Learn the basics of MEP design in Revit 2020. This course covers mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and fire protection design, using examples in metric units (meters).
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- Electrical features
- Mechanical features
- Plumbing features
- Fire protection features
- Adopting Revit into your workflow
- Creating detailed views
- Importing details
- Creating sheets
- Controlling revisions
- MEP fabrication parts
Skill Level Beginner
Revit: Tips, Tricks, and Troubleshootingwith Paul F. Aubin28h 13m Intermediate
1. Starting a Revit Project
2. Revit Electrical
3. Revit Mechanical
4. Revit Plumbing
5. Revit Worlkflow
6. MEP Fabrication Parts
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