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Introduction to Revit 2014
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Released Sep 12, 2013
Pierre Derenoncourt

Pluralsight

Pierre Derenoncourt
In this series of lessons, we'll learn to quickly get started in Revit by utilizing some of the most commonly used tools when working on a project.

We'll start by setting the levels associated with our building. From there, we'll learn how to place elements like floors, walls and stairs into your project in order to begin defining your spaces. We'll also tackle any technical issues you may experience while placing elements. And finally, we'll finish by learning the basic techniques in creating a roof system for your project.
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Partner
Introduction and project overview
1

Introduction and project overview

 
00:45
Setting levels in Revit
2

Setting levels in Revit

 
07:14
Creating floors in Revit
3

Creating floors in Revit

 
09:58
Creating walls in Revit
4

Creating walls in Revit

 
11:18
Placing components into models and plans in Revit
5

Placing components into models and plans in Revit

 
13:41
Creating  stairs by using the Stair By Component
6

Creating stairs by using the Stair By Component

 
08:48
Creating stairs by using the Stair By Sketch tool
7

Creating stairs by using the Stair By Sketch tool

 
10:31
Creating a guardrail for floor openings in Revit
8

Creating a guardrail for floor openings in Revit

 
05:11
Creating a basic roof system in Revit
9

Creating a basic roof system in Revit

 
10:36