Box Integration

Current Box customers can take advantage of the powerful GTeam BIM solution from Gehry Technologies to view and interact with their BIM data directly inside of Box.

  • Take away uncertainty and reduce the variation of change by allowing people to work on the same project at the same time, regardless of platform or BIM 3D authoring tool.
  • Users will have access to BIM metadata to review the most relevant information.
  • Users will be able to see high level of details within the BIM 3D models to provide strong feedback and make informed decisions.

Contact Sales to find out more

To learn more about the GTeam + Box solution, please fill out a form or give us a call. We're waiting to hear from you.

Contact Sales or Call us directly: +1 (877) 487-8877


Supported File Types

  • CATPart (DP V1, R4 or CATIA V5, R19 and below)
  • CATProduct (DP V1, R4 or CATIA V5, R19 and below)
  • IFC (2x3)
  • 3DM (Rhino 5.0 and below)
  • RVT (Revit 2013 and below)
  • DWG (AutoCAD 2012 and below)
  • DXF
  • DGN








Key features

  • With help of GTeam you can now view 16 different 3D model formats in Box, directly in the cloud without any software required.
  • Drill into model properties and metadata.
  • View and interact with 3D models with a full suite of navigation tools such as orbit, sectioning, pan, focus, hide and toggle.

Why We're Excited

"At Box, we are committed to continuously adapting our enterprise content collaboration platform to meet the evolving work habits and preferences of construction and engineering professionals. We're pleased to partner with Gehry Technologies to deliver an intuitive solution that maximizes collaboration for teams by giving them secure access to critical project information."

- Whitney Bouck
  General Manager of Enterprise

"By integrating GTeam's BIM visualization and data management directly into Box, we expect to significantly expand the industry's access to BIM data, increasing the proliferation of projects using BIM and continuing the AEC industry's progress toward more efficient building design, construction and operations through BIM."

- Dennis Shelden