The beta period for Tally ended on March 1st. Tally is now commercially available on Autodesk Exchange, as well as on

New enhancements and features have been released in the commercial version:

  • Tally data can now be added to a Revit template file, allowing users to redefine information for commonly-used Revit families across projects. This results in time savings and consistency firm-wide.
  • Tally now lets users filter elements from linked models by both phase and workset.
  • New assemblies have been added, including a wide array of cladding panels, complete with hardware and finishes.
  • New materials have been added, including 78 Environmental Product Declarations backed by GaBi life cycle data for specific manufactured products.

Tally is a Revit application that allows architects and engineers to quantify the environmental impact of building materials for whole building analysis as well as comparative analyses of design options. While working on a Revit model, the user can define relationships between BIM elements and construction materials from the Tally database. The result is Life Cycle Assessment on demand, and an important layer of decision-making information within the same time frame, pace, and environment that building designs are generated. As a Revit application, Tally is easy to use and requires no special modeling practices.

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