The Intergraph division of Hexagon is making sure that CADWorx Plant 2017 R1 works with BricsCAD.
Until now, the plant design software worked only with AutoCAD. By plants, we don't mean horticultural but piping in oil and other fluid processing facilities. http://ppm.intergraph.com/products/3d-product-family/cadworx
Also being announced today is GT Studl for BricsCAD, Intergraph's structural design and analysis and software for concrete, steel, and reinforced concrete structures. It, too, previously ran only on AutoCAD. See http://ppm.intergraph.com/products/analysis-product-family/gt-strudl
Intergraph says that the software works identically on AutoCAD or on BricsCAD Pro and Platinum. The primary difference is that after three years, BricsCAD Pro ($680-and-up permanent license) is 8x more price-effective than AutoCAD ($1,825/year subscription) .
In related news, Intergraph Process, Power & Marine is soon to be renamed Hexagon PPM.