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Autodesk Revit has changed the way building contractors, architects, and engineers do their jobs, and Udemy has excellent courses to help you master it. AutoDesk Revit has become an invaluable tool to building professionals, because it allows users to monitor construction projects and make changes as needed.

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Revit is drafting software with superpowers. Rather than just render 2D line drawings, Revit allows architects and engineers to fully visualize building projects in 3D using real life information. Revit is great for contractors as well, thanks to its ability to generate cost schedules and manage change orders.

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Revit is a Building Information Modeling (BIM) software application that architecture, engineering, and construction (AEC) professionals use to create detailed construction drawings. Autodesk, the same company that released AutoCAD, acquired Revit a few short years after its 1997 release. Many people compare Revit to AutoCAD because both allow users to create 2D drawings. The main difference between the two is that AutoCAD is a general-purpose drawing application, while Revit was initially exclusive to the AEC industry. Revit also creates 3D models that store important real-time information about a building or construction project. Designers can then edit and update information over the life of the building. Many AEC professionals prefer Revit because it helps them efficiently manage large construction projects.