Autodesk Revit

BIM tools for architectural design, MEP engineering, structural engineering and construction.


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    Revit provides robust BIM capabilities for architects, structural engineers, and MEP engineers, designers, and contractors, and includes Revit Architecture, Revit Structure and Revit MEP.

    Meet requirements for BIM deliverables with tools for architectural design, engineering and construction in one application.

    Revit Features:

    3D Architectural Modeling

    Architectural wall, curtain wall, floor, roof, ceiling and column. Design options, loadable component, room and area, site design. Stair by component, ramp and railing. Anti-aliasing. Construction modeling parts and assemblies.

    Advanced 3D Modeling

    Create groups for repeating elements. Family editor environment. In-place modeling. Conceptual massing and adaptive components.


    2D detail lines, 2D detail components and revision tracking dimensioning, tagging, and annotation. Phasing, schedules and material takeoff.


    Structural Modeling

    HVAC duct systems. Piping and plumbing systems. Power and lighting systems.

    Presentation and Visualization

    Sketchy lines, realistic view styles, orthographic and perspective views and walk-throughs. Photorealistic rendering in the product and in the cloud (A360 Rendering). Ray trace (in-canvas rendering).


    Interference check, copy/monitor, multiuser environment and shared coordinates among projects.

    Mechanical, Electrical, and Plumbing Engineering

    HVAC duct systems, piping and plumbing systems, power and lighting systems.


    A360 energy analysis for Revit. Area analysis, analytical model. Structural loads and boundary conditions. A360 structural analysis for Revit. Heating and cooling loads. Massing studies and solar studies.


    DWG™, DXF file format, TrustedDWG technology, images, IFC, DGN, SkethUp, DFW markup, Point Cloud and Decal.

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