The books begins with discussions of key BIM and Revit concepts before giving readers a hands-on look at the Revit interface. Part II explores today’s Revit workflows and introduces readers to templates, worksharing, and managing Revit projects. Part III dives into modeling and massing and offers detailed information on the crucial Family Editor as well as visualization techniques for various industries. Part IV covers documentation, including annotation and detailing, and explains how to work with complex walls, roofs and floors as well as curtain walls and advanced stair and railings. The final portion of the book discuss Revit for contractors and facility managers, working with Revit in the classroom (high school through graduate), virtualization, working with the API, fabrication for film and stage, and advanced, time-saving tips and tricks.