Course Overview

Revit Structure is a Building Information Modeling (BIM) software used for structural engineering and design. The software allows the creation and coordination of a structural model from conceptual design through analysis and documentation. Revit’s tools can help engineers and architects streamline workflows and make design decisions based on accurate, up-to-date information. A Revit Structure course can equip users with a deeper understanding of the software’s features and tools, such as creating structural elements, analyzing load-bearing components, generating reports and construction documentation, and integrating with other BIM tools. Revit’s intelligent 3D modeling capabilities allow for faster and more accurate design, reducing errors and inconsistencies that can lead to costly construction errors. By mastering Revit Structure, users can increase their productivity, efficiency and value to their organization, making it a useful tool for professionals in the architecture, engineering and construction industries.

Introduction to Revit Structure
Project Templates
Exploring the User Interface
Starting a Project
Linking Architecture

Creating Levels
Creating View Templates
Adding and Placing Steel Columns
Creating foundations
Designing Retaining Walls
Adding Beam Systems
Tagging Steel Framing
Creating a Slab Floor
Cantilevering Slab Edges
Adding Brace Frames
Adding and Attaching Trusses
Creating Stairs and Ramps

Detailing and Annotating Drawings

Inserting AutoCAD Geometry

Creating Schedules

Material Take off

Plotting and Sharing Files