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Revit Architecture II Course – Complete Intermediate Training

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Release date:2019, June

Duration:19 h 33 m

Author: Webelocity Designs

Skill level:Beginner

Language:English

Exercise files:Yes

What Will I Learn?
This Intermediate course will lead the user to Master intermediate level techniques and create a variety of detailed building projects with the world’s leading Building Information Modeling software, Revit Architecture.
Covers intermediate topics such as advanced annotation methods, door and window schedules and basic site modelling tools (including topographical surfaces, basic structural elements, camera and perspective view creation, rendering, lights and materials)
You will get greater insight into the project at any point in its lifecycle, BIM helps you to improve accuracy, efficiency, and productivity, resulting in time and cost savings
Learn how to work within the BIM process to effectively create and document a full range of building types (including residential buildings, small commercial buildings and multi-storey towers with custom curtain walls)
Upon successful completion of this course, the students will have reliably demonstrated the ability to: Create a full residential sheet set in electronic format. Create Component Families in the Family Editor Create and modify mass families in the Conceptual Design environment. Apply surface division and rationalization techniques to conceptual models. Develop building models from conceptual masses.
You will obtain significant value-added benefits like faster project approvals, more predictable outcomes, sustainable design and analysis services, and improved collaboration and information sharing for integrated project delivery strategies
Project creation, navigation and display concepts, designing with components, working with laves, creating and editing walls, adding doors and windows, creating floor and roof objects, working with view properties, instance and type parameters, loading and modifying family components, adding dimensions and annotations, adding and modifying drawing sheets, and plotting procedures.
Engineers can increase coordination with architects and other engineering disciplines, improving the reliability of their designs.
Contractors can make sure that construct-ability issues are flagged early on when changes are less expensive to make.
Architects can produce more accurate designs with fewer errors, less waste, and closer alignment to the owner’s vision.
Also learn how to create custom content within the Revit family editor, create conceptual massing studies, use structural tools and generate photo-realistic renderings of building projects.
Ultimately, YOU will be able to use the models far into the future as the basis of a comprehensive facilities and asset management program

Requirements
Complete Intermediate Training: Beginners / Previous experience in Revit Architecture is necessary.
PDF files are available in every Lesson, allowing you to follow along with course instructions.
PDF Files have detail course instruction steps, it is recommended to read all files for Revit Architecture II Course.
This Course Contains 12 separate Lessons covering basic to advanced concepts in the latest versions of the worlds most popular and versatile BIM Software.
We recommend to complete all 3 Revit Courses to achieve level of “Revit Architecture Certificate”

Description
Revit Architecture II Course Complete Intermediate Training
This course is also designed for those people interested in advancing their employment opportunities.
This Complete Intermediate Training course will lead the user to Master intermediate level techniques and create a variety of detailed building projects with the world’s leading Building Information Modeling software, Revit Architecture.
Revit Architecture II Course- Covers intermediate topics such as advanced annotation methods, door and window schedules and basic site modelling tools (including topographical surfaces, basic structural elements, camera and perspective view creation, rendering, lights and materials)

Assignment 1 – The first assignment covers all material in the first 4 lessons
Assignment 2 – The second assignment covers all material from lesson 5 to lesson 8.
Assignment 3 – The third assignment covers all from lesson 9 to lesson 12.

Upon successful completion of this Revit course, the students will have reliably demonstrated the ability to:
Create a full residential sheet set in electronic format.
Create Component Families in the Family Editor
Create and modify mass families in the Conceptual Design environment.
Apply surface division and rationalization techniques to conceptual models.
Develop building models from conceptual masses.

What Is BIM?
Unlike CAD Software, which uses software tools to generate digital 2D and/or 3D drawings, BIM facilitates a new way of working: creating designs with intelligent objects. Regardless of how many times the design changes—or who changes it—the data remains consistent, coordinated, and more accurate across all stakeholders. Cross-functional project teams in the building and infrastructure industries use these model-based designs as the basis for new, more efficient collaborative workflows that give all stakeholders a clearer vision of the project and increase their ability to make more informed decisions faster.

With BIM, the model is actually a complex database and the room is a database element that contains both geometric information and nongraphic data. Drawings, views, schedules, and so on are ―live views of the underlying building database. If designers change a model element, the BIM software automatically coordinates the change in all views that display that element—including 2D views, such as drawings, and informational views, such as schedules—because they are all views of the same underlying information.

Mission
Webelocity Designs, is an integrated practice of architecture, engineering, designers and construction professionals personally invested in delivering creative and practical built environments that enrich communities.

Core Values
Quality
We are committed to ongoing quality improvement initiatives to ensure we deliver solutions that meet our clients’ expectations of quality and value. Our dedication to project success influences everything we do and ensures our clients are satisfied, and that we enjoy mutual success.

Client Focus
We want every client to receive the best service we can provide and for them to feel we have contributed real value to their project. We want our clients to be confident in recommending our services to others.

