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Introduction to BIM with Autodesk Revit (Closed course)

Basic data


May 16th, 18th and 19th 2017


From 10 a.m. to 2.15 p.m.




Enrolled students in Master and Postgraduate’s programmes (M&P): 85 € the first two courses. The third course and the following ones will have a price of 75 €. | Not enrolled in M&P: 195 € each course (Alumni Bold: 15 % discount).




BIM (Building Information Modelling) is something more than modeling in 3D an architectonic project. It is a working methodology that helps coordinate and include all data of the building in a unique information source. The building is virtually built before taking it to the physical structure, anticipating the possible divergences when designing, where it is easier to give solutions. As a consequence, all project documentation is generated automatically and is always up to date: blueprints, measures, surfaces, etc. BIM is not the future of building design, it is the present, as the fact that most of the sector’s companies ask for Revit knowledge in their job offers and the Administration starts to require it on its documents.


Aimed at Master and Postgraduate students


Requirements Basic knowledge of CAD tools


To make the BIM methodology known for its common use in the labour market.

Structure and Contents

The course will be developed in 3 sessions, in which the following subjects will be developed:

  1. BIM basic concepts
  2. Approach to Revit interface
  3. Beginning of a project
  4. Basic structural elements
  5. Complex structural elements
  6. Visibility control and computer graphics
  7. Project documentation
  8. Surface works
  9. Measures
  10. Introduction to families.

Teaching Staff


Architect by ETSAB and Master in ADDA by ELISAVA. After working several years as an architect designer in the construction of the Sagrada Familia basilica in Barcelona, he joined the Modelical team, where he works as a BIM and parametric design consultant in international projects (airports, football fields, hospitals, metropolitan railways…).

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