Revit® software provides mechanical, electrical, and plumbing (MEP) engineers with tools to design even the most complex building systems. View images to see how Revit supports Building Information Modeling (BIM), to help drive more accurate design, analysis, and documentation of efficient building systems from concept through construction.
Energy analysis using building element Automatically create a more precise energy analytical model.
Energy Analysis for Revit Support sustainable design decision making.
IFC Linking Link an IFC file to the current project.
Worksharing Multiple users save their work to a central file.
Revit Server Collaborate on shared models across a WAN.
Vault integration Integration helps streamline data management.
Autodesk 360 integration Gain access to integrated Autodesk 360 features.
IFC Certification Revit is certified by BuildingSMART International.
Bidirectional links, multiple analysis packages Analysis results can automatically update your model.
Interference check Scan Revit model for collisions between elements.
Trim/Extend Multiple Elements Trim / Extend can be used on multiple elements using box selection.
Family Parameter Order Adjustment Maintain parameter order as you specify.
Tooltips for Family Parameters Customize Revit MEP tooltips and communicate parameters and their use.
Calculation methods for pressure drop Calculate duct and pipe pressure drop using either Haaland or Colebrook equations.
Assembly Code Settings UniformatClassifications.txt location can be modified and reloaded.
Conceptual design tools Sketch freely, and create free-form models.
Autodesk Exchange Access functionality through Autodesk Exchange.
Parametric components The graphical system for design, form making.
Bidirectional associativity A change anywhere is a change everywhere.
HVAC/electrical design room color-fill plans Communicate design intent, visually.
Piping and electrical content Access electrical content within Revit.
System browser Focus on the systems that are important to you.
Enhanced MEP systems Create and name duct and piping system types.
Sloped piping Tools support enhanced productivity for piping design.
Point cloud tools Connect laser scans directly into the BIM process.
Temporary view templates Change view properties temporarily.
Enhanced Hidden lines Use ambient shadows and hidden lines to show things that are in front of and behind each other.
Revision improvements Delete revisions and sketch your own revision cloud shapes.
Tag improvements Move tags and support consistency in your project.
Enhanced Schedules/material takeoffs Schedule Enhancements with Parameters, Filter & Grand Totals.
Images in Schedules Create schedules with images to show graphical information for elements.
Keynoting Settings Keynoting revision dialog has a single path.
View References Change the referenced view after a view reference has been created.
Duplicate Views Changes to Duplicate View Naming Defaults.
Tapped duct and pipe tags Tag duct or pipe with numerical values along length.
Interface to external databases Output data to any ODBC-compliant database.
Panel schedules Display totals in current or load values.
Tag on placement/by category Tag components as they are being placed.
Interoperability Work more efficiently with your extended project team.
Enhanced schedules Get greater control of schedule formatting.
Material Takeoff Calculate/track detailed material quantities.
DWG, DWF, DXF, and DGN support Work with data from clients or contractors.
Sketchy lines Sketchy Lines that allows users to achieve a hand drawn, informal sketch look.
Anti-aliasing improvements Turn on Anti-aliasing by view.
Displaced views Create displaced building design views.
Design visualization Capture design ideas in a near-photorealistic state.
Rendering Minimize project costs with cloud-based rendering.