Autodesk® Revit® allows architects, engineers, and construction professionals to:
Model shapes, structures, and systems in 3D with parametric accuracy, precision, and ease.
Streamline project management with instant revisions to plans, elevations, schedules, sections, and sheets.
Unite multidisciplinary project teams for higher efficiency, collaboration, and impact in the office or on the jobsite.
With tools for sketching, scheduling, sharing, annotating, and visualizing, Revit helps architects, engineers, and contractors collaborate more effectively.
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Learn about the benefits of integrating CAD and BIM workflows into your landscape design practice and check out new capabilities for site and landscape design in Revit.
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PRODUCT ROAD MAP
See what’s in the product development pipeline with a live look at the Revit public roadmap.
Autodesk Revit is used to design, document, visualize, and deliver architecture, engineering, and construction projects.
Architects, structural engineers, MEP engineers, civil engineers, construction professionals, fabricators, computational designers, owners, and more all use Autodesk Revit to achieve their design, construction, operations, and maintenance goals for buildings and infrastructure.
With a subscription to Revit software, you can install it on up to 3 computers or other devices. However, only the named user can sign in and use that software on a single computer at any given time. Please refer to the Software License Agreement for more information.
A great place to start is the Revit Quick Start Guide. Learn the basics of Autodesk Revit through approachable online instructions, and model for architecture, structures, and MEP. Sample content is available on the Home screen once Autodesk Revit is open.
A guide to keyboard shortcuts is also available. Shortcuts are recommended as you learn your way around the software.
Modeling toolsets for architecture, structure, MEP, and construction
Simulation and analysis
Twinmotion for Revit