Designing with Revit

Designing with Revit

Jonathan Lee is a CAD technician at Wessler Engineering. Below is a blog he wrote on using Revit and why it should be considered for your next project.

 

Building information modeling (BIM) is a term used in construction design for many years. For many companies, it is a standard process at the forefront in the development of products such as Autodesk Revit. But isn’t BIM Revit? In technical terms, no. BIM is considered the process that allows for easier planning, designing, visualizing and collaboration. Revit is the software that incorporates this process by using smart data and inputting information into models to help minimize costly errors and visualize the design’s intent. 

 

      



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