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Building Information Modeling Adds New Dimension to Architectural Design - San Diego architecture and engineering firms are gaining a competitive edge by using Autodesk Revit Building for their building projects, Rana Kay, San Diego Source, April 18, 2006

AEC Tech News: 2D to 3D # 14 - Autodesk Revit to be used for designing the complex Freedom Tower project, Arnie Williams, Cadalyst AEC, June 23, 2005

Software Used for Freedom Tower Gets Updated - Revit 8 is being used by  Skidmore, Owings & Merrill to design the Freedom Tower at the World Trade Center site in Lower Manhattan, Matthew Phair, First Source, May 4, 2005 (free registration required)

Reaping the Advantages of 3D - a large architectural firm switches from AutoCAD to Revit with great success, Arnie Williams, AEC Tech Trends: 2D to 3D #9, January 27, 2005

Building Model Benefits - a large Washington, D.C. firm relies on Autodesk Revit to provide clients with a realistic review of what their projects will look like on completion, Arnie Williams, Cadalyst, August 16, 2004

2D to 3D Transition #1 - architectural firm Brennan Beer Gorman finds the best of both worlds in Autodesk Revit Series, Arnie Williams, Cadalyst AEC Tech News, March 25, 2004

Revit Donates Software to Several Universities - Revit Technology welcomed the University of Oregon, Montana State University-Bozeman, Mississippi State University, and the New Jersey Institute of Technology to its academic grant program, which supports the innovative use of parametric building technology for teaching and research, January 11, 2002

Alfred H. Cook Architects - California Firm Adopts Parametric Building Modeler for Residential and Commercial Building Design (pdf), Revit.com

Little & Associates Architects - Parametric Building Modeler Speeds Delivery of Retail Construction Projects for Charlotte-Based Architectural Firm (pdf), Revit.com

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