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

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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 wonder what’s in it for them:  the AEC Collection is Revit made better.  Build on the benefits of Revit by using a variety of design and analysis tools to conceive, model, optimize, and coordinate designs with AEC professionals across multiple disciplines, and throughout the lifecycle of a project.

Using Revit, you can work in any view that you like. And any design change that you make, such as adding additional air terminals, will automatically update all impacted parts of your model, including plan, 3D views, and schedules.

You can also create LOD 400 fabrication-ready detail models using Revit. Review multiple options and layout detailed MEP fabrication building services for estimation, fabrication, and installation.

Getting Revit as part of the AEC Collection gives you the tools to more effectively coordinate with colleagues across the extended design team. With Navisworks Manage, you can aggregate designs in different file formats into a single model to resolve complex scheduling issues and costly clashes before construction begins – saving you time and money.

Take a look at how it’s easier for MEP design professionals to move from conceptual design to multi-discipline coordination by giving you access to a set of powerful tools that aid in the development in every aspect of your designs.

Learn how software in the AEC Collection can help you meet your MEP engineering, design, and detailing needs.

Learn more: http://autode.sk/AEC_Collection_MEP



Armundo Darling

Armundo Darling is the Senior Technical Enablement Manager for MEP engineering and fabrication solutions at Autodesk. He has extensive knowledge of both Autodesk® Revit® for MEP and AutoCAD® MEP, and is responsible for the production of all global MEP marketing deliverables and technical training of global technical specialists and channel partners. Armundo has over 33 years’ experience in the architectural engineering field as a drafter, designer, and CAD/BIM manager. He started drafting for the U.S. Air Force in 1984 as an engineering assistant specialist. His professional background includes working in the aeronautical engineering industry for several years.

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