BIM 360 - Top 13 Alternatives

Shlomi LaviShlomi Lavi / updated: Apr 29, 2021

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BIM 360 is a fantastic tool with many features, but it’s important to make sure you’re choosing the right Construction software for your company and its unique needs. BIM 360 has some strong competitors and alternatives, and there’s a chance that one of them might be a better fit for your company.

2021's Top BIM 360 Alternatives

Here are the top 4 alternatives to BIM 360 that are worth checking out: Procore for SMBs, PlanGrid for large size business, BuilderTREND for growing companies, and Raken for startups and SMBs.

ITQlick rating ITQlick Rating is based on the software score (below) and aggregated online reviews
Score ITQlick Score is a 1 to 100 score, based on pricing, and functionality Vs. alternative solutions
Pricing pricing Score is a 1 to 10 score, based on the TCO (cost of licences, customizations, training, hardware when relevant) Vs. alternative solutions
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BIM
ITQlick rating
4.2/5
Score
95/100
Pricing
2.4/10
License pricing
$480 per user/year
Functionality
15
Review
Best for SMBs
Procore
ITQlick rating
4.5/5
Score
99/100
Pricing
2/10
License pricing
$375 per month
Functionality
33
Best for Enterprise
PlanGrid
ITQlick rating
4.6/5
Score
98/100
Pricing
2.6/10
License pricing
$39 per month
Functionality
16
Growing
BuilderTREND
ITQlick rating
4.5/5
Score
97/100
Pricing
2/10
License pricing
$99 per month
Functionality
31
Free version
Raken
ITQlick rating
4.7/5
Score
95/100
Pricing
2/10
License pricing
$12 per user/month
Functionality
5
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1. Procore - Best for SMBs

Procore is an alternative Construction software, Procore installed on-premises or used cloud based, BIM 360 can be used on-premises and on the cloud. Procore, with a pricing score of 2 is considered less expensive to implement than BIM 360 with a score of 2.4.

Procore is rated 4.5 stars by ITQlick experts, both software products offer a good range of features (Procore offers 33 main features).

Compare head to head: Procore Vs BIM 360

2. PlanGrid - Best for Large Business

PlanGrid is an alternative Construction software, PlanGrid installed on-premises or used cloud based, BIM 360 can be used on-premises and on the cloud. PlanGrid, with a pricing score of 2.6 is considered more expensive to implement than BIM 360 with a score of 2.4.

PlanGrid is rated 4.6 stars by ITQlick experts, both software products offer a good range of features (PlanGrid offers 16 main features).

Compare head to head: PlanGrid Vs BIM 360

3. BuilderTREND - Best for Growing Companies

BuilderTREND is an alternative Construction software, BuilderTREND installed on-premises or used cloud based, BIM 360 can be used on-premises and on the cloud. BuilderTREND, with a pricing score of 2 is considered less expensive to implement than BIM 360 with a score of 2.4.

BuilderTREND is rated 4.5 stars by ITQlick experts, both software products offer a good range of features (BuilderTREND offers 31 main features).

Compare head to head: BuilderTREND Vs BIM 360

4. Raken - Best for NO Budget or Start up Companies

Raken is an alternative Construction software, Raken installed on-premises or used cloud based, BIM 360 can be used on-premises and on the cloud. Raken, with a pricing score of 2 is considered less expensive to implement than BIM 360 with a score of 2.4.

Raken is rated 4.7 stars by ITQlick experts, both software products offer a good range of features (Raken offers 5 main features).

Compare head to head: Raken Vs BIM 360

5. eSUB

eSUB is an alternative Construction software, eSUB installed on-premises or used cloud based, BIM 360 can be used on-premises and on the cloud. eSUB, with a pricing score of 2.2 is considered less expensive to implement than BIM 360 with a score of 2.4.

eSUB is rated 4.5 stars by ITQlick experts, both software products offer a good range of features (eSUB offers 32 main features).

