Revit 2022

What's New in Revit 2022

Autodesk has just released the 2022 version of Revit, and Revit expert Dan Stine returns to tell us about tapered walls, PDF export, IFC4 support, 3D grids, new model categories, improved people flow, rebar enhancements, API improvements, and many more features in this release.

Viewpoint Article on BIM

The BIM Revolution – What to Expect in 2021 and Beyond

Frank Weiss, Senior Director of BIM and Innovation at Oracle discusses four key areas that need to be addressed: common data environment; data relevance and quality; adoption of digital twins; and industry standardization and openness.

Understanding BIM: Book Cover

Understanding BIM (Book Review)

This book by Jonathan Ingram, who developed the precursor to modern BIM applications, is an excellent resource on the history of BIM, its current status, and its future potential, with some very intriguing ideas for its further development.

Sasaki Firm Profile

Sasaki: Firm Profile

Sasaki, an interdisciplinary architecture, planning, landscape, and design firm with offices in Boston, Massachusetts, Shanghai, China, and Denver, Colorado, shares its perspective on AEC technology in this Firm Profile.

VendorHub News

  • ALLPLAN delivers automated processes for the design of structures. >>
  • Observing Archicad Excellence at Patano Studio. >>
  • The Wild: Telling the Whole Design Story in VR (MIXED Monthly Series). >>
  • Case Study: DCI Sees The Grand LA Through Visicon. >>
  • Newforma blog: Preparing for the Tsunami of projects from the American Jobs Plan. >>
  • Schedule Demo of TonicDM: Project File Management Software for Architects & Engineers. >>
  • Microsol Resources webinar on April 27: What’s New with the Autodesk Construction Cloud for Design? >>
  • Register for Artlantis 2021 webinar on May 5. >>
  • New BIMcollab partner BIM6x ready to help professionals get started in the United States. >>
  • ARCHINTENSIVE 2021: Enscape Supports Free Conference for Archicad Users. >>
  • Solibri signs Enterprise Agreement with Peab to define construction quality and processes in building projects. >>
  • IES Digital Twin Case Study: University of Glasgow, Scotland. >>
  • Webinar on May 18: Get More Projects in Less Time with Estimation in Cloud. >>
  • Pollard Thomas Edwards Enhances UK Towns, Cities and Villages with the Help of Ideate Software. >>
  • Customer success: UN Architecture removes the chaos from email filing with Mail Manager. >>
  • 4M: BIM Success Stories. >>
  • Masking and Viewer Settings in ElumTools: A Fully-Integrated Lighting Calculation Tool for Autodesk Revit. >>
  • Deltek Launches New Global Partner Network. >>
  • Bentley Systems Becomes Founding Member of Digital Twin Consortium. >>
Full Listing of AEC Technology Solutions  :  >>

Other Recent Articles

An Overview of buildingSMART Standards

How Service, Offsite, and New Technology Will Change Construction in 2021

Working with Adaptive Components in Rhino and Grasshopper

Managing BIM Technology in the Building Industry

Efficient Rebar Detailing with 3D Solutions

New Orleans Superdome: Project Profile

BIM in Fire Safety at Coca-Cola HBC: FineFIRE Case Study

Merdeka 118: Project Profile

Selected Earlier Articles

Extending BIM to Infrastructure

Extending BIM to Infrastructure

Now that BIM has conquered the building industry and is here to stay, this article explores the application of the same “information modeling” concept to infrastructure.

Sutter Medical Center Castro Valley

Sutter Medical Center Castro Valley: Case Study of an IPD Project

While IPD is still more of a goal than a reality for most of the AEC industry, there are a few ground-breaking projects that are already using this new collaboration and delivery method.

Eureka Tower

The Eureka Tower: A Case Study of Advanced BIM Implementation

Standing 92 stories tall with a total height of 300 meters (984 feet), the Eureka Tower located in Melbourne, Australia, is not only the tallest residential building in the world, it is also one of the largest projects to be designed using BIM.

Labor Productivity in Construction

Labor-Productivity Declines in the Construction Industry

Dr. Paul Teicholz, Professor (Research) Emeritus, of the Dept. of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Stanford University explores the gradual decline of field productivity in the construction industry and its main causes.