Revit for integrated Design
Oliver Goulart Young | TrustRadius Reviewer
November 29, 2018

Revit for integrated Design

Score 10 out of 10
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Overall Satisfaction with Revit

I use Revit to combine drawings from a design team and develop the portion pertinent to my role. Which extends throughout multiple design phases.
  • Makes design process integrated
  • Allows us to have 3D results while working in 2D
  • User-friendly
  • Ability to create sections instantly
  • With proper setup it allows for quantification of materials.
  • Inability to save to previous versions.
  • Inability to open in lower versions.
  • Integration of 2D and 3D speeds up layout creations which reduces time to produce same results.
AutoCAD is great but it does not create sections and elevations while designing in 2D.
It is suited for most A&E tasks. It's a little less suited for more artistic modeling, since there is more appropriate software than can work seamlessly with Revit.

Revit Feature Ratings

Plan distribution & viewing
10
Plan markups & sharing
9
Document sharing
8
Issue tracking & punchlists
9
Collaboration & approvals
9
As-built drawings
9
Mobile app
9
Takeoff tools
9
Job costing
9
Cost databases
9
Cost calculator
9