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Installing Sigma Autodesk Integrations for Revit and BIM 360

Installing Sigma Autodesk Integrations for Revit and BIM360

In order to use the Sigma BIM360 integration, you need to have a paid Autodesk 360 account, and will need the login information and password to access your account. This process will be covered in the “Connecting to your Autodesk account” guide. read more

Get Started with Sigma and Autodesk BIM 360

Connecting Sigma to the sample model

Using the BIM360 Integration. Open Sigma, go to File, New and then click on the BIM360 template to start a new estimate. When your estimate opens, click on the Content tab in the estimate window and you’ll see that the BIM360 template contains ... read more

Save and open your estimate from BIM360 Docs

In the previous guide, Connecting Sigma to the sample model, the quantities from the sample model were imported and prices were assigned from the Cost data sample library. With the Autodesk integration you can store your Sigma estimate... read more

Setting Automatic Markup

Automatic Markup is accomplished in Sigma by applying a percentage to a category (labor, materials, etc). These percentages can be set by clicking on the Summary tab, and then in the toolbar clicking on the Automatic Markup button. With an ... read more

Adding costs to the model estimate

This guide assume you have read “Installing Sigma Autodesk Integrations for Revit and BIM360” guide and uploaded the sample files. If not, please do that first. Also please read “Connecting Sigma to the Revit sample model” and... read more

Get Started with Sigma and Autodesk Revit

Connecting Sigma to the Revit sample model

This guide assume you have read “Installing Sigma Autodesk Integrations for Revit and BIM360” guide and uploaded the sample files. If not, please do that first. Open Sigma and go to the Autodesk tab. At this point there are 2 options... read more

Importing the sample model into Sigma

This guide assume you have read “Installing Sigma Autodesk Integrations for Revit and BIM360” guide and uploaded the sample files. If not, please do that first. Also please read “Connecting Sigma to the Revit sample model” before proceeding. read more

Adding costs to the model estimate

This guide assume you have read “Installing Sigma Autodesk Integrations for Revit and BIM360” guide and uploaded the sample files. If not, please do that first. Also please read “Connecting Sigma to the Revit sample model” and... read more

Complete your estimate

Adds and Cuts – Adding Absolute or Percent Values

A contingency, permit cost, fee, or other cost item can be added to your estimate in several ways, but the easiest is to use Adds and Cuts. With your estimate open, click on the Summary tab, and then click the Adds and Cuts button. The following read more

Checking Cost Prices

This guide will show you how to check costs in Sigma and make adjustments for fluctuating prices. This is easily done in the Resources tab in Sigma. With an estimate open, click on the Resources tab in the tool bar. Your estimate will be grouped read more

Printing Reports

Open the estimate you want to run a report on, click on Reports in the ribbon, and you’ll see the standard reports divided into 6 folders in the tool bar. Click on the drop-down arrow and choose the report you want to run and follow the prompts... read more

Adjusting the Sales Price

By clicking on the Summary tab, the sales price can be adjusted for the entire project or for any category or subcategory individually. The view in the Summary tab shows the entire estimate grouped by the WBS. Some of the numbers in the Summary... read more

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