StructionSite works with Autodesk Construction Cloud

StructionSite, Inc., the leading provider of intelligent project tracking software for the construction industry, today announced a new integration with Autodesk Construction Cloud®, a portfolio of software and services that combines advanced technology, a builders network and predictive insights for construction teams. The collaboration makes it easier than ever to make the most out of StructionSite’s tools and Autodesk® Build within a single workflow. This new integration further strengthens the cohesive interoperability between StructionSite and Autodesk as part of the companies’ ongoing commitment to provide powerful, modern tools to the construction industry. The integration was announced at Autodesk University, held September 27-29 in New Orleans.

“We are thrilled to expand our relationship with Autodesk by enabling Autodesk Construction Cloud customers to pull their StructionSite images right into their workflows,” said Matt Daly, CEO and co-founder of StructionSite. “This data enhances the insights they glean from Autodesk Build in a really compelling way for more intelligent, more accurate project tracking.”

StructionSite provides easy-to-use AI-powered site documentation tools, including 360° images and videos, to track project progress from every angle. StructionSite automatically organizes images by time, date, and location to make it simple for teams to find exactly what they need to make informed decisions, document work, prevent rework, provide context for change orders, and keep projects on schedule. Its software reduces project costs and increases jobsite efficiency by providing visual data of jobsites to all relevant teams and partners, regardless of where they are located.

Partnership for a Stronger, More Efficient Industry

StructionSite is well-known in the industry for its open platform and push for partner integrations. Unlike others in the space that have adopted a siloed approach for their software, StructionSite wants to ensure that construction firms can fully utilize and elevate their existing systems and tech investments by enabling them to work together seamlessly. The integration with Autodesk Build extends the companies’ existing work, which included several integration points with BIM 360®, including the ability to automatically archive StructionSite photos into BIM 360 and leverage the Partner Card integration to view an instance of StructionSite within BIM 360. Now, users can achieve the same data sharing with Autodesk Build and Autodesk Docs.

Benefits of the new StructionSite-Autodesk Build integration include:

      Single sign-on to StructionSite with Autodesk Construction Cloud credentials: This makes it easier than ever to see StructionSite images within the Autodesk experience.

      Photo archiving into Autodesk Build: In a StructionSite Project, all photos on a sheet can automatically archive to a corresponding documents folder in Autodesk Build, Autodesk Docs, or BIM 360.

      Drawings imported directly from Autodesk Build: The StructionSite app allows users to search and find a PDF drawing in Autodesk Build Project Files or in Autodesk Docs and import it to StructionSite. This ensures that images can be mapped to project drawings.

      Public and private project sharing in Build Insights: Use a Public or Private Project Sharing Link from a StructionSite project to create a public or private Partner Card within the Autodesk Build Insights or BIM 360 Project Home dashboards. This allows for the right people to have access to the right information when they need it.

Additional features, including the ability to submit and edit RFI's and Issues that sync in Autodesk Build, as well as an Autodesk BIM comparison, will be added in the coming weeks.

“StructionSite allows builders to capture and evaluate the real-world status of their job sites better than they ever could before,” said James Cook, director partner integrations at Autodesk Construction Solutions. “Marrying that visual information with the processes, BIM, and other data customers trust to Autodesk Construction Cloud helps builders make better decisions in real-time.”

To learn more, please visit www.structionsite.com.

About StructionSite

StructionSite is removing the gray area from construction by giving builders smarter tools and unbiased data about the status of their projects. With our intelligent project tracking platform, teams get in-depth insights into the status of work completed on a jobsite. Using our iOS or Android application, walk the jobsite recording a 360° video and our AI-powered algorithms map them to the project drawing. SmartTrack translates the photo data into regular updates of installed work, providing actionable insights for your team. Learn more at StructionSite.com.

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