Thursday, December 20, 2018

Revit MEP Fundamentals Course

Revit MEP software is a Building Information Modeling (BIM) solution for mechanical, electrical, and plumbing engineers. It provides an integrated design, analysis, and documentation tool to support building systems projects from concept through construction.


Revit MEP software is a Building Information Modeling (BIM) solution for mechanical, electrical, and plumbing engineers. It provides an integrated design, analysis, and documentation tool to support building systems projects from concept through construction.


Trainees will learn the recommended workflows and basic skills required to navigate Revit MEP and use its tools to
create and modify mechanical, piping and plumbing systems.
Upon completion of the course, the student will be able to:
 Set up a project; produce a building information model of a commercial design for mechanical and
plumbing systems.
 Extract 2Ddrawings for construction documents.
 Use the work sharing features to collaborate with multiple users on a single project.
 Document a project with all necessary floor plans, ceiling plans, sections, details, sheets, annotations, general
notes and keynotes.

  •    Revit MEP Professional  8 class x 4 hours = 32 hours
  •    Revit MEP installed on your computer.

Course Contents

Getting started with MEP projects
 Creating Project.
 Linking Revit Links.
 Modifying visibility of the Revit link.
 Understanding work sharing concepts (Extracted from the Advanced Level).
 Preparing central file (Extracted from the Advanced Level).
 Preparing the local file (s). (Extracted from the Advanced Level).
Creating and Applying a View Template
Modifying System Settings
Creating a Mechanical System
 Planning Mechanical (HVAC) Systems.
 Understanding spaces.
 Placing spaces.
 Editing spaces.
 Modifying spaces’ properties
 Creating zones.
 Adding /removing spaces to/from zones.
 Modifying zones’ properties.
 Understanding the analytical model.
 Working with analytical model.
 Performing cooling and heating loads calculations.
 Cooling and heating calculations report.
 Understanding and working with schedules.
 Preparing air flow schedule.
 Spaces color fill as per calculated air flow
Designing Mechanical Air Systems
 Understanding hosted and non-hosted families.
 Understanding and modifying the mechanical settings for ducts and pipes.
 Placing hosted and non-hosted air terminals.
 Placing air handling equipment.
 Creating duct works using generate layout.
 Manually creating duct work.
 Preparing the isometric duct works.
Designing a Mechanical Piping System
 Adding mechanical equipment.
 Creating a piping system.
 Adding pipe using generate layout.
 Adding valves. Sizing Pipes.
 Inspecting the system.
 Preparing the piping isometric piping diagrams.
 Preparing the 3D sections.
Creating an Electrical System
 Planning an Electrical System.
 Specifying electrical (wires, cable trays and conduits) settings.
 Defining required lighting levels.
 Preparing required LUX levels schedule.
 Working with key schedules.
 Creating color fills for LUX levels.
Designing an Electrical System
 Adding hosted and non-hosted lighting fixtures.
 Modifying lighting fixtures properties.
 Placing switches, junction boxes and receptacles.
 Creating lighting circuits.
 Creating a switch system.
 Creating power systems.
 Creating and modifying panel schedule templates.
 Creating a panel schedules.
 Checking the design.
Creating a Plumbing System
 Planning a Plumbing System.
 Configuring a plumbing and piping system.
Designing a Plumbing System
 Adding sanitary fixtures.
 Creating a sanitary system.
 Preparing drainage isometric.
 Creating cold water system.
 Creating hot water system.

 Preparing cold and hot water isometric.
Creating a Fire Protection System
 Planning a Fire Protection System.
 Specifying pipe settings.
 Determining zone requirements.
 Creating a sprinkler design schedule.
Designing a Fire Protection System
 Adding sprinklers.
 Creating a piping system using generate layout.
 Creating the piping system manually.
 Modifying pipe diameters.
Documenting a Project
 Creating documentation views.
 Working with annotations and dimensions.
 Detailing.
 Preparing bill of quantities for all electromechanical disciplines.
 Modifying the project browser settings.
 Working with filters.

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Our Team

  • Hussien HafezAerospace Engineer
  • Mina MagedAerospace Engineer
  • Mohamed AliAerospace Engineer
  • Abdellatif RashedElectrical Engineer
  • Mostafa HamodaAerospace Engineer
  • Moaz El SweifyAerospace Engineer