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ITT Technical Institute
DT1320
Building Information Modeling (BIM)
Onsite Course
SYLLABUS
Credit hours: 4.5
Contact/Instructional hours: 56 (34 Theory Hours, 22 Lab Hours)
Prerequisite(s) and/or Corequisite(s):
Prerequisites: DT1230 CAD Methods or equivalent
Course Description:
This course examines architectural planning and design utilizing Building Information
Management (BIM) techniques. Fundamental design methods and practices for the
creation of architectural drawings are presented, with emphasis on the content of the
drawings and the production skills. Topics include the development of floor plans,
elevations and sections of building projects.
Building Information Modeling (BIM)
Syllabus
Where Does This Course Belong?
This course is an Introduction to Building Information Modeling (BIM) using the Revit software that serves
the Drafting and Design Technology Program in the School of Drafting and Design.
DT1110
Introduction to
Drafting and
Design
Technology
DT1210
Rapid
Visualization
Techniques
DT1230
CAD Methods
DT1430
Parametric
Modeling
DT2520
3D Civil Drafting
DT1320 Building
Information
Modeling (BIM)
DT1410
Materials and
Processes in
Design
DT1325
Sustainability in
Design
DT2630
3D Modeling
and
Visualization
DT2510
Advanced CAD
Methods
DT2799
Drafting and Design Technology Capstone Project
NOTE: Refer to the catalog for the state-specific course and program information, if applicable.
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Course Summary
Course Description
This course examines architectural planning and design utilizing Building Information Management (BIM)
techniques. Fundamental design methods and practices for the creation of architectural drawings are
presented, with emphasis on the content of the drawings and the production skills. Topics include the
development of floor plans, elevations and sections of building projects.
Major Instructional Areas
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
BIM Revit Interfaces and File Types
Drafting Requirements
Computer-aided Drafting (CAD)
Construction Methods and Materials
Modeling Basics.
Modifying Elements.
Extended Modeling.
Views and Printing
Floor Plans and Architectural Details
Schedules
Preparing Documents for Clients
Course Objectives
1. Explain BIM and its approach to the design, analysis, and documentation of
buildings
2. Compare and contrast BIM and traditional drafting and design
3. Communicate general design ideas and concepts through specific working
drawings
4. Apply local zoning ordinances and building codes to an architectural project.
5. Illustrate, describe and complete a set of working drawings for an architectural
project
6. Use Revit Architecture to create BIM models
Learning Materials and References
Required Resources
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New to this
Course
Complete Textbook Package
Wakita, O. (2012). The Professional Practice of
Architectural Working Drawings (4th ed.). Hoboken, NJ:
John Wiley and Sons, Inc.
Wing, E. (2011). Autodesk Revit Architecture 2012: No
Experience Required (1st ed.). Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley
and Sons, Inc.
Required for
Subsequent
Course(s)
Carried over
from Previous
Course(s)
Required for
Subsequent
Course(s)
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New to this
Course
Other Items
Carried over
from Previous
Course(s)
Revit Architecture 2012
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Technology Requirements
Revit Architecture 2010
Recommended Resources
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Autodesk BIM Workshop
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http://bimcurriculum.autodesk.com/
Books:
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Ching, Francis D.K. and Juroszeck, AIA, Steven P. (2010). Design drawing (2nd ed.). Hoboken, NJ: John W
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Ching, Francis D.K. (2009). Architectural graphics (5th ed.). Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley and
Sons, Inc.
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Ching, Francis D.K. (2009). Building codes illustrated: A guide to understanding the 2009 International Bui
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Ching, Francis D.K. (2008) Architecture: form, space and order. (3rd ed.). Hoboken, NJ:
John Wiley and Sons, Inc.
