Revit software is recognized as a building design tool for architectural, structural, plumbing, and HVAC (heating, ventilating, and air conditioning). At Whitman, Requardt & Associates, LLP (WR&A), the Water Wastewater discipline saw the benefits that others were experiencing using Revit software and decided to take Revit software to the next level for use with large diameter pipe used in process plants. With only AutoCAD software 2D experience, the switch to Revit software identified changes needed within the design process and workflow. These changes ultimately led to a better-coordinated design for clients, and Revit software is now the tool of choice for many Water Wastewater projects. This session will demonstrate how WR&A's Water Wastewater disciplines utilized Revit software for more than plumbing.
- The process, from initial design to hand off to other disciplines
- Discover some of the new AWWA content included with Revit 2015 software
- Learn how to create new pipe types and systems
- Learn how to create content for larger pipe sizes