Discontinuing of Revit Suites


Effective April 12, 2012 Autodesk is discontinuing new seat purchases and upgrades of their Autodesk Revit Suite packages.

  • AutoCAD® Revit® Architecture Suite
  • AutoCAD® Revit® MEP Suite
  • AutoCAD® Revit® Structure Suite

Customers will then have the option to purchase or upgrade to a Building Design Suite Package.

** Customers who have Revit Suite licenses on a Current Subscription Contract are unaffected by this change, but additional purchases or upgrades forward will need to follow the path to a Building Design Suite solution **

Model-Based Design and Visualization Autodesk® Building Design Suite Premium 2012 offers architects and engineers an optimized set of tools in a single economical and convenient package. Create compelling visualizations, document more efficiently, and take advantage of Building Information Modeling (BIM).


  • AutoCAD®
  • AutoCAD® Architecture
  • AutoCAD® MEP
  • AutoCAD® Structural Detailing
  • Autodesk® Showcase®
  • Autodesk® SketchBook® Designer
  • Autodesk® Revit® Architecture
  • Autodesk® Revit® MEP
  • Autodesk® Revit® Structure
  • Autodesk® 3ds Max® Design

Tools for Design and Construction Autodesk® Building Design Suite Ultimate 2012 is ideally suited for construction professionals. It offers the power of BIM and an advanced set of comprehensive tools for design and construction in a single economical and convenient package.


  • All Solutions Available in Premium, plus….
  • Autodesk® Navisworks® Manage
  • Autodesk® Quantity Takeoff
  • Autodesk® Inventor®

Building Information Modeling for Buildings

Total CAD Systems’ Support and Services Team, Suites and Subscription are your winning advantage!

If you have any questions regarding this change, please email me at ppadamada@tcadsys.com or call (281)445-6161 Ext. 236

One Response to “Discontinuing of Revit Suites”

  1. anonymous me Says:

    It’s sad to see that Autodesk just continues to ignore that the majority of the Firms are small firms that can’t afford to be paying for software we don’t even need! Sounds like this Suite will be very expensive as it includes all this unnnecessary software!
    Why can’t Autodesk be a friend to small businesses instead of its nemesis?!

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