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Part 1: General Project Setup. 1 Exploring the Revit MEP 2012 User Interface. 2 Creating an Effective Project Template. 3 Worksets and Worksharing. 4 Project Collaboration. 5 Multiplatform Interopability: Working with 2D and 3D Data. 6 Parameters. 7 Schedules. Part 2: Revit MEP for Mechanical. 8 HVAC Cooling and Heating Load Analysis. 9 Creating Logical Systems. 10 Mechanical Systems and Ductwork. 11 Mechanical Piping. Part 3: Revit MEP for Electrical. 12 Lighting. 13 Power and Communications. 14 Circuiting and Panels. Part 4: Revit MEP for Plumbing. 15 Plumbing (Domestic, Sanitary, Other). 16 Fire Protection. Part 5: Managing Content in Revit MEP. 17 Solid Modeling. 18 Creating Symbols and Annotations. 19 Creating Equipment. 20 Creating Light Fixtures. 21 Creating Devices. 22 Details. 23 Sheets.
Don Bokmiller is BIM Manager at Clark Nexsen Architecture & Engineering in Norfolk, Virginia, and also provides training and support for Revit MEP through Inlet Technology, an Autodesk Channel Partner. He has worked in the architectural/engineering design community for more than 14 years, has been a valued member of the beta testing team since Revit MEP's first release, and is an active and well-known AUGI forum participant. Simon Whitbread has over 25 years of experience in the construction industry and has been teaching Revit to students of all experience levels for the past 7 years. He is part of the Revit beta testing group and provides implementation, training, and support services. He is also a committee member for Revit Technology Conference (RTC). Joel Londenberg is the BIM Manager for ACH Mechanical, an HVAC contractor. He has also been a training and implementation consultant specializing in Revit MEP and has many years of MEP design experience on a wide range of projects.