The new integration allows users to extract a bill of quantities (BOQ) from 3D models stored in Autodesk Build, Autodesk Docs, or BIM 360Ò to calculate quantities automatically.
Conwize said: “Our customers are now able to establish a seamless connection between the cost-estimating software and the 3D modeling, enabling project teams to be on the same page.”
The technology enables customers to import their BOQ from the model directly into ConWize software. Once the BOQ is in the ConWize platform, the process of bidding and estimating is easy and intuitive, including the distribution of bid invitations to contractors and suppliers.
Dima Haikin, ConWize CEO said: “Our goal at ConWize is to provide our clients with a modern, easy-to-use, end-to-end software for cost estimation and bidding automation.
“This new BIM takeoff module is a significant step forward in achieving that goal. Our integration with Autodesk Construction Cloud enhances our platform’s capabilities, providing our clients with a more accurate and efficient process.”
James Cook, director, partner integrations at Autodesk Construction Solutions added: “Builders use a wide variety of software today, requiring their technology partners to foster open and connected ecosystems.
“ConWize’s integration with Autodesk Construction Cloud leverages the 3D models customers trust and is yet another example of our ecosystem helping customers get the most from their data.”