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Periodicals:
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Building Design & Construction
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CAD User
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CADALYST
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GreenSource: The Magazine of Sustainable Design
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Metropolis
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Traditional Building
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Architectural Record
Professional Associations:
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American Design Drafting Association (ADDA):
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American Institute of Architects (AIA):
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American Institute of Building Design (ABD): http://www.aibd.org/
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American Institute of Constructors: http://www.professionalconstructor.org/Home/
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Associated Builders and Contracts (ABC): http://www.abc.org/
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www.adda.org
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Associated General Contractors of America (AGC): http://www.agc.org/
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Construction Management Association of America (CMAA): http://cmaanet.org/
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Construction Specifications Institute (CSI): http://www.csinet.org/
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National Association of Home Builders (NAHB): http://www.nahb.com/
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National Association of Women in Construction: http://www.nawic.org/nawic/Default.asp
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National Institute of Building Sciences: http://www.nibs.org/
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U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC): http://www.usgbc.org/Default.aspx
Professional Portals (all of which may be found on the ITT Virtual Library):
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Architecture Community Information
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Building Types Study
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Cities and Buildings Database
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New Buildings Institute
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Tall Buildings
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The Great Buildings Collection
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Autodesk: Sustainable Design
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Green Building Resources
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International Green Construction Code
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National Renewable Energy Laboratory: Buildings Research
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U.S. Green Building Council: LEED
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ARCAT: Building Materials and Manufacturers Specifications
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McGraw-Hill Construction Network for Products
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The Blue Book of Building and Construction
NOTE: All links are subject to change without prior notice.
Information Search
Use the following keywords to search for additional online resources that may be used for supporting your
work on the course assignments:
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BIM
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Computer-aided Drafting (CAD)
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Computer Modeling
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Revit
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Floor plans
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Extended Modeling
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Construction methods
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Construction materials
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Course Plan
Suggested Learning Approach
In this course, you will be studying individually and within a group of your peers. As you work on the
course deliverables, you are encouraged to share ideas with your peers and instructor, work
collaboratively on projects and team assignments, raise critical questions, and provide constructive
feedback.
Use the following advice to receive maximum learning benefits from your participation in this course:
DO
DON’T
 Do take a proactive learning approach
 Don’t assume there is only one correct
 Do share your thoughts on critical issues
answer to a question
and potential problem solutions
 Don’t be afraid to share your perspective on
 Do plan your course work in advance
the issues analyzed in the course
 Do explore a variety of learning resources in
 Don’t be negative about the points of view that
addition to the textbook
are different from yours
 Do offer relevant examples from your
 Don’t underestimate the impact of
experience
collaboration on your learning
 Do make an effort to understand different
 Don’t limit your course experience to reading
points of view
the textbook
 Do connect concepts explored in this
 Don’t postpone your work on the course
course to real-life professional situations
deliverables – work on small assignment
and your own experiences
components every day
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Course Outline
Unit 1: Introduction to Architectural Design and BIM
Upon completion of this unit, students are expected to:
п‚· Critique projects created in Revit Architecture.
п‚· Explain how BIM is used in the modern design practice.
п‚· Evaluate regional building codes to determine the classification and requirements
for a specific structure.
п‚· Describe the benefits of 3D modeling.
п‚· Describe architectural office practices and standards.
п‚· Evaluate a completed building project.
п‚· Use the Revit Architecture interface.
п‚· Personalize the Revit Architecture interface.
п‚· Modify objects in Revit Architecture.
п‚· Evaluate the Regional Building Code.
GRADED ACTIVITIES / DELIVERABLES
READING ASSIGNMENT
Wakita, Chapter 1; Chapter 2: pp.
30- 35, 49-78
Wing, Chapter 1
Grading
Category
Activity/Deliverable Title
Grade
Allocation
(% of all
graded work)
Assignment
Unit 1 Assignment 1: Virtual Library:
Competition Designs for Columbus, IN
3%
Lab
Unit 1. Lab 1. Revit Interface
4%
Unit 2: Floor Plans and Revit
Upon completion of this unit, students are expected to:
п‚· Explain the effects of various environmental factors on architecture.
п‚· Explain architectural practices for making a building user-friendly.
п‚· Describe the impact of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1993 on architecture.
п‚· Describe the purpose of a floor plan.
п‚· Identify elements on a floor plan.
п‚· Manipulate views in Revit.
п‚· Create floor plans in Revit.
GRADED ACTIVITIES / DELIVERABLES
READING ASSIGNMENT
Wakita, Chapter 3; Chapter 9: pp.
291 – 322
Wing, Chapter 2
Grading
Category
Assignment
Lab
Activity/Deliverable Title
Unit 2. Assignment 1: Americans with
Disability Act at Work
Unit 2. Lab 1. Lower Level Floor Plan
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Grade
Allocation
(% of all
graded work)
3%
4%
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Unit 3: Sustainable Design
Upon completion of this unit, students are expected to:
п‚· Explain how to implement sustainable design concepts.
п‚· Evaluate forces that act upon structures.
п‚· Explain techniques for sound-proofing a building structure.
п‚· Describe fire protection techniques.
п‚· Describe construction techniques to slow down the deterioration process.
