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Revit MEP Mechanical

Revit MEP Mechanical Course

Revit Mechanical Training Overview:

Revit MEP Training:

  • Revit MEP Mechanical Training


  • Revit MEP classroom training. Instructor led hands-on classes.

Revit MEP Project Work:

  • Project using Revit MEP for Mechanical
  • Revit MEP Mechanical

Revit MEP Course Length:

  • 2 Weeks or Fast Track 2 Days

Revit Mechanical Training Includes:

  • Hands-on Training, Lab Exercises, Project work, Unlimited Lab Access, Free Re-training

Revit Mechanical Training Locations:

  • Liverpool Street, London
  • London Bridge, London
  • Moorgate, London

Flexible Starting Dates:

  • Revit Mechanical Training on Weekdays, Weekends and Evenings

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Virtual Training is the same as Face-to-Face Training

Virtual Classroom is the best option for anyone wishing to get an instructor-led training - while staying in the comfort of their home or office.

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This is an On-Demand course. Please call us on 0207 256 2268 to arrange the training as per your requirement.

Revit MEP Mechanical Course Description

Autodesk has taken Mechanical digital CAD drawing to next level with very innovative ideas and really powerful tools. AutoDesk Revit MEP Mechanical design software is what every single engineer is very curious to learn. With Autodesk Revit MEP Mechanical you can develop higher quality and accurate scaled designs in few minutes. The tools in Revit MEP Mechanical support Building Information Modelling (BIM). Using Revit MEP Mechanical you can Create a Mechanical Design, Analyze, Collaborate, create documentation and Visualize it.

Using Revit MEP uses preloaded 3D objects to create perfect design within few clicks and other customized objects as needed. Transforming them visually into 3D are just a click away making Mechanical design’s jobs efficient, easier and less time consuming using Revit MEP tools. Revit drawings are fully coordinated in terms of the creating the objects. Such a powerful tools will allow users to manipulate drawing in the project or even a single individual 3D object in geometrical models. Excellent advantage of using Revit is its rendering engine which makes more realistic image and visualize it perfectly.

How impressive it can be ! Attending Autodesk Revit MEP Mechanical training with Training Square would enable you to acquire all the skills required for competent and efficient usage of the Revit MEP Mechanical software.

At Training Square we have Industry Expert and Certified Trainers with many years of industry experience who would patiently guide you to achieve your goal and certainly our learning environment is very friendly.

Our success lies on your success. Please call us on 0207 256 2268 and speak with our helpful course adviser and we will guide you through the enrolment process.

Revit MEP Mechanical Course Highlight

  • Autodesk Revit MEP - Mechanical
  • Autodesk Revit MEP - Project Work
  • Revit MEP - Worksets and Worksharing
  • Revit MEP Mechanical

Revit MEP Mechanical

Autodesk Revit MEP Mechanical General Tools

Exploring the User Interface

  • The Ribbon, Tabs, Contextual Tabs, Editor Tabs 
  • Customizing the Ribbon, Toolbar, User Interface
  • Properties Palette, View Control Bar, Status Bar
  • Info Center, Menus and Settings
  • Keyboard Shortcuts, Graphics 
  • Context Menus 

Creating an Effective Project Template

  • Understanding Templates, Project Browser Organization
  • Sorting Views within Groups, Types of Views
  • Setting the Number of Levels, Working with Plan Types 
  • Creating a Working View , Display Settings for Views
  • Template Views, Schedule Views
  • Establishing Project Settings 
  • Object Styles, Drafting Line Settings 
  • Export Settings, Annotation Styles
  • Project Units and Phases
  • Defining Preloaded Content and Its Behavior
  • Annotation, Component, System Families
  • MEP Settings, Creating Sheet Standards
  • Titleblocks, Sheet Organization

Worksets and Worksharing

  • Understanding Central Files 
  • Creating a Central File, New Workset 
  • Creating and Working with Local Files 
  • Synchronizing a Local File with the Central File 
  • Managing and Using the Power of Worksets 

Project Collaboration

  • Preparing Your Files for Sharing
  • Working with Linked Revit Files, Linking Revit Files,  Managing Revit Links 
  • Monitoring Elements, Responding to Change Alerts
  • Reconciling Hosting, Maintaining Project Coordination
  • Linking CAD Files 
  • Exporting Revit File to a CAD Format
  • Using Image Files in a Revit MEP
  • Autodesk Revit Server
  • Cloud-Based Solutions

Multiplatform Interoperability: Working with 2D and 3D Data 

  • 2D Data Types
  • 2D Data for Standard Details 
  • 2D Data for Plans, Sections, and Elevations
  • 3D Data Types, ADSK 
  • AutoCAD DWG, SketchUp 
  • Other File Formats 


  • Understanding Parameter Basics
  • Choosing the Correct Parameter 
  • Naming Parameters 
  • Type Parameters, Instance Parameters
  • Setting Parameter Discipline, Type, and Grouping
  • Using Parameters in Families 
  • Dimensional Parameters Lock Function
  • Parameter Types, Type Catalogs, Formulas
  • System Parameters, Lookup Tables
  • Using Shared Parameters, Project Parameters 
  • Parameters in Schedules 
  • Working with Formulas, Rounding 


  • Defining Schedules 
  • Fields Tab, Filter Tab, Sorting/Grouping Tab 
  • Formatting Tab, Appearance Tab
  • Editing a Schedule 
  • Mechanical Equipment Schedules
  • Lighting Fixture, System Family, Model Component Schedules
  • Using Schedules for Design and Analysis
  • Schedule Keys, Panel Schedules
  • Using Schedules for Project Management
  • Sheet List, View List, Note Block 

