Revit® Architecture 2011: A Comprehensive Guide offers students a hands-on series of tutorials, arranged hierarchically, to acquaint them with the features and methodology of the Revit 2011 program. Once a student has successfully completed the basic exercises, he/she can then move on to the final project, which puts all the exercises together and illustrates the development of a real-world project from start to finish. Written by a practicing architect and educator, this text appeals to architects, architectural draftsmen, and students because it approaches the use of Revit for real-world application from the perspective of a professional in the field.
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H. Edward Goldberg, AIA, is a practicing licensed architect with over 25 years cumulative experience as a designer, project architect, construction project manager, owner of a design/build practice, technical writer, author and educator. He served as Coordinator of CAD and Multi-Media at Carroll Community College, from 1994-1999, and as Coordinator of the Industrial Program at Towson University, from 2000-2003. Ed's lecture and workshop credits include participation in Autodesk University, AEC Systems Expos, and AIA Chapter forums.
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