Revit MEP Course – ACTMEP

Revit MEP Training Institute in Bangalore


About Course

The Revit MEP course helps you master core domains like Modelling, Quantity Survey, MEP Coordination. In addition to the 13 core modules in this Revit MEP Training in Bangalore, designed by Alpine Coach Tree (ACT), we offer project-based training to the help the students to get the live experience


Revit MEP is a building information modeling (BIM) software which is used by MEP Engineers to design. It allows designing complex building systems with the shorter amount of time with less risk and with accuracy. Other benefits of Revit MEP are, one change made in one part of the model will automatically get distributed to the other parts of the model improving the work process.
Students who have completed Mechanical, Electrical & Civil Engineering can opt for this Revit MEP Training in Bangalore which adds additional skills to their career, since there are many graduates out there with AutoCAD without knowing what to do. We at ACT give you a specific direction for you to choose your career.

Who can Join?

What you learn in Revit MEP Training?

Learn all about integrated designs, analysis and also documentation to provide support for building projects from the very conception to the process of its construction. There are many struggling engineers out there. Such an additional course like this can help them fathom the practicality of the jobs that they are going to do.

Key Features

Revit MEP Opportunities

Since there is a shortage of Revit MEP Modellers, there are numerous opportunities available in the market to fill the gap. After finishing this course, a graduate can fetch job opportunities like BIM Modeller, BIM Coordinator, BIM Manager and much more.

  • About Bidirectional Associatively
  • Revit Architecture Basics
  • Projects
  • Default Project Template
  • Revit File Types
  • Exploring The User Interface
  • The Design Bar
  • Building Elements
  • Revit Elements And Families
  • Starting A Projects
  • Levels
  • Creating Levels
  • Defining Levels
  • Modifying Levels
  • Introduction To Walls
  • Starting A Design
  • Starting A Design
  • Temporary Dimensions
  • Drawing Aids
  • Guidelines For Placing Walls
  • Adding & Modifying Walls
  • Wall Properties
  • Joints
  • Modifying Complex Walls
  • Interserting And Modifying Layers
  • Edit Wall Joints
  • Editing And Preventing Wall Joints
  • Trim / Extend
  • Offset
  • Align
  • Macth
  • Move
  • Copy
  • Visibility Of Graphics
  • Array
  • Tap Measure
  • Doors
  • Creating A New Door Type
  • Modifying The Doors<M/Li>
  • Windows
  • Creating A New Window Types
  • Modifying Windows
  • Components
    • Adding Components
    • Modifying Components
  • Openings
    • Edit Profile
    • Wall Openings
  • Managing Views
  • Views
  • Views Templates
  • Working With Views
  • Controlling Objectvisibility
  • Object Visibility Settings
  • Section And Elevation
  • Elevation Views
  • Viewing The Building Model
  • Creating The Editing Views
  • View Properties
  • About 3d Views
  • Creating And Modifying The 3d Views
  • About Cameras
  • Dimensions And Constraints
  • Working With Dimensions
  • Temporary Dimensions
  • Constraints
  • Applying And Removing Constraints
  • Floors
    • Creating Floors
    • Modifying Floors
  • Ceilings
    • Creating Ceiling
    • Modifying Ceiling
  • Roofs
    • Creating Roofs
    • Processof Skeching Roofs
    • Modifying Roofs
    • Join / Un Join Roofs
  • Openings
    • Shaft Opening
    • Dormer Openings
    • Vertical Opening
  • Curtain Walls
    • Curtain Systems
    • Curtain Gridsand Mullions
    • Creating Curtain Walls And Modifyins Curtaingrids
    • Grids And Mullions
  • Stairs And Railings
    • Creating Stairs And Railing
    • Modifying Stairs And Railing
  • massing
    • create mass solid &void
    • place mass
    • wall by face
    • floorby face
    • curtain systemby face
    • roof by face
    • join geomentry
    • un join geomentry
    • cut geomentry
    • don’t cut geomentry
  • Text & Tags
    • Creating Taxt& Tags
    • Detail And Drafting Views
  • Call Out
    • Call Out Views
    • Creating Reference Call Out
  • Detail View
    • Add Coinstruction Detail To A Detail View
    • Recusing A Detail View
  • Drafting Views
    • Recusing Drafting Views
  • rooms
    • room schedules
    • adding room tags and calculate room vollume
    • modifying room area and volume
    • material take offs
  • legends & key notes
    • controlling legend visibility
    • key noting
    • linking sadding keynotes files
  • Sheets
  • Creating Drawing Sheets
  • Working With Drawing Sheets
  • Previewing & Painting Sheets & Views
  • Title Blocks
  • Creating &Operating Title Blocks
  • Representing The Building Model
  • Drawing Sheets
  • Working With Drawing Sheets
  • Rendering
    • Settings For Creating Renderings
  • Sun & Shadow
    • Sun& Shadow Setting

Revit – Hvac

  • Introduction To Hvac System
  • Creating Spaces Creating Zones
  • Load Calculation
  • Air Terminal Selection / Sizing
  • Duct Routing
  • Ducting Sizing
  • External Static Pressure Calculation
  • Quantity Survey

Revit – Electrical

  • Introduction To Electrical System
  • Lighting Calculation
  • Working With Electrical Equipments
  • Load Calculation
  • Circuits
  • Creating Switch System
  • Cables
  • Panel Schedules

Revit – Plumbing

  • Introduction To Plumbing System
  • Plumbing Fixture
  • Pipe Sizing
  • Supply System
  • Drainage System
  • Creating Routing Preference
  • Pressure Drop Calculation

Revit – Fire Fighting

  • Introduction To Fire Fighting System
  • Sprinkler System
  • Pipe Sizing
  • Creating Routing Preference
  • Static Pressure Calculation
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