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We understand that all our customers are unique and we tailor our approach to acknowledge that. We’d love to meet you and discuss your background, the scope of your work and your ambitions. We strive to make our services as personalized as possible. We mostly advise architects on technical issues and contractual documents, but we also train other consultants that work with BIM – if you are in the Building Integrated Modelling process we can help!

Our Training services are concerned with initiating and enhancing your command of Revit. It can take the form of individual or group training sessions and is aimed at designers who wish to pick up Revit quickly and effortlessly. In creating the best possible service for you, we will take into account factors such as your previous experience with Revit or similar BIM and/or CAD software packages, your aptitude of picking new material and perhaps your focus on a singular module of our training program (we look at you ‘Parametric Components’).

Here is a rough overview of what we can show you:

  • Interface
  • Geometry
  • Views and Sheets
  • Schedules and other uses of Non-Graphic Information
  • Annotation
  • Rooms and Areas
  • Families
  • Adaptive Components

We always have the individual customer in mind. If you are an architect who needs to get a fresh skill in their toolbox or a small team after the basics of efficient Revit collaboration, we are the right choice for you.

We want to offer the most efficient approach for you and we won’t shy away from pointing you to useful free of charge sources if that is what you need. Autodesk Design Academy is a great place to start teaching yourself the basic of Revit, or any other Autodesk Software for that matter. Autodesk offers free video tutorials for all levels of experience on a number of topics. And since it is their own resource of knowledge, you can count on its relevancy.

Yougotit! – it’s YouTube! Revit has gathered a good amount of support from this community over the years and there are many informative and up-to-date videos on all sorts of topics. Also free and quite handy to get used to – no matter what pickle you find yourself in, a quick search in Google and YouTube may be able solve your problem.

There are many ways to learn a new skill and there is no cookie-cutter method of picking up a craft. Practice does make perfect and genuine interest in Revit will go a long way – while it can feel rough around the edges sometimes, it is an amazing tool for design, communication and documentation of architectural content. Watch our blog space for some more advanced tutorials and features.