Features Reporting and dashboards

Whether it is improving safety, quality, schedule, or budget, capturing and utilizing data allows teams to improve project outcomes and increase margins, and deliver a safe working environment. BIM 360 makes data actionable with powerful and customizable dashboards and reports, and machine-learning based analysis of construction data to minimize risk.

Key Benefits

  • Personalized snapshots of action items
  • Real-time view of project status
  • Project risk analysis and prediction
  • Insights into company-wide performance


Instantly view real-time project status around Quality, Safety, RFIs and Submittal items in customizable dashboards.

Detail Reports

Create reports that include detailed information on quality and safety checklists or issues, RFIs or Submittals. Drill into specific items via hyperlink.

Summary Reports

Create reports to provide summary-level status of quality, safety and project controls programs. Individual items can be viewed in detail via hyperlink.

View & Share Reports

Filter and view all reports from a single location, and share directly to any project stakeholder via email or PDF export.

Project Home

A personalized view into every project, with access to important, relevant, and actionable information from across BIM 360 and some 3rd party services.

Card Library

Customize the view of Dashboards and Project Home by selecting from a library of cards that contain summary, detail and project-level data.

Partner Cards

View and analyze data from third-party applications like scheduling and estimating software, site cameras or artificial intelligence tools to gain a complete picture of the project.

Construction IQ

Built-in machine learning and AI functionality that permeates across BIM 360 to identify high risk issues that impact cost, schedule, quality, and safety.

Data Connector

Quickly extract project data from BIM 360 for customized use in other robust business intelligence tools, all through a single click.

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