Collaboration for Civil 3D enables project teams—whether within one company or across multiple companies—to collaborate securely on Civil 3D projects and store design files, data shortcuts, and external references in a common data repository.
Design collaboration on civil infrastructure projects between two or more consultants, or even the same consultant among multiple offices has always been a challenge. Scheduling, drawing and file access, versions, markups can get mixed up or even turn up missing, sometimes at critical phases.
Users who have access to BIM360 Design and are assigned to a Project who wish to use Collaboration for Civil 3D will need to have the service entitlement assigned to them by the Contract Manager/Administrator or Software Coordinator/Secondary Admin. It is unassigned by default.
You will receive the following, or similar, if the service has not been assigned while attempting to use the collaboration service for Civil 3D:
Architects and civil engineers working together on projects can benefit from new, unprecedented interoperability between Revit and Civil 3D introduced with the 2019.1 releases.
Register for this webinar to hear product managers Harlan Brumm and Tim Yarris walk you through this new workflow, demonstrating how BIM 360 can revolutionize work processes between civil engineers and architects working together on a project.
Learn how to:
Save time and improve accuracy when transferring site information and project location data
Originally for the BIM 360 Team Hubs, the Autodesk Desktop Connector is available in BIM 360 Docs as an open preview.
The Autodesk Desktop Connector is a way for you to manage your remote BIM 360 documents from your desktop. Drag and drop, open, copy and delete the files without browsing to the BIM 360 project website.