Revit Architecture Level 2 Course - Online

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  • Objectives
    To finish the project started in level 1. To learn how to add annotation content, such as tags, dimensions, text, notes, keynotes, schedules, areas, quantities. To add details, hatch patterns, materials, etc.s, etc.
  • Entry requirements
    Directed to Architects, students of architecture, builders, contractors.
    * The Revit Architecture Level 1 course, or equivalent knowledge.
    * A computer that meets the system requirements for running Revit. A headset (hearphones plus microphone).
    * A good connection to the internet. No dial up, nor your same phone line.
    * Revit Architecture 2010 installed in your computer. If you don't have it, you can request a 30-day trial version from Autodesk, or you can download it from Autodesk as well. Visit the useful links section at the bottom of this page.
  • Course description
    Courses are scheduled on demand, according to the information collected from the sign up form. Once the information is collected, the definitive dates and times are sent by email to the people who have sent us the form, and then the information is published here. The course which fills up first, starts first.

    Length: 24 hours, distributed in 12 lessons of 2 hours each.

    Frequency: 8 hours a week, during 3 weeks.

    Days: Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays.

    Instructor: Alfredo Medina

    Hours: Please select the hours that are more convenient for you from the options shown in the sign up form. The times shown on the list refer to the time at your city. It might be different from the time the class originates in the US Eastern Time (Miami). To compare schedules, check the timezones chart.


    1    Creating ramps. Adding slopes to slabs. Creating different types of stairs, by boundary, by risers.    

    2    Creating ceiling plans. Different types of ceilings, slanted panels, vertical drops. Adding hatch patterns to the ceiling. Rotating a ceiling. Aligning the grid. Adding lighting and mechanical fixtures.    

    3    Creating rooms. Using room separation lines. Understanding the Room bounding property. Adding room tags, adding areas to the room tags. Creating colored plans with a color legend. Creating room area schedules, filtered by levels, with totals.    

    4    Adding tags and schedules with volume of concrete to the foundation and/or framing plans.    

    5    Using callouts and creating details in Revit, or importing details from AutoCAD. Using keynotes.    

    6    Creating materials and custom hatch patterns. Creating a floor patterns plan. Using the Split face tool. Using Plan region for specific cutting planes conditions. Using the Linework tool.    

    7    Ussing Massing tools to create 3d objects by using 5 methods: extrude, revolve, blend, sweep, and swept blend. Using Solid or Void.    

    8    Creating custom families. Using Floor, wall, or ceiling based templates. Using Reference planes . Adding parameters by type or by instance. Using locked or unlocked dimensions. Adding controls for mirroring or rotation.    

    9    Using Design options. Assigning options to views.    

    10    Using Phases, such as: existing, demo and new construction.    

    11    Using groups. Using Revit links.    

    12    Adding entourage, lights. Basic interior and exterior rendering

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