Integrity
We strive to work ethically in all areas of our business and in our interactions with our people and everyone we meet in our communities and beyond.
#revit 2019 #autodesk #revit #bim #buildinginformationmodelling #architecture #revit architecture 2019 #revit course #Revit Architecture I Course Complete Beginners Training

Who is the target audience?
Complete Intermediate Training.
This great course is for the students who wants to become Revit Architecture Experts.
Autodesk Software Users that wants to gain knowledge and skills in Revit Interface.
A chief Revit Architecture Certificate Level.
We recommend to complete all 3 Revit Courses to achieve same level of the “Revit Architecture Certificate”

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Section 01
Revit Architecture II – S1 – Video 1 – Creating and Working With Railings
Revit Architecture II – S1 – Video 2 – Balusters & Posts
Revit Architecture II – S1 – Video 3 – Continuous & Non-Continuous Rail Properties
Revit Architecture II – S1 – Video 4 – Assignment 1 – Main Stair & Balcony Railings Part 1
Revit Architecture II – S1 – Video 5 – Assignment 1 – Main Stair & Balcony Railings Part 2

Section 02
Revit Architecture II – Section 2 – Video 6 – Model Lines & Detail Lines
Revit Architecture II – Section 2 – Video 8 – Text Notes and Slope Notes
Revit Architecture II – Section 2 – Video 9 – Assignment 1 – Detail Lines, Notes, Split Face, and Paint
Revit Architecture II – Section 2 – Video7 – Linework, Split Face, and Paint Tools

Section 03
Revit Architecture II – Section 3 – Video 10 – Creating In-Place Models
Revit Architecture II – Section 3 – Video 11 – Work Planes & Reference Planes
Revit Architecture II – Section 3 – Video 12 – Creating In-Place Families

Section 04
Revit Architecture II – Section 4 – Video 13 – Site Components & Topographical Surfaces
Revit Architecture II – Section 4 – Video 14 – Printing a Revit Project
Revit Architecture II – Section 4 – Video 15 – Assignment 1 – Site Development
Revit Architecture II – Section 4 – Video 16 – Assignment 1 – Perspectives, Rendering, and Printing

Section 05
Revit Architecture II – Section 5 – Video 17- Revit Custom Modeling Overview
Revit Architecture II – Section 5 – Video 18 – Creating Extrusions & Revolves
Revit Architecture II – Section 5 – Video 19 – Creating Sweeps
Revit Architecture II – Section 5 – Video 20 – Creating Blends & Swept Blends
Revit Architecture II – Section 5 – Video 21 – Practice Exercise – Modeling Techniques

Section 06
Revit Architecture II – Section 6 – Video 22 – Overview of Families & the Family Editor
Revit Architecture II – Section 6 – Video 23 – Planning & Templates for a Loadable Family
Revit Architecture II – Section 6 – Video 24 – Creating the Family Framework
Revit Architecture II – Section 6 – Video 25 – Dimensioning & Flexing the Family Framework
Revit Architecture II – Section 6 – Video 26 – Practice & Assignment Excercises – Sofa Table I

Section 07
Revit Architecture II – Section 7 – Video 27 – Creating & Working with Family Types
Revit Architecture II – Section 7 – Video 28 – Creating & Dimensioning Family Geometry
Revit Architecture II – Section 7 – Video 29 – Creating Parameters & Sub-Categories
Revit Architecture II – Section 7 – Video 30 – Practice Exercise – Editing Families
Revit Architecture II – Section 7 – Video 31 – Assignment Exercise – Sofa Table I
Revit Architecture II – Section 7 – Video 32 – Assignment Exercise – Sofa Table II

Section 08
Revit Architecture II – Section 8 – Video 33 – Family Visibility & Detail Level
Revit Architecture II – Section 8 – Video 34 – Nested Families & Shared Components
Revit Architecture II – Section 8 – Video 35 – Linked Family Parameters
Revit Architecture II – Section 8 – Video 36 – Workplane Based Components
Revit Architecture II – Section 8 – Video 37 – Assignment 2 – Sofa Table (Types & Parameters)

Section 09
Revit Architecture II – Section 9 – Video 38 – Introduction to Massing Studies & Conceptual Design
Revit Architecture II – Section 9 – Video 39 – Exploring the Conceptual Design Environment
Revit Architecture II – Section 9 – Video 40 – Conceptual Drawing Tools & Mthods
Revit Architecture II – Section 9 – Video 41 – Create Form Types
Revit Architecture II – Section 9 – Video 42 – Assignment 2 – Center Square (In-Place Masses)
Revit Architecture II – Section 9 – Video 43 – Assignment 2 – Center Square (Loadable Mass Families)

Section 10
Revit Architecture II – Section 10 – Video 44 – Selecting & Manipulating Mass Forms
Revit Architecture II – Section 10 – Video 45 – Modifying Mass Forms in X-Ray Mode
Revit Architecture II – Section 10 – Video 46 – Mass Form Editing with Edges and Profiles
Revit Architecture II – Section 10 – Video 47 – Practice Exercise – Modifying a Simple Mass
Revit Architecture II – Section 10 – Video 48 – Assignment 2 – Center Square – Mass Manipulation

Section 11
Revit Architecture II – Section 11 – Video 49 – Mass Floors
Revit Architecture II – Section 11 – Video 50 – Model by Face – Floors & Roofs
Revit Architecture II – Section 11 – Video 51 – Model by Face – Walls and Curtain Systems
Revit Architecture II – Section 11 – Video 52 – Assignment 2 – Center Square – Mass Floor & Model byFace

Section 12
Revit Architecture II – Section 12 – Video 53 – Surface Rationalization & Divided Surfaces
Revit Architecture II – Section 12 – Video 54 – Surface Patterns
Revit Architecture II – Section 12 – Video 55 – Assignment 2 – Center Square – Surface Rationalization I
Revit Architecture II – Section 12 – Video 55 – Assignment 2 – Center Square – Surface Rationalization II

Revit Architecture II Course – Complete Intermediate Training – Lecture Notes & Resources.7z

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