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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 View from Inside the Factory: What’s Next for Revit 2018

The way we develop and deliver Revit software has changed.  This post is about what that means to you, and to us, the folks “inside the factory” working on what goes into the Revit 2018 and subsequent releases.

If you’ve been using Autodesk® Revit® software for a while,

Harlan Brumm

Announcing the AEC Excellence Awards 2017

Show off your best work. The AEC Excellence Awards 2017 competition is now open for submissions!

AEC Excellence Awards spotlight the world’s best AEC projects.  First introduced in 2012 to recognize BIM in Infrastructure projects, this world-renowned competition now also includes Building, Construction, and Sustainability categories that showcase innovations using connected BIM workflows and Autodesk software. 

Sylvia Knauer

Revit Collaboration Across Continents

With cloud-enabled Revit collaboration, Beca – one of Asia Pacific’s leading professional consultancies– connected workers across six time zones and added hours to its workday.

In the spring of 2016, Beca took on a job using Revit software to design an $80 million food factory expansion in Sydney,

Sylvia Knauer

What’s New in Revit MEP 2018 for Detailing MEP Fabrication Networks

Revit 2018 software has several new Revit MEP features related to detailing LOD 400 elements to help you extend design to fabrication. Improve modeling productivity with greater accuracy and achieve the detail needed for fabrication, estimation, and installation of building services.

For mechanical contractors using Revit MEP,

Armundo Darling

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