Finally, Revit Civil has arrived arrived. I'm so happy!
DUBUQUE, Iowa, August 12, 2010 – Eagle Point Software Corporation today announced the release of Siteworks for Revit, its second third-party software solution built to run inside Autodesk Revit Architecture.
Siteworks enables architects, designers and planners to shape the terrain for their building sites using grading tools to model pads, parking lots, streets, sidewalks and retaining walls. Siteworks uses native Revit families, components and toposurfaces, so designs become part of the overall Building Information Model without the need to transfer between design systems.
Through various component placement tools, design professionals can further enhance their building models with site grading features to visualize their designs in 3D and to convey design intent to all stakeholders. Firms will find tremendous time savings through the use of dynamic editing tools that provide the ability to change grades, elevations and move grading components while automatically reshaping the underlying toposurface. And with a site plan contained within the Building Information Model, volume and quantity reports are easily viewed using native Revit commands.
"We are very excited about addressing one of the top user requests for Revit from the AUGIWishlist," explains Luis Rojas, Architecture Product Line Manager at Eagle Point. "By providing architects and designers preliminary grading tools inside of Revit, we can dramatically improve the workflow between Civil Engineers and Architects, limiting the amount of back and forth transferring between AutoCAD Civil 3D and Revit."
Pricing and Availability
A single seat license of Siteworks for Revit is priced at $1,995 per license and is currently available for sale with shipping to begin in late August 2010. Siteworks is also available through participating Autodesk Resellers (like me....CADD Centers 954.772.7300 x127)