Why Should You Implement Revit?


Autodesk Revit software is one of BIM's backbone application for Architecture, Engineering, and Construction (AEC) industry. Today, clients demand the use of Revit application to get the most benefits for their project investment. With this cutting edge technology application, there are many benefits to its use. For example, Parametric Components are 3D geometry of system parts that present dimensional information, and also present the metadata about the object’s manufacture’s specific information such as links to Operation & Maintenance (O&M) of equipment, Material, Nominal Size, Purchase Price, Tag Number and etc..

Another benefit of Revit is No Repetition. Reducing the amount of rework and repetitive tasks increases productivity significantly. Which in turn that productivity is directly translated into the client’s return on investment (ROI) - essentially generating great value for future reuse of the data as well.

Use of such software also contributes to decision making when it comes to Energy Efficient Designs. Simulating and assessing the efficiency of the design data is imperative to visualize how energy consumption information behaves prior to real-world construction - virtually mitigating huge real-world risks and costs.

Revit is absolutely an essential part of the AEC industry to ensure all project stakeholders gain a full understanding of the information-based design projects to make appropriate decisions. It also provides great value and insights on cost-savings, and mitigating foreseeable project risks.