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Autodesk Revit MEP

Building projects involve a number of different dimensions that need to be taken into consideration from the design stage. The ability to design and intelligently link mechanical, electrical and plumbing elements to your building model is crucial and will save you a considerable amount of time. MEP design change requests are common, and it’s reassuring to know they can be reflected in real time. The ability to transfer the model between your design and production teams, or to other applications for analysis will improve the collaborative aspect of your projects.

The advantages of Autodesk Revit MEP

  • 2D designs linked to the 3D model and generated according to your drawing standards
  • Multidisciplinary coordination
  • Quantity schedules linked to the model
  • Model transferable to other analysis tools

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Example of real applications

Building Engineering
Enables engineers to offer their clients top-quality drawings and specifications, and better coordinated construction documents. The ability to share the model allows you to improve collaboration between your design, analysis, and production teams, and with other professionals.
Construction
Revit MEP is a valuable tool for producing project estimates. Give your clients a rapid overview of costs by producing a preliminary design of the building’s mechanical components, and use the schedule linked to the model to produce more accurate bids.
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