users heavily involved in the creation of the model
Register

Creating a complete Autodesk Revit® virtual model is the foundation of any successful project, but we still need to generate details and print out paper to get that project built. In this one-day, hands-on course, you can focus on the best strategies to effectively detail your construction documents and more fully harness the parametric capabilities of Revit in regards to the “information” portion of BIM (Building Information Modeling).

Leveraging the Data In Your Model

Creating and applying the three types of Parameters: Project, Shared, and Global
Using the advanced features of Schedules including: calculated values, formulas, and conditional formatting
Learn about using Material Takeoffs, Note Blocks and Key Schedules

Getting Details From Your Model

Using the Linework tool to control specific elements
Leveraging Detail Components to quickly apply and note repetitive elements
Creating Keynotes and a master keynote file to link into your model
Using the Paint and Split Face tools to provide additional material articulation to surfaces and tag these materials
Tagging and scheduling parts of an element using the Parts tool

Sheets and Documentation

Creating Legends to repeat information on multiple pages
Creating and annotating 3D views for inclusion in construction documents
Using Dependent Views and Matchlines to divide up a large building footprint across multiple sheets
Implementing Guide Grids to align elements across multiple sheets
Set up and apply View Templates and Filters to standardize how elements look on similar types of sheets
Learn how to document and issue Revisions
Work with Titleblocks and set up an initial view for general project information

Download the course outline Read more about Revit 2019 Level II: Advanced Detailing for Architecture (November // Baltimore)

This class comes with a 100% Satisfaction Guarantee, provides AIA/CES Continuing Education Credits (CEU’s), and each student receives a certificate of accomplishment.
Delivery: 

Revit 2019 Level II: Advanced Detailing for Architecture (August // Alexandria)

Training Details

Training Dates: 
Thursday, August 23, 2018
Hours: 
9:00am – 4:30pm
Length: 
1 Day
Cost: 
$400
Prerequisites: 
Revit 2016-2019 Level I (or equivalent) plus 3 months continuous Revit experience, or at least 6 months continuous Revit 2015-2018 experience
Level: 
Intermediate / Advanced
Who Can Benefit From This Class: 
Current Revit professionals interested in tackling more advanced topics, as well as aspiring model managers and other Revit users heavily involved in the creation of the model
Register

Creating a complete Autodesk Revit® virtual model is the foundation of any successful project, but we still need to generate details and print out paper to get that project built. In this one-day, hands-on course, you can focus on the best strategies to effectively detail your construction documents and more fully harness the parametric capabilities of Revit in regards to the “information” portion of BIM (Building Information Modeling).

Leveraging the Data In Your Model

Creating and applying the three types of Parameters: Project, Shared, and Global
Using the advanced features of Schedules including: calculated values, formulas, and conditional formatting
Learn about using Material Takeoffs, Note Blocks and Key Schedules

Getting Details From Your Model

Using the Linework tool to control specific elements
Leveraging Detail Components to quickly apply and note repetitive elements
Creating Keynotes and a master keynote file to link into your model
Using the Paint and Split Face tools to provide additional material articulation to surfaces and tag these materials
Tagging and scheduling parts of an element using the Parts tool

Sheets and Documentation

Creating Legends to repeat information on multiple pages
Creating and annotating 3D views for inclusion in construction documents
Using Dependent Views and Matchlines to divide up a large building footprint across multiple sheets
Implementing Guide Grids to align elements across multiple sheets
Set up and apply View Templates and Filters to standardize how elements look on similar types of sheets
Learn how to document and issue Revisions
Work with Titleblocks and set up an initial view for general project information

Download the course outline Read more about Revit 2019 Level II: Advanced Detailing for Architecture (August // Alexandria)

This class comes with a 100% Satisfaction Guarantee, provides AIA/CES Continuing Education Credits (CEU’s), and each student receives a certificate of accomplishment.
Delivery: 

Revit 2019 Level II: Advanced Detailing for Architecture (August // Baltimore)

Training Details

Training Dates: 
Friday, August 17, 2018
Hours: 
9:00am – 4:30pm
Length: 
1 Day
Location: 
Cost: 
$400
Prerequisites: 
Revit 2016-2019 Level I (or equivalent) plus 3 months continuous Revit experience, or at least 6 months continuous Revit 2015-2018 experience
Level: 
Intermediate / Advanced
Who Can Benefit From This Class: 
Current Revit professionals interested in tackling more advanced topics, as well as aspiring model managers and other Revit users heavily involved in the creation of the model
Register

Creating a complete Autodesk Revit® virtual model is the foundation of any successful project, but we still need to generate details and print out paper to get that project built. In this one-day, hands-on course, you can focus on the best strategies to effectively detail your construction documents and more fully harness the parametric capabilities of Revit in regards to the “information” portion of BIM (Building Information Modeling).

