Building Information Modeling (BIM) Class begins Tuesday, September 12.
THE COURSE WILL MEET TWO NIGHTS EACH WEEK
THE SEMESTER IS 13 WEEKS IN DURATION
Introduction to Revit
Tuesdays and Thursdays
5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m.
This course will cover the basics of Autodesk Revit, an important building information modeling software for architects, engineers, and contractors. This hands-on, lab-based class presents an overview of Autodesk's Revit platform, including architecture, structure, and MEP along with key concepts of BIM and Revit. The curriculum includes an in-depth exploration of the Revit interface. Views selection methods, levels and grid, walls, doors, windows, and components, modification commands and load family, floors, ceilings, and stairs, and type and instance parameters will be manipulated for existing project. Students will import CAD drawings to convert to Revit geometry, understand the project browser and type properties palettes, add sheets, insert views onto sheets, add dimensions and text to the model, and set up the file for plotting. Students will be given plans for a Commercial Building to build in Revit.
About the Instructor
Leo Molina is the founder of Mobile Coordination LLC with over 14 years of experience in the Construction industry. He has a vast knowledge in Mechanical, Electrical, and Plumbing (MEP) systems. His wide range of experience coordinating trades results in a deep understanding of National CAD Standards (NCS) and the latest BIM technologies. His extensive experience yields knowledge and execution of a variety of disciplines including: Mechanical HVAC, Piping, Plumbing, Telecom and Fire Protection in commercial, and residential projects. Mr. Molina has worked in a (VDC) Virtual and Design & Construction role for 6 years with Tishman Construction. Mr. Molina sat on the AECOM BIM Council representing the Construction Services division. The Council is in charge of setting the BIM standards and collaboration protocols for each business line. Prior to working on the construction side of the industry, Mr. Molina worked at Skidmore Owings and Merrill, LLP. [email protected]
Seating is limited.
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