Revit Model Annotations

Layer’s Revit Model Annotations feature is tailored to suit different phases of your design project.

Streamline your 2D and 3D design process

Easily place architectural annotations on your Revit Model, whether you prefer 3D views or traditional 2D sheets. This flexibility allows you to seamlessly integrate the markup process into your existing design and construction workflows.

Here are the 4 examples of how to use this feature:

→ Schematic Design: During the Schematic Design phase, our markup tools enable you to coordinate model changes effectively. Illustrate design concepts and ideas clearly. Collaborate with your team and clients by marking up 3D views or 2D PDF documents or sheets.

→ Design Development: Update a Revit object’s attributes such as a floor or ceiling finish directly in architectural drawings.

As you progress to the Design Development phase, you can easily update attributes of Revit objects, such as floor or ceiling finishes, directly within your architectural drawings. This seamless integration saves time and reduces errors, ensuring a smoother design process.

→ Construction Documents: Verify quantities and locations in Construction Drawings
When working on Construction Documents, accuracy is crucial. Our markup tools allow you to verify quantities and locations directly within your Construction Drawings. This ensures that your team and contractors have precise information to execute the project flawlessly.

→ Construction Administration: Use the model for site observations
During the Construction Administration phase, our Revit Model Annotations can be used for site observations. Easily visualize and communicate changes needed on-site using the 3D views or 2D sheets to foster better communication and problem-solving.

Learn more about this feature.
Excited to see how our 3D and 2D Revit Model Annotations work in action? Watch our New Release Demo Webinar using the link below. Our experts will guide you through the features and demonstrate how Layer can transform your design process.