Freshers often struggle with one key aspect when they apply for jobs, i.e. job experience. For students aspiring to a career in the AEC (architecture, engineering, construction) industry, recruiters prefer freshers with a certain amount of project experience. Grey Edge, an Autodesk Authorised Training Centre (ATC), fills this ‘work experience’ gap by offering a BIM
Building Information Modelling (BIM) has emerged as the go-to process for AEC (architecture, engineering, construction) firms. One reason for this is that BIM enables seamless collaboration between teams through cloud-based tools, which helps AEC firms deliver top-notch project output. On completion of their professional courses, architects look for project experience before applying for a job.
Most engineering professionals who wish to upgrade their software skills enroll for Revit MEP certification courses. Grey Edge, an Autodesk Authorised Training Centre (ATC), offers online Revit MEP courses where professionals can learn Revit at their own pace. As an Autodesk ATC, Grey Edge offers the following five course benefits to course candidates: Candidates enrolling
We all prefer following a process that makes our life easy. Most AEC (architecture, engineering, construction) firms too rely on the BIM (Building Information Modelling) process for timely project delivery. As Revit is a BIM-compliant software, many AEC students and professionals seek online Revit courses for beginners to understand the BIM process. Grey Edge, an
It is essential for AEC (architecture, engineering, construction) professionals to upgrade their software skills to flourish in the industry. They must learn the latest features introduced in a software and then apply it to their assigned projects. Autodesk Authorised Training Centres (ATCs) offer at-home courses in AutoCAD, Revit and other software to AEC professionals. Grey
Building Information Modelling (BIM) has established itself as a pillar of almost all AEC projects, as following the BIM process results in on-time project delivery, accurate cost estimations and provides an in-depth analysis of a project via 3D models. Autodesk Authorised Training Centres (ATCs) know of the career opportunities available requiring BIM coordination skills. Therefore,
In the AEC (architecture, engineering, construction) industry, BIM (Building Information Modelling) is probably the most favorite acronym. Why? Because the BIM process has its advantages, such as: Efficient use of resources On-time delivery of projects Cloud communication between architects, contractors and clients Easy calculation of cost estimates 3D visualisation to minimise changes during final construction
The AEC (architecture, engineering, construction) industry relies heavily on the BIM (Building Information Modelling) process, as BIM has made project execution more systematic, leaving very little room for error. Over time, AEC firms have been recruiting candidates who are well-versed with the BIM concept. In the MEP (mechanical, electrical and plumbing) domain, several BIM roles
In the pre-construction industry, mechanical, electrical and plumbing (MEP) professionals play a vital role. The precision with which MEP professionals create their drawings and models ensures that the residents of that property face no hazardous consequences in the future. Students and professionals who aim to specialise in the MEP domain can opt for any of
Be a valuable resource to pre-construction firms by upgrading to the latest tools in Revit. Grey Edge offers 5 online courses in Revit MEP through its e-learning platform iLEARN. View high definition course videos at your own pace anytime, anywhere and take your career to the next level with worthwhile iLEARN courses.
In the pre-construction industry, skilled professionals are well-versed with the software Revit. Professionals obtain certification for Revit from Autodesk-certified training centres. This is because pre-construction firms prefer candidates who are Autodesk-certified. Over time, Autodesk releases new software versions that include enhanced features. It then becomes vital for professionals to upgrade themselves on the latest Revit
People try to imbibe new skills as they seek new career opportunities. Some skills must be learnt from scratch, and that may seem intimidating for a beginner, but it need not be so. In the pre-construction industry, different types of software are used for diverse projects. Software, such as AutoCAD and Revit, for instance, are
‘Online’ – the go-to place for almost everything these days. Therefore, it’s no surprise that learning too has been flourishing online. We have a lot of time left on our hands during the lockdown. Some people fill their time by engaging in creative activities, such as baking, ‘dalgona’ coffee-making and taking up a course online.
Construction involves a hefty sum of investment. It also involves planning for three vital disciplines: architectural, MEP (mechanical, electrical, plumbing) and structural. Each discipline can be digitally planned using construction documents. These documents can be prepared using Revit software, which specialises in helping to deliver accurate construction drawings. Revit is a pre-construction software that enables
Amidst stiff competition, all firms have a common goal – to be the best and deliver services that result in profits. For profits, firms require skilled resources. Recruiters look for professionals who are well versed with skills that enable firms to deliver profit-earning projects. In the world of architectural design and construction, AEC (architecture, engineering