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Case studies

What Collaboration for Revit users are saying

See how Autodesk customers are using Collaboration for Revit cloud service.

Large project collaboration in a secure airport environment

Architecture firms Corgan and Gensler, along with construction firms Turner and PCL, relied on Collaboration for Revit and BIM 360 Team to connect a distributed team that collaborated on the complex LAX Midfield Satellite Concourse project.

“We use Collaboration for Revit on a daily basis to simultaneously work on Revit models. We have folks in all of our offices—Phoenix, Los Angeles, Dallas—accessing the models at any given time.” —Chad Speas, Design Applications Manager, Corgan

Video (2:47 min.)


Hennebery Eddy and Fentress: Teaming up for project

Two architecture firms used Collaboration for Revit and BIM 360 Team to work together on a Portland, OR, airport.

“Whether I’m five feet from somebody or 2,000 miles away, the interaction is the same.” —Corey Ochsner, Senior Associate, Fentress Architects

Video (2:13 min.)


McCarthy: Coordinating concrete structures

Arizona-based McCarthy Building Companies used Collaboration for Revit to streamline VD&C processes on an aquarium project.

“It enhances the flow of information in a way we’ve never experienced before and helps us get the job done faster. For example, on this project we reduced our turnaround time for models and drawings by more than 35 percent. —Enrique Sarmiento, VDC Manager, McCarthy Building Companies

 McCarthy customer story


Newman Architects: Moving BIM to the cloud

Full-service architectural and planning firm Newman Architects uses Collaboration for Revit to give project teams centralized access to Revit project files in the cloud.

“Seamless information sharing between joint ventures and project partners is the future of doing business. And Collaboration for Revit gives us that future . . . today.” —Leo Gonzales, Architect and BIM Manager, Newman Architects

 Newman customer story


Martinez + Johnson: Transforming joint venture teamwork

Architectural firm Martinez + Johnson's use of Collaboration for Revit has revolutionized its collaborative design process.

“Collaboration for Revit is a great solution for joint venture partnerships, interoffice collaboration, and staff who work remotely.” —Kal Houhou, Director of Technology, Martinez + Johnson Architecture

 Martinez + Johnson customer story


Bates Architects: Connecting project teams

Bates Architects, located in Springfield, MO, is using Collaboration for Revit along with A360 to connect project teams working on the Mercy Hospital project.

“The model has become . . . the de facto gathering place for the entire project.” —Paul Sabal, Principal, Bates and Associates Architects

Video (2:37 min.)