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Explore the more advanced methods of documenting a building project in Revit Architecture. The classes will be taught from the architect’s perspective, but interior designers and engineers will also gain valuable insight as the course unfolds.

Topics include scheduling building components, using the family editor to create 2D and 3D components, refining graphics, and construction documentation.
By the conclusion of this intermediate-level Revit training course, students will be able to develop a BIM model independently and understand how to organize it as an integrated, interoperable construction document set.


  • Due to the fast-paced instruction of the course, students must be officially enrolled by and attend the first day.
  • The same textbook is used throughout all Revit courses.
Prerequisite: The preceding course (Revit I: Introduction) or work experience with instructor approval.

Course Number: ARCH-40010
Credit: 1.50 unit(s)
Related Certificate Programs: CAD/BIM

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