Put the structure into infrastructure

Set up a digital delivery structure that connects teams and data in the cloud. With a better data exchange comes greater insights, optimized design and constructibility decisions, and accurate handover across the project lifecycle.

Technologies that connect project phases and teams

In this executive summary, see how a digital delivery approach helps you capture, process, and integrate data more effectively across teams and the project lifecycle.

Get the insights and visualizations you need to manage complexity, cost, and transparency for your customers.

Connect data across projects

Smarter infrastructure with open data standards

The civil infrastructure sector is progressing towards the goal of open BIM-based workflows. And with that is Autodesk's commitment to open software and building a better-built environment. See how the exchange of data leads to better collaboration and innovation for transportation workflows.

BIM and GIS data now connected in the cloud

It's now even easier to connect data across the asset lifecycle. With the launch of ArcGIS GeoBIM, you can connect GIS and BIM data through a direct cloud integration between Esri's ArcGIS Online and Autodesk BIM Collaborate.

"By requiring digital delivery, we were able to reduce costs and increase data transparency – allowing all project stakeholders access to the same information"

- Jen Jewett, Innovations Project Manager, Montana Department of Transportation

Engineering and design firms leading roadway project delivery

  • Development of the A10 motorway, VINCI Autoroutes and Egis

    Bringing materials into BIM to reduce pre-project cost by 7% and carbon footprint by 40%.

  • Alaskan Way Viaduct and Seawall Restoration, Parsons Brinkerhoff

    Combining data sources to explore design options in context.

  • Wutaishan Interchange, Chongqing Architectural Design Institute of China

    Speeding up the reconstruction of a 3km interchange, viaducts, bridges, and ramps.

"The data hosted in BIM Collaborate [formerly BIM 360] can be provided to project participants for review, which greatly improves the communication efficiency and progress of the project, reduces design changes and speeds up project approval."

- Hao Fu, Civil Engineer, Chongqing Architectural Design Institute of China

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