Leveraging the Data In Your Model

Creating and applying the three types of Parameters: Project, Shared, and Global
Using the advanced features of Schedules including: calculated values, formulas, and conditional formatting
Learn about using Material Takeoffs, Note Blocks and Key Schedules

Getting Details From Your Model

Using the Linework tool to control specific elements
Leveraging Detail Components to quickly apply and note repetitive elements
Creating Keynotes and a master keynote file to link into your model
Using the Paint and Split Face tools to provide additional material articulation to surfaces and tag these materials
Tagging and scheduling parts of an element using the Parts tool

Sheets and Documentation

Creating Legends to repeat information on multiple pages
Creating and annotating 3D views for inclusion in construction documents
Using Dependent Views and Matchlines to divide up a large building footprint across multiple sheets
Implementing Guide Grids to align elements across multiple sheets
Set up and apply View Templates and Filters to standardize how elements look on similar types of sheets
Learn how to document and issue Revisions
Work with Titleblocks and set up an initial view for general project information

Download the course outline Read more about Revit 2019 Level II: Advanced Detailing for Architecture (August // Baltimore)

This class comes with a 100% Satisfaction Guarantee, provides AIA/CES Continuing Education Credits (CEU’s), and each student receives a certificate of accomplishment.
Delivery: 

Revit 2019 Level II: Advanced Modeling for Architecture (November // Baltimore)

Training Details

Training Dates: 
Thursday, November 1, 2018
Hours: 
9:00am – 4:30pm
Length: 
1 Day
Location: 
Cost: 
$400
Prerequisites: 
Revit 2015-2018 Level I (or equivalent) plus 3 months continuous Revit experience, or at least 6 months continuous Revit 2015-2018 experience
Level: 
Intermediate / Advanced
Who Can Benefit From This Class: 
Current Revit professionals interested in tackling more advanced topics, as well as aspiring model managers and other Revit users heavily involved in the creation of the model
Register

Creating a complete Autodesk Revit® virtual model is the foundation of any successful project and in this course you will delve deeper into the “building” portion of BIM (Building Information Modeling). These advanced techniques will take your model to the next level, allowing a more detailed and integrated project. In this one-day, hands-on course, you can focus on specific topics and learn tips and strategies on how to effectively leverage your model for a more complete and easy to manage set of construction documents.

Modeling to the Next Level

Using Profiles and Sweeps to add detail to your model, including integrating these objects into your wall types
Adding articulation to your roof edge by way of Soffits, Fasciae, and Gutters
Detailing surfaces using the Split Face and Paint tools to easily add multiple materials to a single plane

Advanced Components

General In-Place Component Family strategies and best practices for when to use and how to create them
Alternative ways to use elements, including using tools such as Curtain Walls and Sweeps in “off label” applications

Site Tools

Learn how to generate Topography and edit to include various materials, building Pads and site elements such as Retaining Walls, Property Lines, Parking, and Railings

Phasing and Design Options

Learn about the ability of Revit to show various Phases of a project and how to display element correctly
Leverage Design Options to quickly work out design scenarios and present them clearly

Modeling for Construction

Using Assemblies to better group related elements into single units that can be tagged, scheduled, and detailed as one
Dividing elements into their Parts to independently schedule, tag, filter, and export them

Download the course outline Read more about Revit 2019 Level II: Advanced Modeling for Architecture (November // Baltimore)

This class comes with a 100% Satisfaction Guarantee, provides AIA/CES Continuing Education Credits (CEU’s), and each student receives a certificate of accomplishment.
Delivery: 

Revit 2019 Level I: Project Managers for Architecture (July // Baltimore)

Training Details

Training Dates: 
Wednesday, July 11, 2018
Hours: 
9:00am – 4:30pm
Length: 
1 Day
Location: 
Cost: 
$400
Prerequisites: 
A strong architectural background and experience with managing projects, as well as general computer and Windows experience
Level: 
Beginner
Who Can Benefit From This Class: 
Architectural and interiors project managers who want to understand how Revit® is affecting the design and documentation process
Register

This one-day class is designed for individuals, such as architectural/interiors project managers or supervisors, who need to view and manage projects in Revit®. Attendees will receive an overview of navigating in the Revit environment, as well as basic modeling and drawing techniques. This class will provide the skills necessary to redline/mark up Revit models as well as address common Revit management issues such as staffing, workflow, and model-driven decision making.

