See how Autodesk customers are using Revit to help streamline their working processes.
Legendre Group: Increasing efficiency at work
The Legendre Group, a French construction company, has been using Revit in most of its projects and in particular for the construction of the city of Rennes b line subway.
"On this project, the BIM implementation influenced the whole supply chain […] and now companies that are partners in this project […] are reusing this process on other projects and are able to share and collaborate in a BIM workflow."
—Julien Benoit, BIM Manager, Legendre Group
Consigli Construction Co., Inc.: Exceeding project completion deadlines
Consigli Construction Co. completed the construction of a residence hall early using BIM solutions from Autodesk. 3D walk-throughs and intelligent models allowed the entire team to troubleshoot and manipulate the project in advance.
"The BIM process contributed immense value. We completed the project on schedule and half a percent under budget. BIM helped make that possible by preventing delays and costly issues."
—Howard Hobbs, Project Manager, Consigli Construction Co., Inc.
Hoar Construction: Project acceleration and collaboration
During its expansion of a major children’s medical center, Hoar Construction was able to successfully collaborate with the entire team, accelerate the project, and eliminate extraneous resources with help from Revit and Navisworks Manage software.
"BIM and the Autodesk Building Design Suite have made a very real contribution. The suite provided ready access to the BIM tools we used to help coordinate the project, reduce waste, and collaborate with the design team."
—Aaron Wright, BIM Director, Hoar Construction
MaineGeneral Medical Center: Streamlining construction in healthcare
MaineGeneral Medical Center is using Autodesk BIM solutions for everything from the design to the lifecycle management of its healthcare facilities.
"We looked into a BIM to solution to be able to model the project, coordinate it during construction, manage it during construction, and then into the lifecycle of the building."
—Adam P. Troidl, Construction Manager, MaineGeneral Medical Center