This article provides an overview of the new options in Revit 2022 for civil, site, and landscape design, and how to use them with other Autodesk tools to produce high fidelity site models and collaborate with civil engineers.
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.
With the recent release of Rhino 7 and the creation of the Revit add-on, Rhino.Inside Revit, Joseph Freund of Microsol Resources shows how it is easier than ever before to create BIM assemblies from complex geometries that can be scheduled and sectioned properly.
Revittools is a plugin that provides a visual portal to Autodesk Revit with the functionality to search, link, tag, colorcode and report on information stored in Revit models and linked external databases, as well as the ability to add new construction and maintenance data captured on-site.
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.
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.
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.
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.