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Revit Architecture




-- hours.

Possibility of flexible hours.


Small groups.

10-15 people.


Face-to-face and online.

In general, the courses are face-to-face, but on demand we can create groups to take the courses online.

Registration period closed.

Contact us if you want to receive news about upcoming courses


--- euros.

Payment facilities.


Have completed the Revit Architecture introductory course.


Own laptop with Revit Architecture 2020 or higher installed.



We will start by giving a short introduction tobasic conceptsof BIM. We will establish theobjectivesof the course, we will see what will be theprocessto follow and we will understand what we mean when we talk about BIM methodology.
We will go into Autodesk Revit Architecture and learn how to control theprogram interface, itsmenu and tools, itsstatus barand theoptions, just like himproject browser and properties panel. We will see what are thequick accessmost common and we will create our own.

We will start handlingview controlsand we will give a little introduction about what it isdynamo.


Module 1.Topography and location

We will learn to create topographies from external files, as well as to make leveled regions and earthworks (embankments and clearings)

Module 2. Coordinates and orientation

In this module we will see how to manage the origin and coordinates of a project, we will locate it geographically and we will work on the difference between the true north and the project north. We will learn what shared coordinates are, what they are for and how to work with them. In addition, we will see the sunlight option and shadow analysis.

Module 3. complex masses

We will model complex masses, we will see their visibility, as well as the integration and linkage in the project. We will study adaptive components and learn to make an energy model from masses.

Module 4. Advanced construction elements

4.1 Architecture

In this section we will see how to model, in an advanced way, walls, floors and roofs, as well as the possibility of doing it from masses. We will learn the complex joints between them, as well as the moldings, skirting boards, sweeps and looms. We will also advance in the modeling of stairs, ramps and railings, as well as curtain walls and ceilings.

4.2 Structure

We will learn to model spatial structures. We will see metal joints, advanced reinforcement, exploded view of beam reinforcement and finally we will learn to work with the advanced analytical model.

4.3 MEP. Installations

We will model ducts, pipes and tubes, as well as their duct joints in an advanced way. We will close equipment and see manufacturing.

Module 5. Parameters

In this module we will learn what parameters are and what types there are. We will see the difference between system, project, type and instance parameters, as well as the creation and management of shared parameters and their file. We will study what global parameters are, we will learn to make formulas with parameters and to work with planning tables.

Module 6. advanced families

6.1 Architecture

We will see what the hosts, reference planes and reference lines of a family are. We will learn to parametrically design a family, establishing its levels of detail, the display parameters of its elements and possible subcategories. Also, we will see the difference between a nested and nested shared family.

6.2 Structure

We will learn to model advanced families of structural columns and beams as well as profiles, connections and the respective nested and shared nested families.

6.3 MEP. facilities

In this module, we will model in an advanced way plumbing and sanitation equipment and accessories, as well as mechanical, electrical and special equipment and accessories and their respective nested and shared nested families.


Module 7. Visualization and templates

We will be able to create and manage our own view and project templates, to work with filters and we will see what a style book is. We will study display hierarchy, scales, weights, and display in model and annotation families.

Module 8. Legends, areas and tables

In this module we will focus on learning how to make advanced legends and gussets. We will also learn to work with areas and make plans of areas and their tables. Finally, we will spend time exporting and synchronizing with excel.

Module 9. Details and annotations

We will see nomenclatures and symbols, we will generate labels and we will learn how to work with detail groups. We'll also look at annotation line and region styles, callouts and reviews, detail lines, and subcategories. Finally, we will learn what layout and callout views are, cut profiles, and detail and repeat detail components.

Module 10. Documentation

In this module we will learn how to transfer project standards, create and manage project templates, design views and layout plans.


Module 11. Parts, keynotes and measurements

We will learn to generate and develop pieces in multilayer elements, to make exploded views and partitions, to change materials in pieces, and to decompose axonometric as well as the views and labeling of pieces and the profiles in division of pieces. We'll look at what a keynote is, make keynote legends, modeling protocols for measurements, and linking to measurement software.

Module 12. Materials

In this module we will pay attention to the paint tool and learn how to modify the properties of materials. We will see skies, vegetation and people. We will learn to modify materials and apply them to families as well as advanced rendering.

Module 13. Groups and montage

We will see the difference between group and link and we will learn how to link groups.

Module 14. phases

We will learn to create and manage phases, we will see how to organize the project browser with phases and the choice of creation and demolition phase. We will also learn to make phase filters and apply phases in views. Finally, we will create legends for elements with phase.

Module 15. Links

In this module you will see the rules for working with linked files and the management of links. We will learn the division of the project in disciplines and geometry. We'll look at constraints, dimensions, and constraints, the difference between room and space bounding, the difference between link in link and overlap, phasing links, and transferring rules between links. 


Module 16. Collaborative work and subprojects

In the collaborative work, we will learn what a central model and a local model are, we will create subprojects and we will work on their visualization and management. We will see the transfer of elements, the methodology and process of working with subprojects, the synchronization and coordination of collaborative work. 

Module 17. Interference detection

In this module we will introduce you to Navisworks software, learn how to detect interference, isolate detected elements with Dynamos, and write an interference report.

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