Introduction to BIM Modeling and Autodesk Certified User Exam Preparation
Program objectives in bullet points
To teach basic BIM Concept and the possibilities that BIM offers for AEC industry.
To teach about different software’s and tools used to achieve BIM and their application with context to AEC university.
Hands on training of Revit Architecture Design and 3D Modeling using Autodesk Revit.
Autodesk Certified User Exam Preparation.
Who Should Attend
Civil/Urban/Construction Final Year Students.
Entry and Mid-Level professionals of Construction Industry.
BIM Overview; BIM vs. Traditional CAD; Common BIM Terminology; Value of BIM; BIM as a Communication & Collaboration Tool; BIM Benefits; Typical BIM Process; BIM Implementation Needs & Challenges. Developing Architectural Design and 3D Model using Autodesk Revit.
Your Brief Profile
Completed my bachelor’s in Civil Engineering from NED University back in August 2019.
MEM Construction Management in Progress from NED University.
Research work using the use of BIM in Construction Industry.
Associated with Construction Industry since 2019.
Owner at Bricksmen Associates.
Visiting faculty member at NED University at Department of Civil Engineering.
Course instructor at CCEE NED University Post Graduate Diploma Programs
List of Courses Taught:
Course Instructor of CE-426: Building Information Modelling at Department of Civil Engineering (Spring 2022)
Course instructor of CE-109: Engineering Surveying-I at Department of Electrical Engineering (Spring 2022)
Course Instructor of PGD-CM-502: Construction Informatics & Cost Estimation (Post Graduate Diploma in Construction Management) at NED Academy, NED University, Karachi (Summer 2022)
Course Instructor of PGD-CM-501: Construction Materials, Technology and Processes (Post Graduate Diploma in Construction Management) – Fall-I 2021
Course Instructor of PGD-CM-503: Construction Management Frameworks & Implementation (Post Graduate Diploma in Construction Management) – Fall-I 2021
Course instructor of CE-109: Engineering Surveying-I at Department of Electrical Engineering (Spring 2021)
Lab instructor CE-109: Engineering Surveying-I at Department of Civil Engineering (Spring 2021)
Course Trainer of nD Building Information Modelling course offered by Department of Civil Engineering to undergraduate students at Department of Civil Engineering (Spring 2021)
Course Instructor of PGD-CM-502: Construction Informatics & Cost Estimation (Post Graduate Diploma in Construction Management) at NED Academy, NED University, Karachi (Summer 2021)
Course instructor of CE-424: Essential in Construction Project Management at Department of Civil Engineering (Summer 2021)
Course instructor of CE-321: Construction Engineering at Department of Civil Engineering (Summer 2021)
After completing this course, you’ll be able to:
Draw straight and curved walls, reorient walls, and create similar walls.
Split and fillet walls.
Align walls and trim or extend walls.
Place doors and windows in walls and edit their positioning.
Center doors by creating parametric relationships to walls.
Copy windows and doors and work with tags.
Create a variety of roof types, including extruded, gable, hip, and shed.
Create straight-run stairs, modify staircases, and create and edit railings.
Quantity and Cost Estimation Introduction using Revit.
Create wall types, embed walls, and create sweeps and reveals.
Create slanted and tapered walls, and work with architectural columns.
Create and adjust curtain walls, work with curtain wall panels, and place families in curtain walls.
Create ceilings, place lights, and create floor upstands.
Use shape-editing features of floors and assign thickness to floors.
Model advanced roofs such as glazed and mansard, place fascias and gutters, and create dormer windows.
Create multi-story and u-shaped stairs, edit stair types.
Place railings in the model and edit railing types.
Create a toposurface from a linked CAD file.
Create a building pad in a toposurface and add site components.
Create mass families, edit masses, and develop the model using model by face tools.
Develop an area scheme, area plans, and area boundaries.
Work with room bounding objects, room data, schedules, and color schemes.
Work with both area and volume data for rooms.
Create and assign materials to objects.
Key Features of the Program:
Revit offers many tools for creating production-level BIM models with speed and efficiency. Dive into these essential features using an industry-standard workflow for modeling. You’ll create and work with architectural elements, such as walls, floors and ceilings, roofs, stairs, and railings. Round out your skills with lessons on topography, mass families, rooms, areas, and materials.
Key Benefits of the Program
Gain the skills needed to design buildings in 3D and work with tools that are key to your professional growth. Get a hands-on approach to creating and editing walls, doors and windows, roofs, stairs, ramps, and railings by following typical design workflows. Practice these workflows on your own and use your skills for professional career advancement.