BIM 360

Autodesk BIM 360 connects people, data and workflows throughout a project's lifecycle, supporting informed decision-making and improving the process of construction.

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Next-generation design to construction management platform

The next generation Autodesk BIM 360 platform removes data siloes, facilitates interoperability between construction stages and supports connectivity with third party applications, putting the right information in the right hands at the right time. 

Autodesk BIM 360 - Next Generation Construction Management Software

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Build on time and on budget

Built on Autodesk Forge, the new BIM 360 construction platform is an all-in-one solution designed around the workflows that construction projects use to build on time and on budget. The Forge platform is the foundation for building an AEC software ecosystem where the focus is on access to data, irrespective of the applications being used.

Explore the different modules of the new BIM 360 

The Next Generation of BIM 360 Docs

Too many emails, files and messages in too many locations make it difficult for design and construction teams to keep track of changes. Watch our BIM 360 Docs webinar to explore Autodesk's platform for managing and controlling documents.

BIM 360 Document Management

BIM 360 Design - Workflow and Benefits of Collaboration

BIM 360 Design allows geographically dispersed project teams to collaborate on shared Revit models for design and constructability, enabling them to reduce errors and omissions. See it in action by watching our webinar.

Autodesk BIM 360 Design Webinar

BIM 360 Glue

Learn how to accelerate clash detection and model aggregation with BIM 360 Glue.

BIM 360 Glue Webinar

Autodesk University London presentation

During their AU London seminar, Steve Rudge - Head of Construction at Excitech and Caroline Shaw - the BIM Coordinator for Balfour Beatty on the MECD Project in Manchester explained how BIM 360 is being utilised at the heart of the largest higher education build project in the UK. Access a recording of their presentation below.

BIM 360 - Key Features

  • A common data platform
  • Integration and automation of quality and control workflows
  • Project and cross-project reporting, analytics and dashboards
  • Automated clash detection
  • The Connect and Construct exchange
  • Available across iOS and Android mobile devices
Contact us to learn how you can make better decisions and eliminate delays using the new BIM 360 platform.

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