Connect design teams for improved project delivery.
Connect and collaborate with multi-discipline design teams while controlling work sharing at user, role, company, file, or folder-level. With BIM 360 Design’s Design Collaboration workflow, teams have more control over when their data is available to others, and conversely, more control over the consumption of data shared by others.
What is BIM 360?
Autodesk BIM 360 improves project delivery by supporting informed decision-making throughout the project lifecycle for project, design, and construction teams.
BIM 360 empowers project members to anticipate, optimize, and manage all aspects of project performance. The BIM 360 name represents a number of product offerings:
Real-time Revit worksharing means teams can work on the same model and stop wasting time uploading, syncing, transferring ot waiting on large files.
Improve Project Efficiency
See how new design information could impact ongoing work to help reduce rework and downstream construction delays.
Accelerate Project Delivery
Project information in a single cloud-based platform helps streamline approvals. Stick to project deadlines with trackable coordination activity recorded for all teams.
Case Study: Burohappold Saves Big on IPD Project With Brown University using BIM 360
Bringing powerful, collaborative Revit workflows to the cloud.
Revit Cloud Worksharing with BIM 360 brings powerful, collaborative Revit workflows to the cloud. Enable your teams to co-author Revit models in real-time, staying up-to-date with the latest approved work. Use the best talent for the job, no matter where they are located.
How Revit Cloud Worksharing Works
The flow chart above shows an example of how BIM 360 supports Worksharing for your teams. The diagram shows how two or more Revit designers can work together iteratively, and send the model off for approval. The senior architect can review the latest updates in BIM 360 Design without opening Revit.
Extracting maximum value from BIM
"BIM (Building Information Modelling) is a given. Even architects, engineers, and associated stakeholders not working in BIM now will be impacted by the BIM process in the near future as adoption grows worldwide."