Revit Structure Level 1

This course covers the basics of Revit Structure, from design through construction documentation. You will be introduced to concepts of Building Information Modeling and tools for parametric design and documentation using real-world design scenarios.

Who Should Attend

Engineers, designers, drafters and others needing to work with construction documents generated with Revit Structure.

Each Student Receives

  • A student guide for use in the classroom*
  • Telephone support on class topics for 30 days
  • Certificate of completion
  • AIA Learning Units for AIA members

* If desired, training materials may be purchased separately for use as a reference guide outside the classroom.  Cost varies by title, please contact for details.

Details and Prerequisites

  • 3 day course
  • Hours: 8:30-4:30
  • Cost: $1,195
  • 24 AIA Learning Units

It is recommended that the student have a working knowledge of:

  • A recent version of the Microsoft Windows operating system.
  • Drafting, design, or engineering experience.

Course Outline

Building Information Modeling

  • Building Information Modeling

Revit Structure Basics

  • Exploring the User Interface
  • Working with Structural Elements and Families

Viewing the Structural Model

  • Working with Views
  • Controlling Object Visibility
  • Working with Elevation and Section Views
  • Working with 3D Views

Starting a New Project

  • Setting Up a Project
  • Adding and Modifying Levels
  • Adding and Modifying Grids

Creating Structural Columns and Walls

  • Working with Structural Columns
  • Working with Structural Walls

Creating Frames

  • Adding Floor Framing
  • Working with Beams and Beam Systems
  • Working with Structural Steel Frames
  • Working with Structural Concrete Beams

Creating Slabs and Roofs

  • Adding Slabs
  • Creating Roofs

Creating Foundations

  • Adding Foundations

Stairs and Ramps

  • Creating Stairs
  • Creating Ramps

Creating Plan Annotations and Schedules

  • Adding Tags
  • Adding Dimensions, Symbols, and Text
  • Creating Legends
  • Working with Schedules

Creating Sections and Details

  • Adding Structural Wall Sections and Reinforcement
  • Adding Detail Lines and Detail Groups
  • Importing Typical DWG Details
  • Adding Concrete Detail Components
  • Creating and Modifying Steel Details

Creating Construction Documentation

  • Creating Sheets and Titleblocks
  • Printing Sheets
  • Exporting Content to CAD Formats

*Course length and cost are based on a minimum of four attendees MasterGraphics.aec reserves the right to cancel classes.

*Note: The course topics are a guideline and class topics may be modified by the instructor based upon the class flow.