Autodesk Revit is building information modelling software for architects, landscape architects, structural engineers, mechanical, electrical, and plumbing (MEP) engineers, designers and contractors. The original software was developed by Charles River Software, founded in 1997, renamed Revit Technology Corporation in 2000, and acquired by Autodesk in 2002. The software allows users to design a building and structure and its components in 3D, annotate the model with 2D drafting elements, and access building information from the building model’s database.
What is new with Revit?
- What’s New for Architects in Revit 2022, Part 3: Productivity and Ease of Use
- BIM workflows for virtual design and construction—what’s new?
- Resources and Roadmap for Generative Design in Autodesk Revit and Dynamo
- Revit 2022 Ideas and Roadmap – Top 5
- Customer Voices: Revit 2022
- Have You Tried? Investigating Revit features and workflows.
- What’s New for Architects in Revit 2022, Part 2 of 3: Interoperability and Data Exchange
- What’s New for Architects in Revit 2022: Modeling, Documentation, and Production
- What’s New in Advance Steel 2022 and Public Roadmap Update
- Installing Content for Revit 2022
- What’s New in Robot Structural Analysis Professional 2022 & Public Roadmap Update
- What’s New for MEP in Revit 2022
- BIM Manager’s Corner: Revit 2022 and the Case for Upgrade, part 2
- Changes to Revit Deployments in 2022
- BIM Manager’s Corner: Aaron Maller of Parallax Team on upgrading Revit