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PIFCE provides professional certification training course in Revit Architecture in Dwarka, Delhi. PIFCE revit software course is valid in India and in Abroad which is fully job oriented course. Revit is building information modeling software for civil engineering students, architects, structural engineers, MEP engineers, designers and contractors developed by Autodesk. It allows users to design a building and structure and its components in 3D, annotate the model with 2D drafting elements, and access building information from the building model's database. Revit is 4D BIM capable with tools to plan and track various stages in the building's lifecycle, from concept to construction and later.
What is Autodesk Revit Architecture?
Autodesk Revit Architecture is a robust architectural design and documentation software application created by Autodesk for architects and building professionals. The tools and features that make up Revit Architecture are specifically designed to support building information modeling (BIM) workflows. By utilizing BIM as opposed to computer-aided drafting (CAD), Revit Architecture is able to leverage dynamic information in intelligent models — allowing complex building structures to be accurately designed and documented in a short amount of time. Each intelligent model created with Revit Architecture represents an entire project and is stored in a single database file. This allows changes made in one part of the model to be automatically propagated to other parts of the model, thus enhancing the workflow for Revit Architecture users.
What are the benefits of using Revit Architecture?
Individuals who currently work in or are pursuing careers in architectural and other building professional fields will discover many benefits of using Revit Architecture. The BIM workflow offered by Revit Architecture not only maximizes productivity but also helps to streamline your design and documentation workflows; speeding projects from design to completion while automating updates across your model with a single design change. Autodesk Revit Architectureoffers many other tools and features that can enhance productivity such as Physical Materials for Building Performance Analysis, Autodesk 360 Integration, Worksharing, Construction Modeling, Bidirectional Associativity, Parametric Components, and much more.
How is Revit Architecture used?
Autodesk Revit Architecture is used by architects and other building professionals to help reduce risk, obtain insight into how buildings will perform before construction begins, develop better quality designs, and improve project delivery. For example, a school of architecture may use Revit Architecture as the software of choice to help its 600 full-time students gain real-world experience using a BIM workflow to build high-impact 3D models. In the case of an engineering and architectural services firm, Revit Architecture may be used to fast-track the complex design and construction of a building that wraps around distillery processing equipment and allow for a high level of future maintenance and improvements. Ultimately, Revit Architecture is used to create accurate building designs while minimizing the time it takes to coordinate and design in a virtual environment. This, in turn, allows ideas to be worked through faster and helps to maintain better consistency across projects.
Building Estimation and Costing
Every building has its price. Accurately forecasting the cost of future projects is an important skill for civil engineers and cost estimators. Our course on Building Estimation and Costing, based on Autodesk's Quantity Takeoff software, can help engineers and estimators make material costing faster, easier, and more accurate. The course is useful for civil engineering and architectural students and professionals.
Why should you learn?
Quantity Takeoff helps you perform a takeoff on an entire building information model in just minutes—as opposed to days using traditional methods. The software provides greater ﬂexibility than typical databases or spreadsheets, enabling a smoother, more accurate work-ﬂow for cost estimators.
You can take advantage of digital property data to automatically or manually measure areas and count or price building components such as walls, doors, and window. You can create detailed materials reports much faster than paper-based processes. You can keep your workflow digital and help ensure that reports, materials quantities, and other data remain up to date. Importantly, you can more efficiently count and quantify building components and their compositions.
Our course will cover all key features of Autodesk’s Quantity Takeoff that are related to:
Building estimation and costing from 2D AutoCAD drawings.
Creation of synchronized, comprehensive project views that combine important information from building information modeling (BIM) tools such as Revit® Architecture, Revit® Structure, and Revit® MEP software together with geometry, images, and data from other tools.
Automatic or manual measuring of areas and counting of building components, exporting to Microsoft Excel, and publishing to DWF™ format. Autodesk's Quantity Takeoff supports the takeoff of JPG, TIF, PDF, and other “nonintelligent” image formats.
Latest Autodesk technology in the areas of drawing, viewing, quantiﬁcation, and markup capabilities, uniting design data and other vital information within an open and ﬂuid architecture. So you can better keep track of changing variables without missing a beat.
Generating material quantity takeoffs and performing conceptual estimates, regardless of what phase you are in during a project—from design through preconstruction.
Upon completion of the course, you will know, among others, how to:
Identify quantities (takeoff) of the various materials involved in the project.
Create summaries and detailed quantity surveying reports quickly and easily.
Count and quantify all of your project design data more quickly and easily.
Generate quantities linked to specific objects.
Perform interactive examination of 3D models for material cost estimating purposes.
Compile, update, and interact with quantity-related project data.