January 28, 2020
Score 8 out of 10
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Use Cases and Deployment Scope
I have used Revit both as part of my teaching at the university (alongside other software) and as part of our consulting offerings (also alongside other software). We follow the tools as used by our clients and Revit is widely used in our projects. It is used in the majority of BIM-related projects, which can be project management, but also custom development and as part of standardisation and educational activities.
- Our development division creates custom Add-ins for Revit.
- Our management division often uses Revit when it is applied in projects we manage or support. Commonly for information extraction and occasionally for modelling
- Our innovation division ensures that our industry working groups contributions are widely applicable, so Revit is one of the reference systems we try to support whenever possible. This often implies testing the support within Revit for IFC model exchange and noting the limitations as well.