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Intermediate Revit
Course: ARC251

First Term: 2018 Fall
Lec + Lab   3.0 Credit(s)   6.0 Period(s)   6.0 Load  
Course Type: Occupational
Load Formula: T

Description: Comprehensive use of Revit Design Development tools through the development of 3-D model(s) in working drawing and rendered formats. Includes completing a set of construction documents from creating walls, incorporating doors, windows, floor, stairs, etc., to adding views and annotation to various sheets and coordinating those sheets within the finished set.

MCCCD Official Course Competencies
1. Navigate and apply revit interface. (I)
2. Demonstrate steps and applications required to start and set up a project. (I)
3. Manipulate various viewing commands. (I)
4. Apply general drawing tools. (II)
5. Apply element editing tools. (II)
6. Create and edit walls. (II)
7. Create and insert doors and windows. (II)
8. Create floor and stair elements. (II)
9. Create a variety of roof elements. (II)
10. Create reflected ceiling plan. (II)
11. Create elevations. (II)
12. Apply annotation and dimensions. (II)
13. Develop a coordinated set of construction documents. (III)
14. Create 3-D views and apply basic rendering techniques. (IV)
15. Plot in revit. (III)
MCCCD Official Course Outline
I. Introduction to Revit
   A. User interface
   B. Open, save, and close existing projects
   C. Create a new project
   D. View drawings using pan and zoom
II. Modeling
   A. Using drawing and editing tools
   B. Drawing and modifying walls
   C. Adding doors and windows
   D. Loading door and window Types from library
   E. Creating additional door and window sizes
   F. Creating storefronts
   G. Creating floors, add openings
   H. Building sections
   I. Creating roofs from footprint and extrusion
   J. Adding stairs and elevators
   K. Creating a reflected ceiling plan
   L. Creating interior elevations, adding furniture and fixtures
   M. Adding annotation and dimensions
   N. Adding tags and schedules
III. Construction Documents
   A. Setting up sheets
   B. Placing and modifying views
   C. Plotting sheets
IV. Photo-Realistic Rendering
   A. View creation
   B. Assigning material
   C. Adding light and entourage
   D. Environment set-up
   E. Rendering an interior and exterior view

MCCCD Governing Board Approval Date: June 24, 2014

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