п‚· Describe construction techniques that can prevent drainage and mitigate the
negative effects of rainfall.
п‚· Define water table.
п‚· Define frost line.
п‚· Describe the consequences of not building to an appropriate depth in areas of deep
frost lines.
п‚· Evaluate alternate energy sources.
п‚· Explain techniques for conserving energy.
п‚· Explain how to implement sustainable design concepts
п‚· Describe editing tools in Revit.
п‚· Explain best practices and troubleshooting techniques for Revit.
п‚· Create an upper level floor plan.
GRADED ACTIVITIES / DELIVERABLES
READING ASSIGNMENT
Wakita, Chapter 4
Grading
Category
Assignment
Wing, Chapters 4 and 22
Lab
Activity/Deliverable Title
Unit 3. Assignment 1. Applying
Sustainable Design to Our
Neighborhoods
Unit 3. Assignment 2. Energy
Conservation Techniques
Unit 3. Lab 1. Upper Level Floor Plan
Grade
Allocation
(% of all
graded work)
3%
3%
4%
Unit 4: Initial Preparation Phase for Construction Documents
Upon completion of this unit, students are expected to:
п‚· Explain the guidelines for creating working documents.
п‚· Explain the importance of building codes in industry.
п‚· Describe how materials influence the construction, energy usage, and physical
appearance of a building.
п‚· Explain how the method in which the building is constructed can influence the
design of the structure.
п‚· Describe some energy conservation techniques.
п‚· Describe regional circumstances under which buildings are constructed.
п‚· Explain how BIM assists in swift, effective editing of drawings.
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Syllabus
Explain how BIM is used in modern design practice.
Compare and contrast BIM and CAD.
Explain some of the common principles and procedures of drawing management.
Revise floor plans.
Recommend office management guidelines.
GRADED ACTIVITIES / DELIVERABLES
READING ASSIGNMENT
Grading
Category
Wakita, Chapter 6
Assignment
Wing, Chapter 5
Lab
Activity/Deliverable Title
Unit 4. Assignment 1. Office
Management Guidelines
Unit 4. Lab 1. Floor Plan Revisions
Grade
Allocation
(% of all
graded work)
3%
4%
Unit 5: Site and Grading Plans
Upon completion of this unit, students are expected to:
п‚· Present a floor plan.
п‚· Describe the elements of a site analysis plan.
п‚· Explain how a site analysis plan can affect the design flow.
п‚· Describe the fundamental concepts that are incorporated when drawing a plot plan.
п‚· Read topography maps.
п‚· Describe the importance of soil and geography testing.
п‚· Describe the elements of a site plan.
п‚· Explain how a grading plan is used.
п‚· Describe the proper method to provide drainage for a site.
п‚· Explain some of the considerations when creating a utility plan.
п‚· Describe the purpose of a circulation plan.
п‚· Describe how effective landscaping, irrigation, and drainage will make the most
effective impact on the environment.
п‚· Create a site plan.
п‚· Complete the research that will be outlined for Google Earth.
GRADED ACTIVITIES / DELIVERABLES
READING ASSIGNMENT
Grading
Category
Wakita, Chapter 7
Assignment
Wing, Chapter 18
Lab
Activity/Deliverable Title
Unit 5. Assignment 1. Presentation:
Floor Plans
Unit 5. Lab 1. Research Google Earth
and Google Sketch Up
Unit 5. Lab 2. Site Plan
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Grade
Allocation
(% of all
graded work)
3%
4%
4%
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Building Information Modeling (BIM)
Syllabus
Unit 6: Foundations
Upon completion of this unit, students are expected to:
п‚· Evaluate foundation types.
п‚· Sketch foundation plans.
п‚· Draw a foundation plan.
п‚· Create sheet sets.
GRADED ACTIVITIES / DELIVERABLES
READING ASSIGNMENT
Grading
Category
Wakita, Chapter 9
Assignment
Wing, Chapter 14
Lab
Activity/Deliverable Title
Unit 6. Assignment 1. Sketch of
Foundation Plans
Unit 6. Lab 1. Check Sheets
Grade
Allocation
(% of all
graded work)
3%
4%
Unit 7: Roofs and Framing
Upon completion of this unit, students are expected to:
п‚· Describe roof framing system conventions and terminology.
п‚· Draw a roof plan.
п‚· Create a conventional floor framing plan.
п‚· Evaluate types of framing materials.
п‚· Create a conventional floor framing plan.
п‚· Explain how Revit families are used.
п‚· Use Revit Architecture to create BIM models.
