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Thursday, October 18, 2007

Revit Training - Architecture, Structure and MEP - Live web based training 10/22 - 10/24 and beyond...

We've officially gone national for Revit training and implementation. Since so few resellers are offering Revit Architecture, Revit Structure and Revit MEP training, we're now offering our services to any firm in the United States. Best part is, we can do it live and over the internet. We include the official Autodesk training manual and 2 hours of post training support. The only requirement is that you have dual monitors or 2 computers side by side so you can see the teacher's screen remotely and work on the interactive exercises. Even if you haven't purchased Revit yet, you can download the trial and by Wednesday afternoon, you'll be up and running on Revit. Click the download link at the top of the page to get started.

We've trained over 130 people in the last 9 weeks on Revit Architecture, Structure and MEP. We've trained national firms Leo A. Daly, HOK and Ross and Baruzzini and the international firm of HHCP.




Want real proof? One of my Revit techs created the ICU and hospital surgical suite in a little over 3 hours today for a client who had to have a 3D model to show a client. (Somebody call Hill-Rom and tell them to get all of their hospital equipment converted so we don't have to do it.) We can help you get to the next level of design, coordination and collaboration. The sooner you call us, the sooner you'll be kicking your competitors' butts.

1 comments:

Yasmeen November 26, 2011 at 7:35 AM  

Architectural rendering is the art of creating a two-dimensional image of a projected architectural design, which can help architects and architecture students to see the building they are about to build before construction even begins. Traditionally, architectural rendering was done by hand, but now architects and students prefer using computer-assisted architectural rendering. This is because doing so provides them with a 3D image of a structure that is very realistic and allows them to make the modifications using their computers without having to do everything all over again. However, using computer-assisted architectural rendering requires that people undergo training so that they can effectively use the the software. The good news is that most schools include this training in their curriculum, so architects can always avail themselves of the training from a number of sources an, example of which is the Internet. List of Colleges in Philippines offering Architecture courses

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