Revit MEP Fundamentals
Company: White Frog
Level: BIM Ninja -Tier One
Study time: 6 hours
Practical exercises: Yes
Certified: 80% Pass
Autodesk Revit MEP has been created for engineers, designers, architects and CADD technicians; allowing them to design, document, and analyze building information for mechanical, electrical, and plumbing disciplines. This version brings new and exciting features, like Fabrication Modeling.
This course covers the Getting Started with an MEP Project; Spacing, Zones, and Cooling and Heating Load; Creating Construction Documents, and Creating Families and Worksharing. Autodesk Revit MEP has been created for engineers, designers, architects and CADD technicians; allowing them to design, document, and analyze building information for mechanical, electrical, and plumbing disciplines. This version brings new and exciting features, like Fabrication Modeling.. Observe the ability to develop and implement applied drawing package solutions to quantify building project components.
This leading BIM tool used by Building Services Engineers and technicians for designing and modelling mechanical, electrical and plumbing (MEP) systems. based design and design team collaboration and data sharing. The 3D models are used to streamline the design and analysis process and improve collaboration among project teams. This comprehensive course digs into the essential skills required to use the software to design and to share information in a BIM environment.
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This course is accredited and certified by White Frog, UK
about the company
The vision at White Frog is to produce training resources for leading BIM enabling products, which incorporate industry best practice and are aligned to recognised BIM protocols and standards. The modular nature of the courseware should provide flexibility in terms of content and delivery format to cater for the learning path of the delegate, the company and the project, at the most appropriate time.
Here at White Frog, we passionately believe that training should not be a short-term hurdle but a long-term strategic process, with the unique requirements of each individual, addressed as part of the wider picture of the corporate objectives