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Revit Architecture - Advanced

As Architectural projects are developed it is essential that Revit users are able to introduce advanced workflows in order to meet project deliverables. This course will allow students to use Revit to explore different design solutions, perform massing studies, worksharing, as well as understand site and phasing conditions.

Description

The objective of the Revit Architecture Advanced course is to enable students who know Revit Fundamentals to expand their knowledge to be able to lead projects, setup existing site conditions and establish new site works including demolition drawings. Explore different options for design solutions and have a fundamental understanding of Revit Massing and its capabilities.

Who should attend and Course Prerequisites

This course is designed for confident users of Revit Architecture.
It is recommended that students have:
• A thorough working knowledge of Revit Architecture (have completed Revit Architecture Fundamentals or Equivalent)
• Experience in the preparation of Architectural Documentation
• Experience in working in the Microsoft® Windows® 8 or 10 environment

Delivery Mode

Traditional Instructor-led Group Training
2 consecutive days (09:00 - 16:30)

Courseware

An Autodesk® Official Training Guide is provided as a Reference Resource at the conclusion of the course.

Certificates

An A2K Technologies “Certificate of Attendance” will be issued on completion of the course.

Course Contents

On completion of this course students will have been given the opportunity to acquire knowledge and understanding of commands and concepts that develop the skills necessary to be able to:

• Create massing elements
• Drive System families from Mass elements
• Establish existing, demolition and proposed new works documentation
• Create different building design options
• Create site elements and establish survey coordinates
• Understand where and how to plan collaboration and use worksets

Training topics will be drawn from the content listed below.

Project Phasing and Design Options

• Project Phasing
• Design Options

Site Designs

• Creating Topographical Surfaces
• Modifying Toposurfaces
• Import from DWG, Civil3D or LandXML
• Property Lines and building Pads
• Annotating Site Plans
• Site Components
• Shared Positioning

Massing Studies

• Overview of Massing Studies
• Placing Mass Elements
• Creating Conceptual Massing
• Working with references and work planes
• Creating complex Mass Forms
• Dynamic Editing for Conceptual Massing
• Form Massing to Building

Collaboration Techniques

• Introduction to collaboration techniques and Collaboration planning
• Working in workset-related Projects
• Opening and saving workset-related projects
• Setting Up worksets