Learn the basics of MEP design in Revit 2020. This course covers mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and fire protection design, using examples in imperial units (inches and feet).
- [Eric] In the world of BIM, it's no secret that Revit has stolen the show. The design and construction industry has finally standardized on the Revit platform, making it essential to learn not only the picks and clicks of the software, but also the collaborative workflows. Hi, I'm Eric Wing, and I have over 20 years' experience in the engineering, architectural and training industries. In this LinkedIn Learning course, I'll bring you through Revit MEP from beginning to end. Pressed for time? Don't worry. Each video is kept to a reasonable length, drills immediately into the specifics and is precise and succinct as possible.
We'll explore how to start a project for each MEP trade using the architectural and structural models as a guide. Then we will thoroughly go through mechanical, electrical and plumbing. After that, we'll look at how to extract information at the schedules and how to communicate that information in the form of construction documents. If you're ready to learn Revit, I'm ready to teach ya. Let's get started.
- Electrical features
- Mechanical features
- Plumbing features
- Fire protection features
- Adopting Revit into your workflow
- Creating detailed views
- Importing details
- Creating sheets
- Controlling revisions
- MEP fabrication parts
Skill Level Beginner
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1. Starting a Revit Project
2. Revit Electrical
3. Revit Mechanical
4. Revit Plumbing
5. Revit Workflow
6. MEP Fabrication Parts
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