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    Delta College
   
 
  Sep 25, 2017
 
2017-2018 
  
2017-2018
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ARC 224 - Building Information Modeling

Credits: 3
Requires a basic knowledge of a Windows Operating System. Continues work with modeling software to successfully and efficiently produce building information models. Uses the entire software platform, while moving through a building project, in the design integration of the following building disciplines: Architectural, Interior Design, Structural, Mechanical, Plumbing and Electrical. Includes the generation of plans, elevations, section views and schedules.

Prerequisite(s): ARC 214  or permission of instructor
Corequisite(s): None
Lecture Hours: 45 Lab Hours: 0
Meets MTA Requirement: None
Pass/NoCredit: No

Outcomes and Objectives
  1. Use reading and writing skills to gather information from technical texts.
    1. Complete assignments by gathering information from reading.
    2. Use the index of CAD texts to access information regarding commands and processes
    3. Create a notebook as an essential reference
    4. Record sufficient notes from which to work
  2. Use BIM Software and a current operating system.
    1. Open, save, and close a modeling file
    2. Use a current saving device
    3. Create a project file
  3. Create three-dimensional geometry.
    1. Create exterior, interior and curtain walls
    2. Insert doors and windows
    3. Complete floor and ceiling systems
    4. Construct roof systems
    5. Create girds, columns and beams
    6. Create foundations and footings
    7. Add annotations and tags
  4. Generate elevation and section views.
    1. Produce a complete set of exterior elevations
    2. Develop views and create interior elevations
    3. Prepare a wall section
    4. Develop section detail views
    5. Complete a building section
    6. Apply section annotations
  5. Create schedules from the three-dimensional model.
    1. Add room and door tags
    2. Generate a door schedule
    3. Develop a room finish schedule
    4. Create a graphical column schedule
  6. Model mechanical and electrical systems.
    1. Create views and load content
    2. Place units for MEP systems and ductwork
    3. Create a plumbing layout
    4. Place panel board and power devices
    5. Create light fixture and light switch layout
  7. Produce realistic renderings.
    1. Create a toposurface using site tools
    2. Develop a realistic exterior rendering of the model
    3. Create a realistic interior rendering
  8. Assemble a construction document set.
    1. Set up views on sheets
    2. Create a sheet set index
    3. Print a set of construction documents



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