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Revit Releases Revit 4.0

Promises improved quality, reduced cost and shortened schedules (October 18, 2001)
Revit Technology Corporation (, creator of the first parametric building modeler for the AEC industry, today announced Revit 4.0 at the Built Environment Conference in London, England. With functionality designed to exceed the most rigorous design challenges and scale to the most complex building projects, Revit 4.0 delivers improved quality, reduced cost and shortened schedules for building projects of all sizes. Revit 4.0 achieves this through its support for Concurrent Building Assets (CBAs), which comprise all of the information -- in graphical, tabular, narrative or digital form -- that any building team member needs to move a building project from the earliest design through to completion.

CBAs capture and maximize the value of information by making it available in the format that is most familiar and appropriate to various professional disciplines in architecture, engineering and construction. Concurrent Building Assets are always 100 percent coordinated with all other CBAs in the project by Revit 4.0s parametric change engine. An architect, for example, viewing a framing plan or bracing elevation from a structural engineer can choose to see it as an architectural floor plan or building section. The steel framing will be shown as the architect wants to see it instead of as a framing drawing. Any individual Concurrent Building Asset -- in this case information about the structural properties of a building -- is presented as required and is reliable because of its guaranteed consistency.

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