Revit MEP

Sizing AS3500 Compliant Pipework Using Revit – Part 2

An important part of domestic water design is calculating flow and pressure losses, a common complaint I have

Filtering Schedules

I had a question earlier in the week via Linkedin from Marvin, the question was Ryan, I was

Sizing AS3500 Compliant Pipework Using Revit – Part 1

For Australians that have tried working with the pipe sizing tool within Revit, you would know that Revit doesn’t quite

Using Integers for Tricky Titleblocks

Have you ever come across a project with a keyplan in the titleblock and wondered how to go

Scope Box Synchroniser Addin

Have you ever tried to manage a large project across multiple models with numerous scope boxes? Or maybe you

Using Excitech Tools to Create Coordinate Schedules

Have you ever adventured into the land of site works in Revit and needed to provide contractors with

Creating Pipework Drop/Rise Hexagons

If you’re located in Australia or New Zealand, chances are you use these lovely hexagons or some other

Getting Started With Hydraulic Pipe Sizing in Revit

I’ve been poking my nose around Revit Forum a little more lately and a post in the MEP forum

Clean 2D Pipe Fitting Symbols

One of the gripes that a lot of hydraulic engineers and modellers have with Revit is the representation

So You Want to Model All Services in One Model?

..but you don’t have an all services template to start with. How do you go about setting this