• What’s New in Revit 2025

    What’s New in Revit 2025? Revit 2025 offers new capabilities and enhancements for site design, upgrades for modeling and documenting in concrete and steel design, Total Carbon Analysis for architects…


  • All About Carbon: 6 classes from Autodesk University with cases and capabilities for carbon reduction

    More than 140 countries and over 9,000 leading global companies have committed to achieving net-zero emissions by 2050, according to the United Nations. The built world is one of the biggest contributors…


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    Autodesk Revit 2024.2 is Now Available

    What’s New in Revit 2024.2? Better navigation within a new Revit Home is now in Tech Preview, along with interoperability and performance improvements for STEP Import and for IFC files,…


  • Revit 2024.1 is now available

    Revit 2024.1 builds out capabilities for design and documentation, interoperability and data transfer, and insights and analysis introduced in recent releases. The release of Revit 2024 brought big upgrades for…


  • Advancing Capabilities for Steel Detailing and Design in BIM

    Autodesk is connecting structural steel to BIM. Since the inception of BIM in the early 2000s, we have worked to bring the benefits of BIM to our users throughout the…


  • Structural Analytical Model Automation

    New Structural Analytical Model in Revit As more and more structural engineers embrace Building Information Modeling (BIM) workflows, demand is increasing for analytical collaboration in BIM. The development of a…