Compare head to head: eSUB Vs BIM 360

6. CoConstruct

CoConstruct is an alternative Construction software, CoConstruct installed on-premises or used cloud based, BIM 360 can be used on-premises and on the cloud. CoConstruct, with a pricing score of 2 is considered less expensive to implement than BIM 360 with a score of 2.4.

CoConstruct is rated 4.7 stars by ITQlick experts, both software products offer a good range of features (CoConstruct offers 23 main features).

Compare head to head: CoConstruct Vs BIM 360

7. AccuLynx

AccuLynx is an alternative Construction software, AccuLynx installed on-premises or used cloud based, BIM 360 can be used on-premises and on the cloud. AccuLynx, with a pricing score of 2.6 is considered more expensive to implement than BIM 360 with a score of 2.4.

AccuLynx is rated 4.5 stars by ITQlick experts, both software products offer a good range of features (AccuLynx offers 15 main features).

Compare head to head: AccuLynx Vs BIM 360

8. Fieldwire

Fieldwire is an alternative Construction software, Fieldwire used on the cloud, BIM 360 can be used on-premises and on the cloud. Fieldwire, with a pricing score of 5.8 is considered more expensive to implement than BIM 360 with a score of 2.4.

Fieldwire is rated 4.4 stars by ITQlick experts, both software products offer a good range of features (Fieldwire offers 5 main features).

Compare head to head: Fieldwire Vs BIM 360

9. e-Builder Enterprise

e-Builder Enterprise is an alternative Construction software, e-Builder Enterprise installed on-premises or used cloud based, BIM 360 can be used on-premises and on the cloud. e-Builder Enterprise, with a pricing score of 9.4 is considered more expensive to implement than BIM 360 with a score of 2.4.

e-Builder Enterprise is rated 4.4 stars by ITQlick experts, both software products offer a good range of features (e-Builder offers 19 main features).

Compare head to head: e-Builder Enterprise Vs BIM 360

10. ComputerEase

ComputerEase is an alternative Construction software, ComputerEase installed on-premises or used cloud based, BIM 360 can be used on-premises and on the cloud. ComputerEase, with a pricing score of 7 is considered more expensive to implement than BIM 360 with a score of 2.4.

ComputerEase is rated 4.2 stars by ITQlick experts, both software products offer a good range of features (ComputerEase offers 36 main features).

Compare head to head: ComputerEase Vs BIM 360

11. RedTeam Software

RedTeam Software is an alternative Construction software, RedTeam Software installed on-premises or used cloud based, BIM 360 can be used on-premises and on the cloud. RedTeam Software, with a pricing score of 2 is considered less expensive to implement than BIM 360 with a score of 2.4.

RedTeam Software is rated 4.3 stars by ITQlick experts, both software products offer a good range of features (RedTeam offers 20 main features).

Compare head to head: RedTeam Software Vs BIM 360

12. Knowify for Contractors

Knowify for Contractors is an alternative Construction software, Knowify for Contractors installed on-premises or used cloud based, BIM 360 can be used on-premises and on the cloud. Knowify for Contractors, with a pricing score of 2 is considered less expensive to implement than BIM 360 with a score of 2.4.

Knowify for Contractors is rated 4.5 stars by ITQlick experts, both software products offer a good range of features (Knowify offers 30 main features).

Compare head to head: Knowify for Contractors Vs BIM 360

13. Contractor Foreman

Contractor Foreman is an alternative Construction software, Contractor Foreman installed on-premises or used cloud based, BIM 360 can be used on-premises and on the cloud. Contractor Foreman, with a pricing score of 2.8 is considered more expensive to implement than BIM 360 with a score of 2.4.

Contractor Foreman is rated 4.5 stars by ITQlick experts, both software products offer a good range of features (Contractor offers 5 main features).

Compare head to head: Contractor Foreman Vs BIM 360

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Shlomi holds a Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) in Information System Engineering from Ben Gurion University in Israel. Shlomi brings 15 years of global IT and IS management experience as a consultant, and implementation expert for small, medium and large size (global) companies.