GRADED ACTIVITIES / DELIVERABLES
READING ASSIGNMENT
Wakita, Chapter 9
Wing, Chapters 7, 8 and 17
Grading
Category
Lab
Activity/Deliverable Title
Grade
Allocation
(% of all
graded work)
Unit 7. Lab 1. Draw a Roofing Plan
4%
Unit 7. Lab 2. Draw a Floor Flaming
Plan
4%
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Unit 8: Building Sections
Upon completion of this unit, students are expected to:
 Define a building section.
 Identify types of building sections.
 Explain the benefits of using color-coded drawings.
 Explain the importance of presentation.
 Explain the purpose of using light and shadows.
 Create a building section.
 Create a wall section.
GRADED ACTIVITIES / DELIVERABLES
READING ASSIGNMENT
Wakita, Chapter 10
Grading
Category
Lab
Wing, Chapter 3
Activity/Deliverable Title
Grade
Allocation
(% of all
graded work)
Unit 8. Lab 1. Building Design Section
4%
Unit 8. Lab 2. Wall Section
4%
Unit 9: Elevations
Upon completion of this unit, students are expected to:
п‚· Explain the purpose of exterior elevation.
п‚· Describe the techniques used to create an exterior elevation.
п‚· Explain how to draw doors and windows on exterior elevations.
п‚· Explain the impact on a structure of different materials.
п‚· Add notes to elevations.
п‚· Explain the use of dotted lines within exterior elevations.
п‚· Describe the controlling factors that should be communicated within exterior
elevations.
п‚· Contrast techniques that can be used for weatherproofing.
п‚· Explain the purpose of interior elevations.
п‚· Prepare documents using Revit.
п‚· Create exterior elevations.
п‚· Create interior elevations.
GRADED ACTIVITIES / DELIVERABLES
READING ASSIGNMENT
Wakita, Chapter 10
Grading
Category
Lab
Activity/Deliverable Title
Unit 9. Lab 1. Creating Exterior
10
Grade
Allocation
(% of all
graded work)
4%
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Building Information Modeling (BIM)
Syllabus
Elevations
Wing, Chapter 19
Unit 9. Lab 2. Creating Interior
Elevations
4%
Unit 10: Schedules and Details
Upon completion of this unit, students are expected to:
п‚· Explain the purpose of a schedule.
п‚· Explain the use of a tabulated schedule.
п‚· Explain the use of a pictorial schedule.
п‚· Explain the use of a structural entity schedule.
п‚· Explain the value of using Revit to create schedules.
п‚· Explain the purpose of architectural details.
п‚· Identify Stair Components
п‚· Define terms used in fireplace construction.
п‚· Create a pictorial schedule.
п‚· Create a tabular schedule.
п‚· Create architectural details.
п‚· Correct construction documents.
GRADED ACTIVITIES / DELIVERABLES
READING ASSIGNMENT
Wakita, Chapter 10
Grading
Category
Lab
Wing, Chapters 11-12
Activity/Deliverable Title
Unit 10. Lab 1. Schedules
4%
Unit 10. Lab 2. Architectural Details
4%
Unit 10. Lab 3. Redlines
4%
Unit 11: Course Review and Presentation
READING
ASSIGNMENT
Review all
chapters
Grade
Allocation
(% of all
graded work)
Out-of-class work:
6 hours
GRADED ACTIVITIES / DELIVERABLES
Grading Category
Exam
Activity/Deliverable Title
Final Exam
Grade Allocation
(% of all graded work)
15%
Note: Your instructor may add a few learning activities that will change the grade allocation for each
assignment in a category. The overall category percentages will not change.
Evaluation and Grading
Evaluation Criteria
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The graded assignments will be evaluated using the following weighted categories:
Category
Assignment
Lab
Exam
Weight
21%
64%
15%
TOTAL
100%
Grade Conversion
The final grades will be calculated from the percentages earned in the course, as follows:
Grade
A
B+
B
C+
C
D+
D
F
Percentage
90–100%
85–89%
80–84%
75–79%
70–74%
65–69%
60–64%
<60%
Credit
4.0
3.5
3.0
2.5
2.0
1.5
1.0
0.0
Academic Integrity
All students must comply with the policies that regulate all forms of academic dishonesty, or academic
misconduct, including plagiarism, self-plagiarism, fabrication, deception, cheating, and sabotage. For
more information on the academic honesty policies, refer to the Student Handbook and the Course
Catalog.
(End of Syllabus)
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