Autodesk Revit Revit MEP Mechanical

HVAC Cooling and Heating Load Analysis

  • Modeling Spaces for Building Load Analysis
  • Creating Spaces
  • Placing Spaces
  • Creating a Space Properties Schedule
  • Modifying Space Properties 
  • Creating Zones 
  • Setting Building Construction Options 
  • Performing Heating and Cooling Load Analysis
  • Load Analysis 
  • Weather Data
  • Outdoor Air Infiltration
  • Sliver Spaces
  • Details
  • Heating and Cooling Loads Report
  • Performing Conceptual Energy Analysis on Your Building
  • Setting Up the Model
  • Keeping It Simple 
  • Performing Energy Simulation
  • Analyzing Duct and Pipe System Pressure
  • Exporting gbXML Data to Load-Simulating Software
  • The Bottom Line

Creating Logical Systems

  • Managing Systems
  • Why Are Systems Important?
  • Mechanical Settings
  • System Browser
  • Setting Up Air Systems
  • Understanding Parameters
  • Creating Mechanical Systems
  • Setting Up Piping Systems
  • Understanding Parameters
  • Creating Pipe Systems 
  • Creating Fire-Protection Systems
  • Setting Display Properties of Systems 
  • Understanding Child and Parent Relationships in Revit Systems
  • Using System Filters
  • The Bottom Line

Mechanical Systems and Ductwork 

  • Air Distribution Components 
  • Mechanical Equipment Components 
  • Air Conditioning/Handling Units 
  • VAV Boxes 
  • Ductwork
  • Duct Types and Routing
  • Creating New Duct Types
  • Using Automatic Duct Routing 
  • Using Manual Duct Routing
  • Duct Sizing 
  • Choosing a Duct Sizing Method 
  • Using the Duct Routing Tools
  • The Bottom Line

Mechanical Piping

  • Mechanical Pipe Settings 
  • Creating Piping Systems 
  • Creating Pipe Types 
  • Defining Fitting Angles
  • Selecting Fittings for Routing Preferences 
  • Choosing Pipe Materials and Sizes 
  • Adjusting the Pipe Sizing Table 
  • Using the Fluids Table 
  • Pipe Routing Options 
  • Automatic Pipe Routing
  • Manual Pipe Routing
  • Pipe Fittings 
  • Using Pipe Fitting Controls
  • Placing Valves 
  • Adding Piping Insulation 
  • Defining Systems Visibility through Filters
  • The Bottom Line

Managing Content in Autodesk Revit MEP  Mechanical

Solid Modeling

  • Solids and Voids
  • Extrusions, Blends, Revolves, Sweeps 
  • Swept Blends, Joining Geometry 
  • Voids, Reference Planes and Lines 
  • Constraints and Dimensions 
  • Visibility Control, In-Place Massing

Creating Symbols and Annotations 

  • Using Drafting Tools in Revit
  • Drawing Arcs, Using Other Drawing Tools 
  • Creating Filled Regions
  • Building a Symbol Library
  • Generic Annotations 
  • Subcategories, Text and Labels 
  • Detail Components
  • Controlling Visibility of Lines, Regions, and Annotations
  • Using Visibility Parameters
  • Using Constraints, Using Labels and Tags
  • Label Format Options, Labels and Linework 

Creating Equipment 

  • Modeling MEP Equipment
  • Hosting Options, Family Categories
  • Detail Level, Geometry for Connection Points 
  • Equipment Pads 
  • Adding Connectors to Equipment Families 
  • Duct Connectors, Pipe Connectors 
  • Electrical Connectors
  • Multiple Connectors in Families 
  • Creating Clearance Spaces 
  • Adding Parameters and Constraints 

Creating Lighting Fixtures 

  • Understanding Types of Lighting Fixture Families
  • Nonhosted Lighting Fixtures
  • Face-Hosted Lighting Fixtures
  • Face-Hosted Families for Wall-Mounted Lights 
  • Fixture Types Based on Dimensions
  • Fixture Types Based on Fixture Performance and Lighting Characteristics 
  • Naming Conventions
  • Performing a Lighting Analysis 
  • Light Source Location 
  • Light Source Definitions 
  • Light Source Parameters 
  • Using Fixture Families as Intelligent Objects 
  • Using Parameters 
  • Adding Connectors 
  • Representing Light Fixtures on Construction Documents

Creating Devices 

  • Modeling Device Geometry
  • Category and Parameters 
  • Geometry and Reference Planes
  • Using Annotations for Devices 
  • Adding Parameters and Connectors
  • Using Parameters for Labels
  • Adding Connectors 
  • The Bottom Line


  • Drafting and Detailing Tools
  • Line Styles 
  • Regions
  • Detail Components
  • CAD Details 
  • Using Drafting Views
  • Converting Details 
  • Strategies for Creating a Detail Library 
  • Inserting 2D Elements 
  • Inserting Views
  • Model Detail Views 
  • Plan Callouts 
  • Section Callouts


  • Creating a Titleblock 
  • Using Existing CAD Graphics 
  • Using Text and Labels 
  • Using Logos and Images
  • Working with Sheets in a Project
  • Organizing Project Browser Sheets
  • Placing Views on Sheets 
  • Working with Viewports
  • Adding Annotations 
  • Placing Schedules
  • Using Sheet Lists 
  • Making Sheet Revisions 
  • Printing Sheets 
  • Exporting Sheets 

Price Info: £990

  • Hands-on Tutor Led Training
  • Classroom Based Practical Training
  • Unlimited Practice Lab Access
  • Small Size Class and Interactive Sessions
  • Lab Exercises
  • Mock Exam
  • WiFi Internet
  • Refreshments
  • Completion Certificate
  • Free Re-training
  • Cost is calculated at 70 percent Tuition Vatable and 30 percent Training Book(s) with 0 rated Vat






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