Using Revit collaboration tools and Navisworks, they will then learn to (1) identify clashes, (2) resolve clashes between the differences services, and (3) produce clash reports.
Trainees will be introduced to Electrical systems, and learn the wide array of fundamental modelling tools used to model these systems.
Trainees will be introduced to plumbing and sanitary systems; and learn the wide array of fundamental modelling tools used to model these systems.
Trainees will also explore interoperability between multiple platforms, as well as the wide array of fundamental modelling features used to model Mechanical, Electrical, and Piping (MEP) Systems.
Trainees will be introduced to the Revit User Interface, and learn the basic operating functions and tools (e.g. Elements/Families, Settings, Views) on a step-by-step basis.
The Advanced Revit Architecture course will further explore the different modelling features and tools used to create more sophisticated Architectural elements.
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