Assemble Systems, a provider of construction data management solutions, has released the next major enhancement to its award winning software, Assemble Insight. With this new capability, AEC professionals can access 2D drawings within Assemble alongside 3D models. 

These 2D SmartSheets represent a major increase in capability for the AEC industry, the company says. The model, drawings and associated metadata are all linked together to assist the user in quickly comprehending the design and associated constructability issues. Assemble Systems specializes in improving preconstruction and construction workflows through use of models and associated metadata. 

Assemble licensing allows the customer to invite an unlimited number of users and to store unlimited numbers of models, drawings, project data and point cloud scans for a single project fee of $5,000. “We have worked hard with our customers to continually improve our solution and address their stated needs,” says Mark Klusza, chief innovation officer for Assemble. “In this release we are confident that we have exceeded customer expectations and look forward to working with our user community to continually improve the capabilities of the system.”

Assemble’s software as a service (SaaS) offering saves customers money because they only need one project license for everyone; there is no hardware to purchase and no software to install and manage, says Donald Henrich, CEO of Assemble Systems. “With our easy to use connections to Systems of Record such as Excel, iSqFt, Procore, Sage, Autodesk Civil 3D, Revit, Autocad and Intergraph CADWorx, we bring a flexible, easy-to-use connection to many construction workflows.”

About Assemble Systems

Headquartered in Houston, Assemble Systems provides construction data management solutions. Its core offering, Assemble Insight is a cloud-based platform allowing AEC firms to leverage BIM for increased project insight, advanced project collaboration and data-driven decision making. Since its launch three years ago, AEC professionals have used Assemble to access and manage construction data on projects with a combined value of more than $50 billion.