Project Management with BIM and Revit

Online /
Dec 6 - 7, 2022 /
Course Code: 13-1218-ONL22

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  • Overview
  • Syllabus
  • Instructor


After participating in this course, you will be able to:

  • Understand how BIM enables project delivery and differs from CAD workflow
  • Describe multiple uses for BIM, other than document creation
  • Navigate the model views, design views and drawings sheets developed in a Revit model
  • Develop a storyboard of a full document set for production and design staff
  • Modify objects in a Revit model


Building Information Modeling (BIM) is no longer an emerging idea. It has solidified itself as the future of delivering projects in the AEC industry, and is being requested by an increasing number of clients. BIM offers Project Managers and Leaders improved quality control, consistency and coordination.

Learn how BIM will affect your projects and how to leverage its capabilities. In this course, you will also learn the basics of Revit to deepen your understanding of your production team's workflow and capabilities.

Course Outline:

  • Discuss industry standards and best practices
  • Understand the differences of planning a BIM project
  • Working in Revit from a PM perspective
  • Exploring BIM beyond modeling and drawings
  • Delivering projects with BIM
  • The future of the AEC industry

Who Should Attend:

  • Principals, Owners
  • Architects
  • Project Managers
  • Senior Structural Engineers
  • Senior Mechanical Engineers
  • Senior Electrical Engineers
  • Senior Interior Designers
  • Senior Landscape Designers
More Information

Time: 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM Eastern Time

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Schedule - 2 Days -10:00am-5:00pm


  • Review of industry best practices

    • International and Canadian standards
    • Collaboration best practices

  • Planning BIM Projects

    • Scope, schedule and staffing
    • BIM Execution Plans
    • How can BIM be leveraged to improve the project?
    • Discipline and consultant coordination best practices
    • BIM Uses other than modeling
    • Structuring the model

  • Implementation

    • Navigating the model
    • Developing a storyboard in Revit
    • Setting up placeholder sheets and views
    • Understanding Parameters
    • Viewing model data and schedules
    • Worksharing vs Collaboration
    • Schedules in Revit

  • Delivery

    • Reviewing the project in Revit
    • Exporting to PDF and AutoCAD
    • Exporting for other BIM Uses

  • How will the future of BIM affect the AECO industry?


Travis Van Clieaf

Serving the AEC industry since 2005, Travis Van Clieaf has worked with architects, engineers, manufacturers, and contractors to deliver training that supports in-house talent, and fosters a hands-on, simplified approach to software integration. A graduate of the Sheridan College Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning, Travis has carried forward the principles of innovative learning through the application of software and technology.

Beginning his career in the building products manufacturing industry, working with insulated concrete forms, Travis became entrenched in building envelope specialties. After illustrating a design specification manual, and serving as an architectural technologist in British Columbia, Travis began working with industry professionals providing reprographic print and documentation solutions, which ultimately led to BIM implementation and training.

Through working with two Autodesk resellers – one academic and one commercial – Travis continued to diversify his skillset and expertise, helping schools and businesses to effectively use BIM, 3D printing, and robotics. Now, Travis’ focus is on BIM implementation and software integration training for design and production process management.

As a certified Autodesk Applications Specialist, Travis has provided architectural, interiors and structural BIM training to dozens of organizations. He served as a multi-discipline BIM Manager in an architectural/structural practice, and most recently with an architecture/interiors & mechanical engineering firm. Travis has been an active member of the Canadian BIM Council since 2017.

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Fee & Credits

$1050 + taxes

  • 1.4 Continuing Education Units (CEUs)
  • 14 Professional Development Hours (PDHs)
  • ECAA Annual Professional Development Points

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