The title of this class speaks for itself. You will learn everything you need to know about Revit MEP software, focusing entirely on the electrical side. Topics will include managing your project template; creating 2D annotation symbols and electrical families; creating more efficient diagrams; using filters for your electrical systems; and laying out fixtures. We'll also look at devices and equipment, circuiting, and scheduling. We will cover techniques for achieving better coordination between disciplines (mechanical, electrical, and plumbing) and making the most out of Revit MEP software, and we will discuss some best practices. We will also share with you an actual project that implemented items discussed during this lecture.
- Learn different techniques for efficient diagrams and discover why it's better in Revit software—forget linked CAD files
- Learn how to create efficient 2D annotations and electrical families and discover that it's not always about how they look, but how they work
- Learn how to use filters for better workflow
- Learn about coordination practices between electrical and mechanical, plumbing, and lighting, and discuss how we should we handle this