Autodesk Revit software is built for Building Information Modeling (BIM), helping professionals design, build, and maintain higher-quality, more energy-efficient buildings.
Using the information-rich models created with Autodesk Revit software, architects, engineers, and construction firms can collaborate to make more-informed decisions earlier in the design process to deliver projects more efficiently.
LT does no MEP and would do no analysis procedures, no collaboration, no design options, no third party add-ins and has no complex steel connections, no model in place.
"Building the worlds most sustainable winery"
Coordinated BIM models created with Revit helped the bottom line, allowing our team to identify and address problems on a screen rather than during construction. We fixed many, many problems on the computer that normally you would fix in the field.
David Duncan, CEO of Silver Oak Cellars
"Making architectural dreams a reality"
Without good modeling tools like Revit, design-assist wouldn’t exist—we just couldn’t be productive enough. Early involvement with the design team gives us the opportunity to work with the architect’s models in conjunction with our own models, which allows our BIM technicians to detect clashes and conflicts before we start pouring concrete.
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