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Autodesk Revit MEP (Mechanical Electrical and Plumbing) For Building Services Engineers



To take full advantage of Building Information Modelling (BIM), the Autodesk Revit Fundamentals for MEP have been designed to teach the concepts and principles of creating 3D parametric models of MEP systems from engineering design through construction documentation.

This 4-days (32-hour) course is intended to introduce users to the software’s user interface and the basic HVAC, electrical, and piping/plumbing components that make the Autodesk Revit software a powerful and flexible engineering modelling tool. The course will also familiarize users with the tools required to create, document, and print the parametric model.

The examples and practices are designed to take the users through the basics of a full MEP project from linking in an architectural model to construction documents.

  • Working with the Autodesk Revit software’s basic viewing, drawing, and editing commands.

  • Inserting and connecting MEP components and using the System Browser.

  • Review Revit file work-sharing, terminology, and workflow.

  • Working with linked Revit files and CAD files.

  • Creating spaces and zones so that you can analyse heating and cooling loads.

  • Creating HVAC networks with air terminals, mechanical equipment, ducts, and pipes.

  • Creating plumbing networks with plumbing fixtures and pipes.

  • Creating electrical circuits with electrical equipment, devices, and lighting fixtures and adding cable trays and conduits.

  • Creating HVAC and plumbing systems with automatic duct and piping layouts.

  • Testing duct, piping, and electrical systems.

  • Creating and annotating construction documents.

  • Adding tags and creating schedules.

  • Detailing in the Autodesk Revit software.



  • Access to the 2021.0 or later version of the software.

  • This training introduces the fundamental skills you need to learn the Autodesk Revit MEP software. It is highly recommended that you have experience and knowledge in MEP (Mechanical, Electrical, and Plumbing) engineering and general building services engineering, and its terminology.

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