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How To Design Fire Walls In Revit

Tuesday, January 23, 2018

12pm – 1pm EST (60 minutes)


Autodesk Revit is a design and modelling tool, used for Building Information Modelling. It is used by architects and designers to design and conceptualize construction designs while working on a multi-disciplinary design process. Walls in Revit are an important aspect, and these can act as a host to a variety of elements, from doors and windows to even switch boards, wall sweeps, wall reveals and any wall-based component such as light switches, electrical sockets, or radiators. County Planning departments as well as construction teams need floor plans that designate the fire ratings of walls to ensure compliance with building code.

This webinar will walk you through the concept of firewalls in Revit.


» Introduction to Revit and firewalls
» Learn how to change the appearance of Revit walls using hatch patterns to designate different fire ratings
» Learn how to create a custom wall tag to designate the different wall types
» Creating the sheet with the floor plan, including a legend and schedule
» Q&A session with the speaker

Target Audience

» Architects
» Structural Engineers
» Drafters
» Modelers
» Structural Designers

Featured Speaker:

AutoCAD Instructor
  Rojer Mujica

Speaker Bio:

Roger has over 20 years of experience working with challenging projects in the management and support in CAD and 3D Studio Systems for Architectural Firms, Interior Design Firms and Engineering Companies.

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