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REVIT MEP ELECTRICAL

Two-day, hands-on course covering the basics of designing and modeling electrical systems within an intelligent, integrated Building Information Model (BIM).

Learn how to use the powerful tools within Revit MEP to design, model, and make changes related to the electrical distribution systems in commercial buildings.

$895*

*pricing per student

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Revit MEP Electrical Fundamentals
PREREQUISITES COURSE LOGISTICS COURSE OUTLINE
  • MEP design, drafting, or engineering experience (strongly recommended)
  • Knowledge of the Microsoft Windows operating system

Target Audience:

  • New Autodesk Revit MEP users
  • AutoCAD MEP software users who want to learn the essential elements of Revit MEP

Objective: This course will provide electrical designers, drafters, and engineers with the knowledge and skills needed to streamline the design process using Revit MEP and increase their efficiency with BIM modeling. To ensure confidence in your new skills, we extend your classroom training with 90 days of free follow-up support on all class material. 

Scheduling: This training course will be conducted over 2 days. Class will run from 9am-5pm on each scheduled class day. Please note that in rare cases, the scheduled class days may fall over nonconsecutive dates

Location: This class is scheduled on rotation across Ideate's multiple training centers. Please contact education@ideateinc.com for further details on scheduling or if you are interested in registering for multiple Revit MEP class titles. Ideate will provide all systems and software required to participate in this course.

Detailed Course Outline

Day 1

  • Introduction to BIM and Autodesk Revit
  • Basic Sketching and Modify Tools
  • Starting MEP Systems Projects
  • Working with Views

Day 2

  • About MEP Systems
  • Electrical System Graphics
  • Analyzing Systems
  • Electrical Project Settings
  • Placing Electrical Components
  • Creating Electrical Circuits
  • Cable Tray and Conduit
  • Electrical Panel Schedules
  • Electrical Tagging
  • Creating Construction Documents

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