Revit: Design a Multi-Trade Commercial Building

Revit: Design a Multi-Trade Commercial Building

Building projects are the product of the application of a variety of trades. When the time comes for construction, you'll develop a BIM Execution Plan (BxP) to govern the workflow across the various trades that come together. In this comprehensive, project-based course, instructor Eric Wing shows you how to apply Civil 3D, Revit, and BIM 360 across the entire scope of a commercial building. Eric takes you through this process from start to finish, using a complete design project. He begins by showing you how to set up the project with a Civil 3D drawing and a Civil Revit model. Eric goes over each step in architectural modeling, from exterior wall systems to stairs, railings, and elevators. He discusses key aspects of structural modeling and MEP modeling, which links in other trades. Eric concludes by showing you how to set up your model so that multiple people can work on it.


  • 英文名称:Revit: Design a Multi-Trade Commercial Building
  • 时长:2小时22分
  • 字幕:英语


  1. How does a typical project progress?
  2. Exercise files
  3. Obtaining Civil 3D information
  4. Preparing a Civil 3D drawing
  5. Creating a Civil Revit model
  6. Publishing the coordinates
  7. Adding exterior wall systems
  8. Creating levels
  9. Adding curtain wall systems
  10. Laying out interior wall systems
  11. Adding doors and windows
  12. Adding floors
  13. Adding rooms
  14. Adding tray ceilings and soffits
  15. Modeling roofs
  16. Laying out circulation
  17. Finding the internal origin
  18. Linking architecture internal origin to internal origin
  19. Setting up levels
  20. Laying out the grid
  21. Adding foundation walls
  22. Adding piers and pilasters
  23. Adding steel columns
  24. Adding perimeter framing
  25. Adding beam systems
  26. Adding roof joist systems
  27. Linking other trades
  28. Adding spaces
  29. Adding mechanical equipment
  30. Adding air terminals
  31. Modeling duct
  32. Modeling drain pipe
  33. Creating a power plan
  34. Creating a lighting plan
  35. Setting up worksharing
  36. Next steps