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Case studies

What Revit LT users are saying

See how smaller architecture firms can transition to Building Information Modeling (BIM) with Revit LT or AutoCAD Revit LT Suite software.

Noland Design

Philip Noland applies his passion for design to create professional 3D renderings by subscribing to Revit LT Suite.

"I’m a small company, and subscription for Revit LT has allowed me to get back in the game with using BIM software, because we don’t have a huge operating budget. And it's more manageable when I can use subscription-based software and move through the year feeling comfortable about maintaining a budget and still operating with a very sophisticated platform."
—Philip Noland, Noland Designs

Video (2:30 min)

Mohle Design, Inc.

Geoffrey Tears, an architectural designer for a small scale design firm, stays competitive and produces drawings faster by subscribing to Revit LT.

"Affordability, technical support, and flexibility were the ultimate selling points for us. As new versions of Revit LT come out, we are able to quickly upgrade with no trouble, keeping up with what's going on in the industry."
—Geoffrey Tears, Mohle Design

Video (2:00 min)

United Structural Design, LLC

Learn how a small engineering firm wins more business and delivers better designs in less time using Revit LT as their low-cost option for BIM and 3D modeling.

"Revit LT is the best low-cost option for BIM and 3D modeling. The software works the way a structural engineer thinks—in 3 dimensions. It’s easy to use and differentiates our firm, giving us an instant competitive advantage."
—John Elder, United Structural Design

 United Structural Design customer story