Autodesk Construction Cloud Increases Industry Footprint with Growing Customer Adoption and Expanded Global Team

Autodesk, Inc. announced Autodesk Construction Cloud is gaining traction with owners, general contractors and subcontractors across the construction industry. Since launching in November 2019, Autodesk Construction Cloud has seen significant growth as well as a robust expansion of the Autodesk Construction Solutions global team.

Autodesk Construction Cloud combines advanced technology, a unique builders network and predictive insights to connect people and data across the entire building lifecycle. The portfolio of software and services brings together Assemble, BIM 360, BuildingConnected and PlanGrid, and with Autodesk’s established design authoring tools, connects headquarters, office and field teams to increase collaboration and productivity.

Recent milestones and growth of Autodesk Construction Cloud include:

  • Autodesk Construction Cloud’s builders network, powered by BuildingConnected, now has over one million users, making it the industry’s largest network of owners, designers, builders and trades, enabling each to connect with the right partners and projects.
  • BuildingConnected’s preconstruction platform now manages an estimated $56 billion worth of project bids each month, with 15 of the top 20 ENR-ranked general contractors using BuildingConnected to manage bidding.
  • PlanGrid, Autodesk’s field collaboration technology, is now used on nearly two million projects around the globe. Coupled with BIM 360, more than 1.5 billion drawings are now in Autodesk Construction Cloud.
  • BIM 360’s machine learning technology Construction IQ is now used monthly by nearly 12,000 project leaders, demonstrating accelerating adoption of Autodesk’s predictive insights to identify, prevent and manage risk. Also, Construction IQ was recognized by Fast Company, with Autodesk ranked as among the Most Innovative Companies of 2020 for the machine learning’s contribution to construction.
  • Model conditioning and 3D quantification tool Assemble has had more than 85,000 models uploaded in the last year, revealing that contractors are increasingly turning to Assemble for model-based workflows.

“Our customers are continuing to see strong benefits from our best-in-class solutions working together to improve efficiency, increase margins and reduce risk for the construction industry,” said Jim Lynch, vice president and general manager, Autodesk Construction Solutions. “Autodesk is a trusted partner to more than 300 of the top ENR-ranked general contractors who use at least one Autodesk Construction Cloud product, and many of them are interested in adopting products across the entire portfolio. It’s truly accelerated our growth.”

Autodesk Construction Solutions’ global team has experienced significant growth in support of customer demand, adding almost 100 new international employees in the last 12 months in countries such as Australia, China, Singapore, Denmark, Germany, Ireland, Israel and the UK.

The company is also boosting its visibility in the market with the addition of several industry leaders to the team. Most recently, “Queen of Prefab” Amy Marks joined Autodesk as head of industrialized construction, industry strategist and evangelist, Autodesk Construction Solutions. Marks joins Dustin DeVan, previously founder and CEO of BuildingConnected and now industry strategist and evangelist, to support the growing momentum for Autodesk Construction Cloud. Together, Marks and DeVan provide deep expertise in the construction industry and will work to advance Autodesk’s mission to help make building more predictable, safe and sustainable.

“We’re consistently hearing from customers and leaders they believe in our vision for the construction industry, trust our strength in design and welcome the expanded support we’re providing with the growth of our team,” continued Lynch. “We continue to deliver powerful and integrated technology that is changing the way teams communicate and operate, and empowers designers, contractors and owners to meet the world’s rapidly expanding construction needs. This year is going to be exciting.”

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