MEP

  • Roadmap
    Autodesk Revit 2022.1 released in September and with it we have added new features to the Revit Public Roadmap. A reminder that we took questions on the Revit Public Roadmap at Autodesk University 2021, in three different “Ask Me Anything” sessions covering Architecture, MEP, and Structures. Recordings are available on demand here: Autodesk University 2021 […]

  • MEP
    Our expert speaker lineup guides you through Revit MEP and Autodesk Construction Cloud software and introduces digital twins with the Autodesk Tandem cloud-based digital twin technology platform.

  • Roadmap
    Autodesk Revit 2022 shipped in April and we have added new features to the Revit Public Roadmap. For a live look, check out the Kanban board on Trello and like your favorites. Click the image below to access the live version, or keep reading for a snapshot of the Summer 2021 update. As is true […]

  • MEP
    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
    Climate Change is driving innovation in energy generation, storage and consumption – impacting design and construction. That’s why here at Autodesk, we’re working with Schneider Electric to reimagine the future of sustainable buildings using Building Information Modeling (BIM). As part of our ongoing efforts to refine our products to better serve you—our customers—and our planet, we are […]

  • Construction
    Navisworks is one of the flagship BIM solutions offered in the AEC Collection that serves design and construction users globally with the ability to holistically review integrated models and data for better control over project planning and outcomes. The software’s powerful coordination and clash detection capabilities provide high ROI value for construction projects, making it […]

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

  • What’s New
    New viewer capability makes it easy to share and visualize real-time BIM data from Navisworks.

  • What’s New
    In Revit 2021 we made a significant change to the behavior of MEP elements regarding worksharing.  This was done in order to help improve the worksharing experience, to better enable collaboration amongst stakeholders, and to provide a more consistent experience. The changes address three types of issues that have been reported with increasing frequency, as […]

  • What’s New
    In Revit 2021, we enhance electrical functionality with better globalization, systems logic, and ease of use.

  • What’s New
    Enhancements for Revit 2021 include better worksharing, better integration of fabrication tools, and improved electrical workflows.

  • Tips, tricks & tutorials
    We're all working remotely. How to avoid disruption and stay connected to your projects with Revit.

  • Architecture
    Ask a project architect about keys to successful design development and you may hear about three C’s: coordination, collaboration, and – more recently – “cloud.” The architecture, engineering, and construction (AEC) industry increasingly runs BIM projects in the cloud. Global, multidisciplinary teams coordinate and execute all aspects of a project relying on the real-time exchange […]

  • What’s New
    Written by:  Harlan Brumm, Sasha Crotty, Ian Molloy, Pawel Piechnik, Martin Schmid, David Smolker  In our second point release for Revit 2020, we’re focused on productivity, with new automation workflows in Dynamo, faster ways to view, select, and edit schedules, and navigation tools that will have you flying through your model with the greatest of ease. Remember, you can access […]

  • What’s New
    Teams can’t collaborate on something they can’t see. That’s why, whether you’re a structural engineer, architect, or any other professional working with BIM, visualization is key. And Revit 2020 packs a powerful punch in this department. Revit 2020 delivers features in a variety of categories under the visualization umbrella. These include ones that make the […]