Revit MEP Electrical Training
Recommended Course Length: 1 day*
Class Hours: 8:30 – 4:30
8 AIA Learning Units
This one day instructor-led Revit MEP training course will teach students to use Autodesk Revit MEP Electrical to model discipline specific MEP systems for real world applications. The instructor will use lecture, discussions, and hands-on practices (based on real customer scenarios) to teach students techniques for initiating a Building Information Model (BIM) project, recommended workflows and basic skills required to layout electrical systems, solving common issues, and use its tools to create and modify discipline specific MEP systems and parametric engineering components. Given a complete architectural building model (as a reference), the student will be able to produce a commercial BIM design that contains functional electrical systems. The student will then be able to extract 2D drawings for construction documents.
Who Should Attend
This Revit MEP training course is intended for Electrical designers, drafters, modelers, and engineers new to Revit MEP.
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, Revit training materials may be purchased separately for use as a reference guide outside the classroom. Cost varies by title, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
- Basic understanding of BIM and have a working knowledge of Microsoft Windows
- Completed the Revit MEP Core Training course
- Define electrical systems, including:
- Setup electrical settings and parameters.
- Place lighting fixtures and devices using industry best practices.
- Place receptacles and equipment using industry best practices.
- Create lighting, switch, and power circuits.
- Create panel schedules using industry best practices.
- Create and utilize panel schedule templates.
- Demonstrate how to create and optimize power distribution in Revit MEP Electrical by taking advantage of the following:
- Creating one-line diagrams from the BIM where possible.
- Creating Color-Fills / Legends.
- Identify Lighting (fc) Analysis and calculations, lighting, power & fixture schedule.
- Establish connections with mechanical equipment for cross-discipline coordination.
- Add wiring to equipment that has been circuited to a panel by means of:
- Automatic Layout Tools
- Manual Layout Tools.
- Design conduit and cable tray layouts using industry best practices.
*Course length and cost are based on a minimum of four attendees MasterGraphics 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.