While the 2008 versions of the product line have been available for some months now, you may or may not be aware of developments happening outside of your discipline’s toolset. Here’s a link to a very comprehensive review of what’s new in Revit Structure 2008 on AECbytes: http://www.aecbytes.com/review/2007/RevitStructure2008.html

It’s good to know what’s possible in each flavor of Revit to better help all involved in building design create more consistent, coordinated project documents. Some of the improvements to the tools may have architects a little green-eyed, wishing they could take advantage of the tools. Why not have a license in your office? You never know when it might come in handy to visualize some complex roof trusses, or take advantage of some of the cool free tools also available that run exclusively on RST at www.extensions4revit.com . There are now over 13 free and time-saving tools to aid in producing structural documents and performing analysis. A few of these tools are also available in pay for use versions that add even more features.

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