Setwin Online


Course Description

Revit helps civil engineers to deliver the best performance by making a virtual representation of building products. Starting from the Design Development & Coordination, 3D Modelling, Drawing Set Creation to Quantity Take-off, civil engineers come to know about the individual product specifications of the building like the colour, tolerance, cost and other info and thus can make informed decisions.

Well, Revit is software mainly used for 3D Modelling or BIM (Building Information modelling). It will create a perfect scenario of what is going to happen at the construction site. So basically all the design clashes will be able to rectify using the Revit Model. Moreover, there is an option for Structural Design and Analysis of Framing, Columns, Slabs, etc. We can use this software for Rebar detailing. And the most important one is the cost reduction in Estimation of the project as we can purge all the unwanted and unused materials.

What will you learn?

Revit software delivers tools that support architectural design, MEP engineering, structural engineering, and construction. Revit is specifically built for BIM to help you design, build, and maintain higher-quality, more energy-efficient buildings. Comprehensive features make it an ideal solution for the entire building project team.

By learning Revit, you as a design and construction professionals will be able to bring ideas from concept to construction with a coordinated and consistent model-based approach.


This course is aimed at new Auto desk Revit Architecture users or other Autodesk software users who want to learn essential elements of Autodesk Revit Architecture. No previous CAD experience is necessary. However, architectural design, drafting or engineering experience is highly recommended



  • Introduction to Revit

  Installation System Requirement for Revit

  • Installation System Requirement for Revit

  Introduction to BIM

  • Introduction to BIM

  Revit User Interface

  • User Interface Lecture-1 (Quick Access Tool, Navigation)
  • User Interface Lecture-2 (Option Bar, Type Selector, View Control Bar, Status Bar)
  • User Interface Lecture-3 (Project Browser)

  Working with Project

  • Creating a New Project from File
  • Adding Levels
  • Adding Grids

  Modelling Columns

  • Adding Columns

  Modelling Walls and Floor

  • Adding Walls
  • Add Material to the Wall
  • Adding Walls to Other Elements
  • Creating Curtain Walls
  • Embedding One Wall into Another Wall
  • Creating a Floor

  Modelling Windows

  • Adding Windows

  Modelling Doors

  • Adding doors
  • Adding Doors in Curtain Wall

  Modelling Roof

  • Modelling Roof Lecture
  • Creating an Opening in a Floor & Roof or Ceiling

   Working with Stairs and Ramp

  • Working with Stairs Part-1
  • Create a Spiral Stair by Sketch
  • Working with Stairs Part-2
  • Creation of Ramp

  Calculate the Materials

  • Area
  • Volume Calculation

  Views, visibility and graphic controls

  • Working with visibility graphics
  • View template
  • Hiding and Isolating Objects in a Model Reveal and Unhide Hidden Elements


  • Sheets – Sizes and Basics
  • Sheets in Project Templates
  • External Information on a Sheet
  • Add Views to a Sheet
  • Hiding Parts of a View on a Sheet
  • Align Views on a Sheet
  • Enter Project-Specific Information for Title Blocks

  Creating Revit Links

  • Linking AutoCAD Drawing Files
  • Editing DWG file in Visibility Graphics
  • Creating Revit Links
  • Exporting Revit (RVT files to another format)

  Plumbing Fixtures and Using constraints

  • Adding Plumbing Fixtures
  • Editing Plumbing Fixtures
  • Using constraints


  • Adding Text
  • Adding Dimension
  • Adding Symbols
  • Using Model Lines

  Understanding View Range

  • Understanding View Range_Part 01
  • Understanding View Range_Part 02
  • Elements Intersected by the Cut Plane

  Creating Families in Revit

  • Create an Extrusion
  • Sweep
  • Revolve
  • Blend Lecture-01
  • Blend Lecture-02

  Making Furniture Using Family Tools

  • Making Kitchen Rack Using Family Tools
  • Making Table Using Family Tools

  Toposurface and Contours

  • Creating Toposurface by Placing Points
  • Split Toposurface
  • Creating Toposurface Sub-regions
  • Labelling Contour Lines
  • Create Property Lines
  • Building Pad
  • Contours

  Entourage in a Project View

  • Place Plants and Entourage in a Project View Lecture-01
  • Place Plants and Entourage in a Project View Lecture-02

  Developing 3D Model in Revit

  • Developing 3D Model in Revit_Part 01
  • Developing 3D Model in Revit_Part 02
  • Developing 3D Model in Revit_Part 03