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Most important features:

- Parametric 3D geometry with BIM technical information.
- Central BIM database from where you can extract floor plan, sections, elevations, 3D views and quantities any time.
- BIM database means any project stakeholder can extract required building information, which is always the latest information.
- Import and export: RFA and RVT (Import), IFC, SKP, DXF, DWG, PDF, OBJ, 3DS, JPG, TIFF, BMP, PNG, GBXML.
- Download Revit RFA models from
- Design consultant can update the BIM model on inputs received from fellow consultants.
- Flexible zone and space management.
- BIM based fully coordinated & integrated construction documents including 3D views and 2D floorplans.

High Performance certified Open BIM interface 

ARCHLine.XP is equipped with a fully integrated Open BIM interface and provides the tools to create coordinated and computable building model.
You work in one model with many views as floor plan, sections, and elevations. Your BIM project is fully coordinated and don't require any manual updates to keep it synchronized.
BIM communication

ARCHLine.XP IFC support for CV2.0-Architecture Export and Import is certified by buildingSMART. IFC interfaces to export and import IFC files are fully integrated into ARCHLine.XP 2017. List of Certified Software  

ARCHLine.XP 2017 users can import and view of the RVT, RFA files types.

The time saving software you and your clients will benefit from.

Our users say:

"Working closely with my Architect I have been able to show my clients the finished design and layout in 3D before we start the building work, saving both time and money. It’s invaluable for my design and Development projects." - Nicholas Sunderland 
"The significant advantage of ARCHLine.XP is the added comfort when faced with a problem, I did not need to get frustrated because help and advice was only at other end of the phone." - Ilaria Coppola
"ArchLine.XP’s amazing features have totally transformed our business in the last year and would likely continue to bring new opportunities." - Sarah Buxton