Revit: Industrialized Construction

Revit: Industrialized Construction

For many, Revit represents a canonical manifestation of building information modeling (BIM), an end-to-end digitized representation of places, buildings, and other edifices. An inevitable consequence of such fully digitized representations is the rise of industrialized construction, in which manufacturing practices are applied to the construction process. In this course, learn how to use Revit to design for industrialized construction. Instructor Shaun Bryant covers essential concepts, including off-site construction, prefabricated components, and the workflows that connect these to the ultimate assembly of your project. Along the way, Shaun shows how these concepts function in the real world by applying them to a small Revit project.


  • 英文名称:Revit: Industrialized Construction
  • 时长:2小时44分
  • 字幕:英语


  1. Discovering industrialized construction with Revit
  2. What is industrialized construction?
  3. What you should know before watching this course
  4. Using the exercise files
  5. Using Revit as a primary BIM design tool
  6. The industry-wide use of BIM
  7. The UK Government Construction Strategy
  8. The BIM Overlay to the RIBA Outline Plan of Work
  9. The US definition of BIM
  10. Industrialized construction in a nutshell
  11. Working to your own standard
  12. Working to a recognized standard
  13. Removing unnecessary objects and layers in the CAD drawing
  14. Removing unnecessary blocks in the CAD drawing
  15. Removing all other unnecessary entities in the CAD drawing
  16. Advantages and disadvantages
  17. Importing and linking a CAD drawing
  18. Working with the linked file settings in Revit
  19. Hiding the imported or linked CAD drawing
  20. Prefabricated units for construction
  21. Bringing the units in to the project with linked Revit models
  22. Making sure the prefabricated units are located accurately
  23. Setting up views of the units in the project
  24. Dimensioning the units for design intent
  25. Reorienting and renaming an existing prefab unit
  26. Changing the use of the prefabricated restroom unit
  27. Reusing existing Revit elements and families
  28. Linking and positioning the new prefab unit
  29. Checking existing views of the newly placed prefab unit
  30. Using sheets in Revit
  31. Adding views to sheets
  32. Scaling views in sheets
  33. Tagging elements in views for sheets
  34. Adding sheet revisions
  35. Adding project information to sheets
  36. Adding detail lines to a view
  37. Adding text annotation in a view
  38. Creating new filled regions in Revit
  39. Creating a schedule
  40. Adding linked Revit families to the schedule
  41. Adding the schedule to a sheet
  42. Creating a legend view on a floor plan
  43. Adding the legend view to a sheet
  44. Checking project information
  45. Checking title blocks on the Revit sheets
  46. Checking revisions
  47. Publishing from Revit
  48. Viewing the published project sheets in PDF format
  49. Next steps