Revit Timeline

Before Public release – Charles River Software 0.1 1999 11 (Early Adopter 1) 0.2 2000 01 (Early Adopter 2) Product released to Public – Revit Technology Corporation 1.0 2000 04 2.0 2000 08 2.1 2000 10 3.0 2001 02 3.1 2001 06 4.0 2001 11 4.1 2002 01 Autodesk Revit 2002 04 04 (Autodesk buys Revit Technology Corp) 4.5 2002 05 09 5.0 2002 12 17 2003 04 28 (Zoogdesign Revit Forum goes Live) 5.1 2003 05 5.5 2003 04 01 (pseudo mac release screenshot, April Fool's joke...Author unknown) 6.0 2003 12 22 6.1 2004 03 11 2004 05 26 (Zoogdesign Read Only to Merge with AUGI) 7.0 2004 12 13 Autodesk Revit Building (New Name) 8.0 2005 02 26ish 8.1 2005 08 12 (web release then withdrawn) 8.1 2005 08 23 (Actual release) 9.0 2006 04 12 (Shipping & Web Release) Autodesk Revit Series (Marketing Bundle w/ AutoCAD) 1.0 2003 12 01 (Revit 6.1) 2.0 2004 XX XX (Revit 6.1) 8.0 2005 XX XX (Revit 8.0) 8.1 2005 XX XX (Revit 8.1, AutoCAD 2006) Autodesk AutoCAD Revit Series 9 – Building (Marketing Bundle w/ Aut

Unmasking the BIM Heroes: A Deep Dive into the World of Building Information Modeling

1. Introduction: The Dawn of BIM Heroes   In the realm of architecture, engineering, and construction (AEC), a new breed of heroes has emerged. They are the BIM Heroes, champions of Building Information Modeling (BIM). This post aims to unmask these heroes, shedding light on their roles, their tools, and the impact they have on the AEC industry. BIM Heroes are not your typical superheroes. They don’t wear capes or masks, but they do possess a powerful tool: BIM. This technology is revolutionizing the way we design, construct, and manage buildings.  2. The Genesis of BIM Heroes  The birth of BIM Heroes can be traced back to the advent of BIM technology. As the AEC industry began to embrace digital transformation, the need for professionals skilled in BIM became apparent. Thus, the BIM Heroes were born. BIM Heroes are the vanguards of this digital revolution. They are the architects, engineers, and construction professionals who have mastered the art and science of BIM.  3. The Arsenal

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Revit Structure Benefits

Revit Structure is a powerful and versatile software tool that is widely used in the engineering and construction industries. Whether you are an architect, engineer, or construction professional, Revit Structure can help you to design, model, and analyze complex structures with ease. Revit Structure offers a wide range of tools and features that enable you to create 3D models of buildings and other structures, and to perform advanced analyses such as load calculations, structural design, and construction documentation. With Revit Structure, you can streamline your workflow and collaborate more effectively with other members of your team, resulting in more efficient and accurate project outcomes. In this blog, we'll explore the key features and benefits of Revit Structure, and provide tips and tricks for using the software effectively. Whether you are new to Revit Structure or an experienced user looking to improve your skills, you'll find valuable insights and information here

Revit Roadmap for Structures

2017 Split Columns Column base attachment to footings/foundations Structural foundation reporting parameters New parameters for slab documentation Steel Connections Generic connections Rebar modelling Reinforcement connectors Bent fabric reinforcement Constrained rebar placement Graphical rebar constraint editing Variable rebar distribution 2018 Rebar modelling Rebar placement in free-form concrete objects Improved varying rebar distribution Graphical rebar constraints in 3D views Rebar placement in imported concrete elements Steel Connection New steel connection types Steel connection for custom sections Specify the priority of elements in steel connections New precast content for beams, columns, and foundations 2019 Steel structures and connections 130 new standard steel connections Combine steel parts and standard connections to define a custom connection type.