Built for BIM
Revit® software for BIM (Building Information Modelling) includes features for architectural design, MEP and structural engineering and construction.
What does Revit do?
Revit is software for BIM (US site). Its powerful tools let you use the intelligent model-based process to plan, design, construct and manage buildings and infrastructure. Revit supports a multi-discipline design process for collaborative design.
Model building components, analyse and simulate systems and structures, and iterate designs. Generate documentation from Revit models.
Multiple project contributors can access centrally shared models. This results in better co-ordination, which helps reduce clashes and re-work.
Communicate design intent more effectively to project owners and team members by using models to create high-impact 3D visuals.
Revit: A solution for collaborative BIM
With Revit worksharing, multiple team members can work on a project at the same time using a centrally shared model.
One multi-discipline BIM platform
Revit has features for all disciplines involved in a building project. When architects, engineers and construction professionals work on one unified platform, the risk of data translation errors can be reduced and the design process can be more predictable.
Revit helps you to work with members of an extended project team. It imports, exports and links your data with commonly used formats, including IFC, DWG™ and DGN.