I like that you can work your projects in different planes at the same time, as well as if you start working on a floor plan, at the same time, you are creating 3D views, elevations, section cuts, etc.
Each element that is created in Revit, such as walls, floors, windows and doors, must be fed with information and parameters such as materials, finishes, coatings, etc. A set plane, also advances in other planes and stages of the project, improving efficiency and saving time.
To the means of work and help to advance. in budgets and quotes.
Revit has a large library of built-in elements that can be integrated into your project, but there are also libraries of larger elements and materials on the Internet, some of them, the same ones, the data, the parameters, the rights that can be very precise.
Since it is a software of autodesk, it is compatible with other programs of the company, facilitating the import and export of projects.
It takes a while to set things right to really get the efficiency that a program like this needs. One more problem is that it is a large and heavy program. Starting a new business we do not yet have the income to buy newer and faster computers. The Lite version is still a bit heavy in my opinion.
Minimum system requirements are not enough for the day with the coordination model that has many other linked business models. 3D CAD models are not displayed correctly.
As good as Revit is, it has the disadvantage that it is loaded with popularity due to its relative novelty in the market. This is a challenge because a new software has few tutors and experts and, therefore, it takes a lot of time and effort to learn and master. Revit is also restricted to buildings and has no designs for roads and cars, for example.
I'm a big Revit fan and I recommend as many people as possible. I think it's more intuitive than using AutoCAD and the way it responds makes sense to me. It has many features that I find extremely useful. It is especially useful to be able to quickly navigate a view to get a better perspective of the projects I am working on.
When it comes to 3D mode, Revit stands out for being the best in my opinion. I like the fact that it has structural, mechanical and architectural interfaces with segments that contain several design components in families. Revit makes 3D mode very easy and fast because changes in a segment are automatically communicated to other segments. As we all know, time is money and, therefore, this saves a lot of time and money. I use it in the company to carry out the 3D surveys of the projects that the clients request, it is a more real way of showing them how they want and how they are seeing their finished projects, besides, it is ideal to go through the spaces in which you are working, to coordinate multiple disciplines in one place and to perform lighting calculations in one place.