One Click LCA
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Get reliable whole building life-cycle assessments, instantly. Automate LCA with BIM & BEM integrations. Get results that comply with EN & ISO standards, LEED, BREEAM, and 40+ other certifications.
The One Click LCA plugin for Autodesk® Revit® delivers instant certification and standards-compliant LCA from your Revit models. The plugin works with structural and architectural models, and is able to adapt to your material labeling practices. The plugin connects automatically to the One Click LCA cloud service, detecting the materials used in your models and calculating their environmental impacts automatically.
Learn more on the One Click LCA website: https://www.oneclicklca.com/
The One Click LCA plugin license is included in the license of the One Click LCA web service, which is required. This plugin is not sold or licensed separately.
The One Click LCA plugin license is included in the license of the One Click LCA web service, which is required. This plugin is not sold or licensed separately. Please visit https://www.oneclicklca.com/ for more information and to sign up for a free trial.
There is no support for this plugin provided by OneClick. All the training on their YouTube chanel is from 4 to 5 years ago. If you run into any issues, prepare to just get stuck (including basic ones like the log in failing, after paying for an expensive corporate licence). Very frustrating.
Does it work in Revit 24?
Hello, the current version does not support Revit 24. We support all previous versions. We aim to launch a new version that works also with Revit 24 during Q2. If you wish, you can reach out to our customer support (email@example.com) and we will keep you posted on the updates. Compatible versions are also mentioned in the Item's details on the right side of the page. Is there something else you would like us to help you with?
One Click LCA is a life-saver, making green building design easy and efficient. I really like how the environmental impacts are visualized and how easy it is to make comparisons between different designs