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Revit for MEP engineering

Design complex building systems with confidence

Revit software helps engineers, designers, and contractors across the MEP (mechanical, electrical, and plumbing) disciplines model to a high level of detail and easily coordinate with building project contributors.

What you can do with Revit

Revit supports collaboration with architects and structural engineers

Integrated design

Streamline the engineering design process with Revit. Use a single model to enhance the communication of design intent, before construction begins.

Insight 360 can help you with your analyses

Analysis

Conduct simulations and interference detection earlier in the design process to help meet requirements for building systems efficiency. Use conceptual energy analysis data for engineering-driven calculations.

Revit offers plumbing design and documentation features

Documentation

Use tools created specifically to design, model, and document building systems in the context of a full building information model, including architectural and structural components.

Model for MEP fabrication using tools that automate the fabrication model layout

Fabrication

Model for MEP fabrication using tools that automate the fabrication model layout. Prepare a model for detailed coordination of fabrication and installation.

Extend the power of Revit

Revit works with complementary products and services that help expand your ability to conduct analyses and design for fabrication.

Use Revit models and Insight 360 to conduct simulations that help you understand which design elements can lead to more effective building systems.

Extend Revit models created with ITM content to detail shop drawings and prepare systems for field installation.

Create more accurate, competitive bids with cost estimation software designed expressly for MEP.

Help meet manufacturing requirements and produce sheet metal components more efficiently with ductwork fabrication software.

Case studies

What Revit users are saying

See how Autodesk customers are using Revit to help streamline their work processes.*

DLB Associates: Innovation in engineering

DLB Associates is a technology-focused engineering firm that uses Revit to help clients visualize projects, such as Google’s data centers and Mecca’s Grand Mosque, before they’re built.

"BIM and project visualizations help us convey technical aspects of our engineering designs to our clients and help them better understand those designs. This visual collaboration enables us to translate their needs into optimal solutions." —Lee Kopsatfis, Director of AEC Services, DLB Associates

 DLB Associates customer story


Glumac: Sustainable building design

Consulting engineering firm Glumac leads in sustainable design by using energy analysis and CFD simulation in Revit.

"We use BIM as a tool to achieve maximum sustainability on the projects. . . . We can minimize the capital expenditures while still achieving the energy efficiency and the comfort that’s critical for the operation of the facility.” —Steven Straus, CEO, Glumac

Video (4:57 min.)


Heapy Engineering: HVAC system design saves time and money

Ohio-based Heapy Engineering, a leader in sustainably based MEP and technology systems design, worked on the $180-million Mercy West Hospital.

"With help from Revit, we were able to show how to build out the entire 250-room patient tower in a warehouse before the building would be topped out. They put in these pre-assembled corridor racks as they constructed the rest of the building, and it saved months of construction time." —Joe Ferdelman, Senior Principal and Leader of the Heath Care Group, Heapy Engineering

 Heapy Engineering customer story


Southland Industries: Driving fabrication from design

Employees of Southland Industries, a large U.S. building systems expert, explain how they use Revit and fabrication software to drive the design, detailing, fabrication, and installation of MEP systems.

"Fabrication bridges the gap between Revit and construction; it gives us the ability to take our design-build concept and enter into that single-model software delivery method that we want to be in and have wanted to be in for years." —Jim Meacham, Senior Project Manager, Southland Industries

Video (5:05 min.)

*Autodesk has ended the sale of Building Design Suite. The Architecture, Engineering & Construction Collection gives you a new way to access an essential set of BIM tools for building design, civil infrastructure, and construction, while providing greater value, more flexibility, and a simplified customer experience.