MEP Fabrication

  • What’s New for MEP in Revit 2023

    [Authored by: Ian Molloy, Martin Schmid, Brandon White] With Revit 2023, we’re pleased to provide capabilities that span all aspects of the workflow for electrical and mechanical design; from early conceptual design and analysis, to the creation and documentation of design deliverables, along with improvements to support detailed design for construction. These improvements address a […]

  • What’s New for MEP in Revit 2022

    Revit 2022 has some practical and useful new features for MEP. In it’s totality, documentation is the word of the day for Revit 2022, with all major disciplines getting a big shipment of enhancements to schedules, tags, and annotations. The aim is more efficient tools for producing project deliverables and productivity boost for architects and […]

  • MEP Force 2020: Five sessions Revit users don’t want to miss

    Looking to attend the only virtual conference entirely focused on Mechanical, Electrical, and Plumbing? Here are five key sessions.

  • Mechanical fabrication model creation improvements for Revit 2019.2

    We are excited to share several usability improvements in Revit 2019.2 for mechanical fabrication modeling.  These improvements were based on user feedback and are intended to improve your overall productivity when producing models in Revit. Revit 2019.2 Improvements When using the trim/extend tool when connecting an off-center branch from the main, the branch will connect […]

  • layoutFAST and Revit

    Connecting design and fabrication with Revit and LayoutFAST plug-in

    Written by Alan Creel, VP Preconstruction Services, Miller Electric Co.  Our goal at Miller Electric Co. is to be a forward-thinking, innovative company. That means understanding our clients’ unique requirements. To do that, we have invested in technology that takes into consideration many variables, including their data infrastructure needs and energy efficiency requirements.  I’d like […]

  • MEP fabrication in Revit

    Convert MEP design intent models to MEP fabrication detail models in BIM

    The Architecture, Engineering & Construction Collection now includes Revit and Fabrication CADmep, enabling mechanical and plumbing contractors to connect detailing and fabrication to BIM. Use a single fabrication database and a variety of tools to detail, coordinate, and prepare BIM detail models for pricing, MEP fabrication and installation. Working in Revit for MEP, you can […]

  • What’s in the Autodesk AEC Collection for Revit MEP users

    The Autodesk Architecture, Engineering, and Construction Collection gives you access to a set of integrated tools — including Revit — that equip you to meet any project challenge – now and in the future.  Here’s the full list of products and services included in an AEC Collection subscription. MEP engineers and detailers using Revit may […]

  • 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, here are two exciting areas of development: Sloped […]