Revit for MEP can be a powerful tool for engineers, designers, and contractors across the MEP (mechanical, electrical, and plumbing) disciplines and getting your project setup properly from the beginning can play a critical role in its success. The following instructions will help guide you through setting up a Revit MEP 2018 project from scratch to where an architectural model is linked into an MEP project.
For existing users of Revit MEP, you will find the steps are similar from 2017. One thing that was changed in 2018 was the removal of the Application Menu. In 2018 they added a file drop down to access options such as Opening, Saving, etc.
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Written by Philip Charlson
Philip Charlson brings over nineteen years of experience in mechanical and architectural design experience to Managed Design. He is a certified expert in Revit Architecture and MEP products. In addition, Philip brings twenty five years of CAD/BIM experience on Autodesk products making him an important part of Managed Design’s technical team. Philip’s current responsibilities include training, mentoring, writing technical guides, providing technical support, implementing and content creation.