Assemble Systems | An Autodesk Company

Assemble Connect

Category: Estimating / QTO, Construction Management
Works With: Docs
What the Assemble Connect Integration Does
  • Associate documents (drawings, specs, photos, product data) to model objects in Assemble
  • Extend model data with project documents across all stakeholders
  • Using Assemble’s query engine, easily find and navigate to specific BIM 360 documents
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Integration Details

Assemble Connect for BIM 360 Docs allows projects team to associate documents (drawings, specs, photos, product data) stored within BIM 360 Docs to model objects in Assemble. Allow simplified navigation across multiple systems for seamless project delivery and data-driven decision making.

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Assemble is a great program to help with visual understanding in the estimate phase of a project.
Alexandrea M. – Skanska
What do you like best?
Like the title says, it does a great job to help visually understand what is being proposed in the design for the project. When often the drawings can get messy and unclear in a 2D view, this program ...
Like the title says, it does a great job to help visually understand what is being proposed in the design for the project. When often the drawings can get messy and unclear in a 2D view, this program helps put the building in 3D and allows you to alter the view for a clearer understanding. I love that you can create multiple views for the project that show different aspects (i.e. walls/partitions, specialties and equipment, plumbing, etc.). It is also very convenient that the 3D view can work with the 2D drawings so you can click on things in either window to see where it is located in the drawing.
What do you dislike?
There is so much that this program can do, but it is hard cramming it all in one little window. There are times when I want to see the 3D view, the drawings, the schedule, AND the materials and it can get crowded at times. Maybe I need a bigger monitor but that is something that can be aggravating at times. I use the program online and there are also times when I change something and want to undo but have yet to figure it out. In addition, if the architects send over a messy file, it can be fairly inconvenient for us, the general contractors, to make sense of the drawings if they did not clarify things as intended for this program. So if the architects are willing to work with you on their revit design, then it is worth it.
Recommendations to others considering the product:
I highly recommend this program for anyone who deals with project viewing on the daily, worth it!
What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?
Assemble is doing so much to benefit me and my team by helping clarify what items are what on projects and what quantities to use. It runs smoothly and is very technologically advanced.
The best tool we've seen thus far
CJ B. – McKinstry
What do you like best?
The ability to access our data beyond the authoring tool has been a huge breakthrough. Navisworks contains the data, but it is not easily accessible or exportable. Assemble has been able to accomplish...
The ability to access our data beyond the authoring tool has been a huge breakthrough. Navisworks contains the data, but it is not easily accessible or exportable. Assemble has been able to accomplish both of those feats with a great web-based viewer.
What do you dislike?
The additional publishing requirement is a downside. I'm hopeful that in the future, any models that are cloud hosted can be automatically published to assemble without using the local machines resources. Publish times can sometimes be in the 3-4 hour range (rendering your computer unavailable for other CAD work).
Recommendations to others considering the product:
If you are a company that is looking to gain access to your model data, then assemble could be the tool for you. If you have access to 3D models during bid time, then Assemble could streamline your estimating process.
What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?
Progress tracking has been the biggest challenge assemble has enabled us to solve. We take that data and compare it to our budgets to get more accurate earned value tracking metrics.
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Keerthi S. – Austin Commercial
What do you like best?
. Assemble is a 3 D based modeling software and the best thing I like about the software is it has 3D model based take off ability. It can pull off the data from elements that was fed to the elements...
. Assemble is a 3 D based modeling software and the best thing I like about the software is it has 3D model based take off ability. It can pull off the data from elements that was fed to the elements in Revit. It is a very user friendly easy to user software. It can also be used as an alternate model viewing software. You can also extract the meta data from the
What do you dislike?
While assemble is a good estimating software, it does it have a material library that we can use to fill out the items that were not modeled in revit software.
Recommendations to others considering the product:
Assemble cannot be used as a stand alone estimating software but the estimates from Assemble can be used to verify the estimates from other software that are made purely for estimating purposes
What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?
With assemble, we are trring to save all the data on cloud. The estimates can be accessed at any time and any place with good internet connectivity. Also, the take off process is very easy if all elements with proper information are modeled in Revit.
About Assemble Systems | An Autodesk Company

Assemble Systems provides a SaaS platform that consumes BIM models, drawings, and point clouds enabling construction professionals to condition, query, and connect the data to key workflows. Assemble was acquired by Autodesk and will be integrated into Autodesk’s BIM 360 project management platform.