BIM with Revit for Electro Mechnaical Engineers /MEP Engineers

BIM stands for Building Information Modeling and refers to the process of using Building Information Modeling software to automate all aspects of building design, analysis, coordination, and documentation. BIM has been adopted by the AEC industry in general due to its ability to reduce costs and increase accuracy in building design, analysis, and construction processes.

The comprehensive Revit course will help you gain expertise in MEP drawing, design visualization, and 3D modeling using the Revit application. The basic knowledge of computer aided design (CAD) and structure is enough to enable you to carry out schematic designs, system analysis, construction documentation, and design visualization involving a wide range of systems including HVAC systems, ductwork, piping systems, and electrical circuits with ease and confidence

We at deltaTmep Revit course in bangalore  covers everything from the fundamentals of this powerful and versatile computer-aided design (CAD) software to tips and tricks on how to use it most effectively and efficiently, whether you’re working on your own projects or collaborating with colleagues on theirs.

Job Opportunities and Career Growth

In its pursuit to enhance productivity, the building design and civil engineering sector is fast adopting CAD software tools. The latest and the most advanced among the CAD software is BIM which is an intelligent 3D model-based process that gives architecture and engineering professionals the insight and tools to more efficiently plan, design, construct, and manage buildings and infrastructure. MEP and BIM professionals with Revit skills are in demand for well paying jobs

  • Unit 1 – Introduction
  • Unit 2 – Viewing the Project
  • Unit 3 – Modifying / Editing Tools
  • Unit 4 – CAD REVIT
  • Unit 5 – REVIT – Architectural
  • Unit 6 – Project Construction-1
  • Unit 7 – Project Construction-1cont
  • Unit 8 – View Template
  • Unit 9 – Parameters and Schedule
  • Unit 10 – Project Construction-2
  • Unit 11 – Families
  • Unit 12 – Link Revit
  • Unit 13 – Revit HVAC
  • Unit 14 – Revit Electrical
  • Unit 15 – Revit Fire Fighting
  • Unit 16 – Revit Plumbing
  • Unit 17 – Work set Work-sharing
  • Unit 18 – Quantity Take off
  • Unit 19 – Sheets
  • Unit 20 – Fabrication
  • Unit 21 – Co-ordination / NAVIS Work