Autodesk, Inc. recently announced the worldwide availability of Autodesk Takeoff. This new product empowers estimators to perform 2D and 3D quantification workflows from a common date environment to increase collaboration, speed, and accuracy during the estimation process. Autodesk Takeoff will join Autodesk Build and Autodesk BIM Collaborate as part of the Autodesk Construction Cloud unified platform.
“Between our BIM coordinators, estimators and self-perform teams, we often work in parallel paths on different iterations of project design data using a variety of tools for coordination, takeoff and budgeting, and to track our productivity and work-in-place. This approach can lead to duplicate work, mistakes and wasted time,” said Andy Leek, vice president – technology and innovation at PARIC. “With Autodesk BIM Collaborate and Autodesk Takeoff, we are working smart to centralize all our project information and workflows, which increases transparency, enhances collaboration and creates a better experience for the entire project team. A unified environment empowers our teams to get projects out the door faster with less errors, tackle takeoff more efficiently and produce more accurate results and value for our clients. We are delivering on the promise of BIM and using our data to continuously refine our budgeting, planning and scheduling expertise – these are exciting times!”
Now available worldwide, Autodesk Takeoff allows estimating teams to:
- Better visualize project scope with aggregated 2D and 3D takeoff
- See updates in real-time with cloud-based document management
- Provide multi-user access to projects
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