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GlossaryFebruary 17, 2023
BIM Use Cases at Different Phases of Construction Process
As a technology and a process, BIM, or Building Information Management, has already earned a lot of respect from various players in the construction industry, showcasing the massive number of advantages it can offer. It...
GlossaryFebruary 13, 2023
VR for Navisworks, Revit and other construction management software
Introduction to construction, management software and VR Construction is an incredibly complicated field of work in general. Every single construction process has hundreds of different construction-related processes that must be realized (in a specific order,...
GlossaryJanuary 31, 2023
What is Digital Construction and How Digital Technologies in Construction Improve Productivity?
Introduction to digital architecture and construction Digital construction may seem like a relatively obvious term at first glance. What’s surprising here is how broad this term is and the fact that no definition of digital...
GlossaryJanuary 20, 2023
As Built Documentation: Definition, Meaning and Usecases
Introduction The basic definition of as-built documentation can be derived from its name with relative ease – it is a set of documents (either a drawing or a 3D data set) showcasing the building in...
GlossaryJanuary 19, 2023
What is BIM Methodology? BIM Method Advantages & Disadvantages
Introduction Construction as a whole is a rather complicated process. It was complicated several hundred years ago, and it is even more complicated now, with so many additional elements that have to be in every...
GlossaryJune 15, 2022
Revit Alternatives and Competitors in 2024
Overview Revit is a well-known competitor in the relatively new building information modeling (BIM) software industry. It is most suitable for various tasks in the field of architectural design, and it can be used to...
GlossaryJanuary 24, 2022
What is Navisworks? Differences Between Revit and Navisworks.
Introduction to Navisworks Autodesk has been around for a while now and has established itself as one of the top BIM/CAD software providers on the market. There are plenty of different Autodesk solutions right now,...
GlossaryJanuary 13, 2022
Revit Add Ins, Add Ons, and Plugins for Many Purposes
Introduction BIM platforms like Revit are handy tools that help with various tasks for MEP engineers, architects, contractors, designers, etc. However, they are also not the most convenient and user-friendly software tools in the world,...
GlossaryDecember 24, 2021
Architecture Apps for Mac – How to Pick One
It’s fair to say that architecture applications has been a PC-exclusive domain for quite a long time. Luckily enough, these days have passed already, and now both Windows and Mac devices have their own share...
GlossaryDecember 22, 2021
Advantages and Use Cases for Revit MEP
Introduction Autodesk Revit on its own is a comprehensive BIM software that offers both 3D and 2D perspectives on a project and offers a lot of use cases and tools for architects, contractors, designers, and,...
GlossaryDecember 10, 2021
Top 15 Web Based Construction Management Software in 2024
Introduction to a web based construction management software It’s relatively easy to describe the purpose of a web based construction management software – it’s your regular variation of construction management software that does not require...
GlossaryNovember 23, 2021
How to Export Files from Revit to Navisworks? Exporting Files From One BIM Platform to Another.
Even though the topic of exporting files from Revit to Navisworks is highly specific, it’s still essential to start with going over the definition of the two. First of all, Revit and Navisworks are not...

About the author
James Ocean

BIM/VDC Specialist. James Ocean is Head of BIMspiration at Revizto and keeps everything moving onwards and upwards. From supporting and teaching our internal team as well as our clients, James shows us the ins-and-outs and how to best leverage Revizto to maximize workflows, cut costs, and get all types of projects through the finish line.