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Does anyone have any websites or youtube channels to recommend for tutorials on learning Revit or 3DSMax?

My uni doesn't focus on pricing in projects but I feel its important and would like to learn some basics of the financial aspect during my projects in third year. What is a good way to figure out the cost of your building project? Are there websites out there that have average cost analysis of different aspects of the building process (labour, equiptment, materials, etc)? (Or is my best bet to manually add up the price by quantity of each material?)

And lastly are there any good sources out there (websites, books, etc) to depend on for learning more about sustainable building and low-carbon/eco-friendly building materials. Theres a lot of contradicting information out there that even with lectures I dont feel confident in my choices for a sustainble strategy.

So advice from masters/phd students and those in practice would be highly appreciated!
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U mean to say up until 3rd year u still haven’t learn Revit urself or by the school? What University did u go to just curious?

Also, 3DsMax is more for Interior. Archi usually uses sketchup OR rhino or microstation.


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Does anyone have any websites or youtube channels to recommend for tutorials on learning Revit or 3DSMax?

My uni doesn't focus on pricing in projects but I feel its important and would like to learn some basics of the financial aspect during my projects in third year. What is a good way to figure out the cost of your building project? Are there websites out there that have average cost analysis of different aspects of the building process (labour, equiptment, materials, etc)? (Or is my best bet to manually add up the price by quantity of each material?)

And lastly are there any good sources out there (websites, books, etc) to depend on for learning more about sustainable building and low-carbon/eco-friendly building materials. Theres a lot of contradicting information out there that even with lectures I dont feel confident in my choices for a sustainble strategy.

So advice from masters/phd students and those in practice would be highly appreciated!
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