Construction Document Management with BIM 360

Today’s construction professionals need to know how to gain access to the right information at the right time in order to enhance team collaboration, minimize mistakes and rework, and increase project profitability. It is important for you to know how to integrate cloud-based technologies into the workflow to collaborate more effectively with your team members. This course is designed for students majoring in AE (Architectural Engineering), CM (Construction Management) or CVE (Civil Engineering) who will be active members of construction projects in the future where they would benefit from the use of connected BIM.
The materials for this course have been designed for inclusion in introductory undergraduate level courses, such as Introduction to BIM, Plan Reading or Graphic Communication.

About Autodesk BIM 360
BIM 360 is a cloud-based platform for collaboration, communication, construction documentation, and project management, and a significant number of construction professionals are using BIM 360 tools.

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@Balaji Sai Kuma At this time we are not able to offer a certificate of completion for this course.
@Adrian Perfecto From our product manager: There are some similarities between A360 and BIM 360 Glue, and there are key differences. A360 supports general design and collaboration, while BIM 360 Glue is designed for construction project delivery workflows from preconstruction through construction. Both A360 and BIM 360 Glue provide desktop, web, and mobile access, multi-format file/model sharing, and easy model viewing and markup. BIM 360 Glue also provides real-time BIM collaboration and model aggregation, ensuring that the entire team has access to the most recent multi-disciplinary project models. Glue provides team-based, collaborative coordination and clash detection, with support for 50 different industry formats. Glue is also integrated with Revit and AutoCAD for round-trip BIM coordination workflows. This empowers the team to continuosly resolve conflicts and accelerates the project coordination process. Glue also enables you to leverage your BIM investment throughout the project lifecycle, providing access to BIM data for field workflows, such as construction layout (BIM 360 Layout) and commissioning (BIM 360 Field).