What is Revit in 3D projects?
Revit is a digital/software tool for 3D modelling and for extracting data and 2D drawings.
Revit is used essentially for architecture, urban development, engineering and design. The Revit program was developed by Charles River Software, a company founded in 1997 and later renamed Revit Technology Corporation in 2000, the year in which it launched the first stable version. In 2002, Autodesk acquired the company and Revit has been part of its product line until today.
All our staff members are trained in Revit. We use two-dimensional and three-dimensional means of representation.
Advantages of using the Revit tool
- The software application can be used to model your project’s volumes in digital format. This enables us, in an initial stage, to generate not only a 2D display but also a 3D display of the project while it is being developed.
- We may extract layouts, cross-sections and elevations in any project stage, as well as three-dimensional images through the 3D visualization service.
We guarantee a more reliable project through this digital tool, thereby reducing surprises during the design stage.
By creating project stages, the software gives us the option of generating drawings with the so-called “conventional colors” required by town council entities during the licensing and legalization stages. This provides a more exact representation of demolitions and new edifices and permits extraction of areas covered by the said works.
All this information is included in the model in a single file for real time and simultaneous collaboration by the various specialized fields and by various architects. If furniture, sanitary or other objects are provided by manufacturers in 3 dimensions, they may be inserted in the project. There are already some online databases, such as the BIMobject, Roca, and other platforms from which the respective 3D image files may be downloaded. Images used for executing your project may be extracted at any time and alterations made.