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Is Revit 2023 a Real Potential for Construction?

by Tejjy Inc CEO

What's New in Revit 2023? Improved performance, enhanced productivity seeded from user requests, and wiser data management approaches are all available in this software application. It's 2023, and a new Revit is waiting for all the AEC professionals! In this article, let’s inspect the new features of Revit 2023 that have real potential for construction. Even if this version of Revit does not have major new features, it provides a lot of improvements. The most recent developments are notified in Revit's Generative Design like improved study, increased Dynamo options for Generative Design tools and a consistent Dynamo Player experience. Revit 2023 has a new connection automation toolbox. It comes with a comprehensive collection of tools for structural engineering firms and detailers. Added to that are pre-defined connections, as rule-based parameters, providing greater automation for steel connection, libraries, and several rebar enhancements, such as adaptive placement and better visualization. 

Let’s look at how Revit 2023 has real potential for construction? 

  • Fine-tunes modeling & documentation tool: 2023 release provides better modeling and construction documentation. The updated version of the software is jam-packed with improvements aimed at everything from design to document processing. Filtering by sheet in schedules is a great way to ensure that you have the right data in documentation sets. Schedules filled with Revit conditional formatting added to critical schedules for families and types. Additional tools for customizing the display and labeling of displaced elements are available in the software, making complex annotations easy to understand. The release has the potential to strengthen Revit's status as a professional-grade design-to-documentation powerhouse by adding categories, filters, and a new 3D tool measurement. 
  • Improves analytical modeling for the structural engineers: Increased speed, variety, and quality control are driving a shift toward a new analytical modeling workflow for structural engineers. Modeling in 2D and 3D views would generate design intent autonomously from the physical model. It could also start with a parametric, "analysis-first" method to develop the analytical model from engineering needs for buildings, roofing structures, pavilions, staircases, and more. Revit 2023 is a more comprehensive toolkit for structural engineers and detailers, with improved rebar placement and visualization, along with additional automation for steel connection libraries. 
  • Saves time for electrical engineers with plan-based load analysis: Revit 2023 introduces a new electrical analysis methodology for loading takeoffs from linked DWGs, PDFs, or Revit models. These load takeoffs, along with other features enable you to conceptually characterize electrical system elements. Further, you can calculate preliminary building load and load on primary equipment components directly in the Revit environment. 
  • Improves data accuracy from form development through documentation: The FormIt Pro to Revit 3D Sketch workflow connects the free-hand and computational form-making capabilities of FormIt Pro with the design development and documentation capabilities of Revit. Early-stage analysis is used by AEC professionals to assess and successfully translate design concepts into design deliverables, cutting down modeling time and rework. Autodesk is also seeking feedback on a new Spacemaker to Revit add-in, which is currently in beta for European Spacemaker subscribers and Spacemaker trials. 
  • Makes BIM data more accessible with Autodesk Docs: The new features in Autodesk Docs enable new levels of collaboration, interoperability, and automation with Revit data. Revit 2023 introduces new ways to handle and distribute data with Data Exchanges in Autodesk Docs. The software adds two new workflows: a Revit-to-Inventor architecture-to-fabrication workflow and a Revit-to-Microsoft Power Automate connector, integrating design data to Microsoft ecosystem business process automation. These new procedures, as well as the release of the Revit Parameter Service in technical preview, make it possible to manage data more effectively, quickly, and safely with the AEC stakeholders. 
  • Boosts productivity updating Generative Design, Dynamo Player & Dynamo 2.13: Generative Design and Dynamo Player have been redesigned to boost the productivity of both new and experienced computational designers. The interfaces of Generative Design and Dynamo Player now include sliders, numeric entry boxes, extra in-menu information, and easier access to product help and support. Some of the new features in Dynamo 2.13 are upgrades for Groups, scroll-over actions for wires, and the ability to pin, observe and organize nodes and graphs. 

There's a lot more to this release to entice the BIM professionals. For more information about Revit BIM application in construction projects, contact Tejjy Inc. BIM service providers in USA at 202-465-4830 or info@tejjy.com. 


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