Blog2-Aug17

Improve Your Construction Performance with BIM Revit Families

Increasingly being considered an essential part of modern design projects, building information modeling is favored by today’s construction professionals because of its ability to facilitate smarter and stronger designs, faster and in a more economical manner. BIM supports each step of a construction project, from design to visualization, simulation, and actual construction. The process allows teams to innovate, collaborate, and communicate in a more productive manner. BIM’s latest innovation, Revit is even taking this model-based system to the next level, featuring new features and capabilities that puts computer aided drafting in its rightful seat in the 21st century. Here are ways by which BIM Revit can improve your construction performance:

  • Revit is known for its precision and efficiency in aiding various architecture design, modeling and drafting processes. This increased efficiency is evident in the way designers are enabled to sketch out drafts and rough layouts of floor plans and make changes to building designs rapidly and instantly, and at the same time allow their clients a preview of those developments. 3D design views also give designers the ability to experiment with different designs quickly, while detecting and correcting problems in the early stages of the design process through accurate and high-quality documents. All this results in increased productivity, less room for error, and big savings on both time and money.
  • BIM Revit allows flexibility and dynamism. It provides a way to store all project data in one project file, which everyone in the team can have access to and merge their revisions every time they make changes on their end. This enables quick and efficient coordination of project revisions from all ends.
  • BIM Revit offers a complete range of capabilities that allow you to facilitate design, procurement, construction, pricing, on-going maintenance, life safety, and facility management from a single dashboard.

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