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Autodesk Revit

Autodesk RevitAutodesk® Revit® 2018 software includes new features and enhancements for consistent, coordinated, and complete modeling for architects, MEP and structural engineers and detailers, and construction contractors. New features strengthen support for multidiscipline design extending to fabrication detailing and construction. Freeing users to focus on design rather than on their software, Revit automates more workflows and simplifies painful multi-step processes. Revit 2018 includes and builds on new features and functionality that were first made available to subscribers in the Revit 2017 point releases.

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What Does Revit Do?

Revit is software for BIM. Its powerful tools let you use the intelligent model-based process to plan, design, construct, and manage buildings and infrastructure. Revit supports a multidiscipline design process for collaborative design.

  • Design
    Model building components, analyze and simulate systems and structures, and iterate designs. Generate documentation from Revit models.
  • Collaborate
    Multiple project contributors can access centrally shared models. This results in better coordination, which helps reduce clashes and rework.
  • Visualize
    Communicate design intent more effectively to project owners and team members by using models to create high-impact 3D visuals.

Tools created expressly for your discipline

Whether you’re an architect; a mechanical, electrical, or plumbing (MEP) engineer; a structural engineer; or a construction professional, Revit offers BIM features specifically designed for you. See what’s new in 2018 for the way you work.

  • Global parameters
    Embed design intent with project-wide parameters that now work with radial and diameter dimensions and equality constraints. Watch Video
  • Coordination models
    Use a Navisworks file as a lightweight context to work with others on your project. Watch Video
  • Global parameters
    Embed design intent with project-wide parameters that now work with radial and diameter dimensions and equality constraints. Watch Video
  • Geo-referencing
    When you link CAD files to a Revit model that contain real-world (GIS) coordinates, you can acquire those coordinates directly in your Revit model. Watch Video
  • 3D Shapes
    When importing geometry from other files formats, resultant direct shape imports have been improved and now support more seamless integration with both projects and families. Watch Video
  • Documentation
    Enhancements in text notes and text renderiung of labels. Watch Video

  • Multi-story Stairs
    Quickly create and modify multi-story buildings by connecting stairs to the levels in your project. Watch Video
  • Railings
    You now have more control when creating railings. Includes hosting railings on topography, automatic adjustment to stairs, and post placement. Watch Video

  • Additional steel connections
    More than 100 new connections. Now you can create connections for custom, user-defined families. Watch Video
  • Steel connections for custom sections
    To improve the steel connections workflow users can create steel connections between columns, beams and bracings using custom, user-defined families as well as non-certified families. Watch Video
  • Priority of elements in steel connections
    The way the user can specify the primary element and the order of secondary elements within steel connections has been improved. Watch Video
  • Rebar placement in free form concrete objects
    Now you can place rebar in concrete elements with complex geometry such as curved piers and decks. Watch Video
  • Improved varying rebar distribution
    To fit rebar for complex shapes, you can use rebar sets that vary along inclined faces. To enhance productivity and detailing intent, varying rebar sets can now distribute along curved surfaces, including free form objects. Watch Video
  • Rebar graphical constraints in 3D views
    Complete model definitions faster by editing rebar logic in 3D views with in-canvas graphical manipulation. Watch Video
  • Rebar for complex geometry
    Place rebar in free-form concrete objects. Reinforce imported concrete elements with improved varying rebar distribution. Watch Video

  • MEP Fabrication modeling
    Revit lets you model sloped pipe, part by part, and use multipoint routing for fabrication elements. Watch Video
  • MEP design and analysis
    Manipulate the circuit pathways, define your own space types, and include outdoor air requirements. Watch Video
  • Mechanical simulation
    Flow and pressure-drop data is now connected to the pump, and to the computation processes in the background. Watch Video
  • Pressure Drop/Flow – Analytical Connections
    Once you have your main distribution piping, and your terminal equipment are in place, but before you’re ready to commit to all the piping connections and equipment locations, you can use Analytical Connections to make the relationship between the pipe and the equipment. Watch Video
  • Outside Air on Space and Building Types
    Improve analysis with ventilation rates on building and space types. Watch Video
  • Electrical Circuit Pathway
    Now, Revit enables you to manipulate the pathway to your design intent. Simply insert a control point to add and reroute a segment of the circuit path. Watch Video


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