Introduction

Building Information Model
Exploring the Interface
Elements and Families 

Understanding the Model

Navigating Views
Plans, Sections, and Elevations
3D Views
Schedules
View Properties

Understanding Building Elements

Levels and Grids
Walls, Doors, and Windows
Editing Tools
Element Properties

Annotations

Dimensions and Measuring
Text Notes
Tags and Keynotes

Sheets and Printing

Design Review and Markup

Digital Redlining
Revisions and Issuances 
Best Practices

Impact on Project Management

Collaboration
Shift in Workflow
Project Roles

Download the course outline Read more about Revit 2019 Level I: Project Managers for Architecture (July // Baltimore)

This class comes with a 100% Satisfaction Guarantee, provides AIA/CES Continuing Education Credits (CEU’s), and each student receives a certificate of accomplishment.
Delivery: 

Revit 2019 Level I: Project Managers for Architecture (October // Alexandria)

Training Details

Training Dates: 
Thursday, October 11, 2018
Hours: 
9:00am – 4:30pm
Length: 
1 Day
Cost: 
$400
Prerequisites: 
A strong architectural background and experience with managing projects, as well as general computer and Windows experience
Level: 
Beginner
Who Can Benefit From This Class: 
Architectural and interiors project managers who want to understand how Revit® is affecting the design and documentation process
Register

This one-day class is designed for individuals, such as architectural/interiors project managers or supervisors, who need to view and manage projects in Revit®. Attendees will receive an overview of navigating in the Revit environment, as well as basic modeling and drawing techniques. This class will provide the skills necessary to redline/mark up Revit models as well as address common Revit management issues such as staffing, workflow, and model-driven decision making.

Introduction

Building Information Model
Exploring the Interface
Elements and Families 

Understanding the Model

Navigating Views
Plans, Sections, and Elevations
3D Views
Schedules
View Properties

Understanding Building Elements

Levels and Grids
Walls, Doors, and Windows
Editing Tools
Element Properties

Annotations

Dimensions and Measuring
Text Notes
Tags and Keynotes

Sheets and Printing

Design Review and Markup

Digital Redlining
Revisions and Issuances 
Best Practices

Impact on Project Management

Collaboration
Shift in Workflow
Project Roles

Download the course outline Read more about Revit 2019 Level I: Project Managers for Architecture (October // Alexandria)

This class comes with a 100% Satisfaction Guarantee, provides AIA/CES Continuing Education Credits (CEU’s), and each student receives a certificate of accomplishment.
Delivery: 

Revit 2019 Level I: Architecture (September // Richmond)

Training Details

Training Dates: 
Monday, September 24, 2018 to Thursday, September 27, 2018
Hours: 
9:00am – 4:30pm
Length: 
4 Days
Location: 
Cost: 
$1,600
Prerequisites: 
A strong architectural background or education, as well as general computer and Windows experience
Level: 
Beginner
Who Can Benefit From This Class: 
Architects and designers who are actively involved in project design and the development of drawing sets
Register

This hands-on, comprehensive class demonstrates and instructs design development and documentation methods using Revit®. This class is designed to teach the architectural professional how to use Revit to create a Building Information Model (BIM) and from that model generate construction documents. Attendees of this class will experience this process of 3D model creation to 2D detailing first hand on a sample project they will build from scratch.

Continued Learning:

As an exclusive benefit of training with us, you’ll receive 12 months of access to the on-demand version of this class through the CADD Community. The interactive training content and resources are proven to help refresh your knowledge throughout the year.

Introduction

Building Information Modeling
Exploring the Interface
Elements and Families

Views and Visibility

Project Browser
Floor and Ceiling Plans
Sections and Elevations
Schedules and Elevations
3D views
Schedules
View Properties and View Range

Using Modeling Tools

Levels and Grids
Structural Columns
Walls, Floors, Ceilings, and Roofs
Curtain Walls
Doors and Windows
Stairs and Railings
Rooms

Working with Families

Loading into Projects
Placing Components (Furniture, Fixtures, and Equipment)
Introduction to Creating Families

Basic Detailing and Annotation

Detail Lines and Detail Components
Text and Dimensions
Tags and Symbols
Linking and Exporting to CAD

Sheets and Printing

Introduction to Worksharing

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This class comes with a 100% Satisfaction Guarantee, provides AIA/CES Continuing Education Credits (CEU’s), and each student receives a certificate of accomplishment.
Delivery: 

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