Revit Structure Training

Autodesk Revit Structure improves installation accuracy and constructability by connecting your structural design to the detailed model.



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Course on Revit Structure expands on concepts of building design through construction documentation and teaches professionals to use tools to create, analyze and document the parametric model.

Course Objectives

At the completion of Revit Structure Training with Quadraplus, you will be able to:


  • Describe building information modeling methodology.
  • Use different parts of the Revit Structure user interface and work with different types of structural elements and families.
  • Use the different views listed in the project browser, control the visibility and graphical representation of objects in a structural model,
    and work with elevation, section, and 3D views.
  • Set up a project and transfer standards between projects, add and modify levels in a structural model, and create and modify grids.
  • Add floors, foundations to the structural model, structural framing to the roof.
  • Add dimensions and spot dimension symbols, work with text and tags, create a legend with notes.
  • Work with detail views, add 3D and 2D reinforcement elements, work with drafting views and CAD.
  • Work with sheets and title blocks, print sheets, and export Revit Structure content to CAD formats.
  • Work with analytical model, analyze the model with external analysis.
  • Import and export data between AutoCAD® and AutoCAD® Architecture and Revit Structure.
  • Link Revit models, coordinate and monitor changes in a current project and a linked project, and check and fix interference conditions in Revit Structure.
  • Create, use, and manage worksets.
  • Publish Revit Structure files to Design Web Format™ (DWF™) files and work with DWF markup.

I Building Information Modeling (BIM)

  • About Building Information Modeling
  • About Bidirectional Associativity

II Revit Structure Basics

  • Revit Structure User Interface
  • The Ribbon framework
  • Structural elements
  • About Families
  • Guidelines for working with Structural elements and Families

III Viewing the Model

  • Creating views and managing views
  • View properties and templates
  • Object visibility settings
  • Modifying line styles
  • Using Filters
  • Guidelines for Controlling Object Visibility
  • Elevation and Section views
  • Controlling visibility of Elevation and Section tags
  • Guidelines for working with Elevation and Section views
  • Overview and navigating 3D views
  • Creating and modifying Camera views
  • Changing Material Properties

IV Starting a New Project

  • Project and Project Templates
  • Adding and Modifying Levels
  • About Grids
  • Methods of creating and modifying Grid Lines

V Creating Structural Columns and Walls

  • Loading and creating Structural Columns
  • Structural Column tools and options
  • About Structural Walls
  • Structural Wall Type Parameters
  • Structural Wall Instance Parameters
  • Wall Pilasters
  • Creating Wall Openings

VI Creating Frames

  • About Floor Framing
  • About Beams
  • Beam Properties
  • Guidelines for adding and modifying Beams
  • Creating Sloped Beams
  • Creating a 3D Beam System
  • Structural Steel Frames
  • Working with Braces
  • Concrete Beams
  • Vertical Justification of Beams

VII Using Dimensions and Constraints

  • About Temporary Dimensions
  • About Permanent Dimensions
  • Applying and Removing Constraints
  • Guidelines for working with Dimensions and Constraints

VIII Developing the Building Model

  • About Floors
  • Creating and Modifying Floors
  • About Ceilings
  • Creating and Modifying Ceilings
  • About Roofs
  • Sketching Roofs
  • Adding and Modifying Roofs
  • Curtain Walls, Grids and Mullions
  • Stairs and Railings

IX Detailing and Drafting

  • About Callouts
  • Working with Text and Tags
  • Creating Detail Views
  • Saving and Reusing a Detail View
  • Creating and Reusing Drafting Views

X Construction Documentation

  • Schedule and Schedule Properties
  • Exporting Schedules
  • Creating and Modifying Schedules
  • About Rooms and Room Schedules
  • Room Tags
  • Room Area and Volume
  • Material Takeoffs
  • Creating Rooms and Room Schedules
  • About Legends
  • Controlling Legend Visibility
  • Adding Keynotes and Linking Keynote Files

XI Presenting the Building Model

  • Drawing Sheets
  • Previewing and Printing Sheets and Views
  • Creating and Updating Title blocks
  • Revision Tracking
  • Revision Clouds
  • Creating and Linking DWF Files
  • Managing Revisions
  • Creating Renderings
  • Using Walkthroughs
  • Sun and Shadow Settings

XII Working with Rebar

  • 3D Rebars
  • Adding 3D Rebar to Beams and Columns
  • Working with Reinforcements
  • Area and Path Reinforcements

XIII Working with Families

  • Floor System Families
  • Creating a Slab on Metal Deck
  • Creating Precast Hollow Core Slabs
  • Tapered Moment Frames
  • Process and Guidelines of Creating a Frame
  • 3D Steel Gusset Plates
  • Steel Stiffeners
  • Stepped Footings
  • Standard Component Families

XIV Creating Trusses

  • Bar Joist Families
  • Modifying Bar Joist Families
  • Trusses
  • Creating Truss Families
  • Attaching Trusses to Roofs

XV Working with Clients and Consultants using DWG files

  • About In-Place Families
  • About Solids and Voids
  • Creating 3D Geometry .
  • Modifying In-Place Families
  • About Component Families
  • About the Family Editor
  • About Parametric Formulas
  • Process of Creating Standard Component Families
  • Guidelines for Creating and Modifying Component Families
  • About Nested Families
  • Import/Link CAD Formats Dialog
  • Linking an AutoCAD File to a Revit Structure Project
  • Export Options and Layer Settings
  • Managing Exported CAD Content
  • Exporting Content to Other CAD Formats
  • Guidelines for Importing and Exporting Data to AutoCAD

XVI Working with Clients and Consultants Using Revit Architecture

  • Linking Revit Architecture Projects
  • RVT Link Display Settings Dialog Box
  • Guidelines for Linking Revit Models
  • Copy and Monitor Tools
  • Coordinating and Monitoring Changes in a Current Project.
  • Overview About Interference Checking.
  • Guidelines for Checking and Fixing Interference Conditions.

XVII Multi User Worksharing

  • About Worksets
  • Process of Creating and Using Worksets
  • About Central Files
  • Moving Central Files
  • Methods of Opening
  • Methods of Setting Workset Visibility.
  •  Managing Worksets

XVIII Sharing your Design using DWF

  • About DWF Files
  • Publishing to 3D DWF
  • Guidelines for Publishing Revit Structure Files to DWF
  • Working with DWF Markup Files
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Tinu Jose

Civil Engineer
Revit Structure training in Quadra Plus was brilliant. Trainers at Quadra Plus were proficient and confident. The Instructor had tremendous knowledge and experience in engineering subjects and they are professional and excellent in explanation with hands-on training related to industry. Quadra Plus is my recommendation for Revit training.

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