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18 days ago

What's New in Revit 2018?

Check out new productivity tools and more support for multidiscipline design extending to fabrication detailing and construction

It’s that time of year, and  we’re prouder than ever to share what we’ve been working on.  Revit 2018 is the latest step in the continual evolution and development of Revit for multidiscipline BIM.

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The Autodesk University Las Vegas Call for Papers is open!

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We can hardly believe it’s that time of year again. Spring has sprung and March Madness has ended, April showers are (almost) over, and May flowers are about to bloom. What does this mean? The Autodesk University Las Vegas 2017 Call for Proposals (CFP) is here!

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See Revit’s Expanded BIM Capabilities at AIA 2017

Cloud services Revit Live, Collaboration for Revit, BIM 360 Team, and Insight take center stage

Well over a decade ago, architects were the first AEC professionals to embrace Building Information Modeling (BIM) as a new method of working. Now, architects are leading the way again by embracing the power of cloud technology to yield better design outcomes.

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Interested in structure? See what’s new in Revit 2018 for Steel Design and Concrete Detailing

The latest version of Revit software released just a few days ago, and if you’ve taken a look at Revit 2018, you will have noticed that this release has a number of features related to extending design to fabrication detailing and construction. These include modeling tools for better capturing the intent of your design or detailed model so that the information created can be used downstream for further production and construction execution.

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