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Connect project teams in Revit

The Collaboration for Revit® service helps project teams from multiple disciplines, locations, or firms to collaborate in the cloud with centralized access to Revit models.

BIM collaboration software features

  • Revit cloud worksharing

    Project team members from multiple sites can co-author models using the Building Information Modeling (BIM) process.

  • Communicator chat tool

    With Revit cloud solutions, you can connect team members with direct, real-time chat within BIM project models.

  • BIM 360 Team integration

    The entire project team—even non-Revit users—can view, comment on, and mark up models.

  • Manage models and users

    Manage models in a BIM 360 Team project from within Revit.

Why Collaboration for Revit?

  • Expand BIM collaboration

    Collaborate in Revit models easily, efficiently, and cost-effectively. 

  • Accelerate project timelines

    Give team members faster access to the most current models. 

  • Win more work

    Work on projects that require advanced BIM collaboration, such as projects with multiple locations, joint venture or IPD delivery models, or remote teams.

  • Connect the entire team

    Improve the flow of communication for greater project transparency, faster review, and approvals

Customer stories

Corgan and Gensler airport project collaboration

Corgan and Gensler airport collaboration

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.

Hennebery Eddy and Fentress team up with Collaboration for Revit

Hennebery Eddy and Fentress join forces for project

Architecture firms use Collaboration for Revit and BIM 360 Team to work together on the Portland, Oregon, International Airport. “Whether I’m 5 feet from somebody or 2,000 miles away, the interaction is the same,” says Fentress Architects Senior Associate Corey Ochsner.

LPO Arkitekter and estudio Herreros collaborate on Munch Museum

Architecture firms partner on museum design

LPO Arkitekter in Oslo and estudio Herreros in Madrid used BIM 360 Team and Collaboration for Revit to work together on the design of the iconic Munch Museum in Oslo.