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Buildxact is an easy-to-use construction management software uniquely designed for residential builders & trades, helping them easily and smoothly manage projects. Transform your business - one system from first takeoff to final i...Read more

4.61 (92 reviews)

122 recommendations

Contractor Foreman

NOW: Starting @ $49/m for the WHOLE company, Contractor Foreman is the most affordable all-in-one solution for small and medium trade and general contractors who want a better way to manage their projects. *FREE Trial + 100 Day Gu...Read more

4.46 (289 reviews)

116 recommendations



PlanSwift is the #1 Takeoff & Estimating software in the world! PlanSwift software is designed for Commercial, Industrial, Institutional and Residential GCs and Subcontractors in almost every construction trade. With PlanSwifts...Read more

4.33 (386 reviews)

53 recommendations


UDA Technologies’ ConstructionOnline offers a web-based, integrated approach to project management, project scheduling, and customer management. Designed for emerging construction businesses in the homebuilding and remodeling indu...Read more

4.42 (385 reviews)

49 recommendations

WinEst Essentials

Wherever you are in the estimating process – from initial conceptual budgeting to specialty execution – WinEst Essentials provides the tools you need to confidently make profitable decisions based on real-world data, all in one va...Read more

4.31 (13 reviews)

39 recommendations


Acumatica Cloud ERP

Acumatica Cloud ERP provides the best business management solution for transforming your company to thrive in the new digital economy. Through leading-edge technology, best-in-class business functionality, and customer-friendly ...Read more

4.44 (55 reviews)

24 recommendations


Since 1985, FOUNDATION has been a trusted name in construction accounting, project management and payroll processing. With powerful job cost accounting and features built specifically for the construction industry, FOUNDATION has...Read more

4.29 (168 reviews)

21 recommendations

Viewpoint Spectrum

Spectrum (formerly Dexter + Cheney) is a cloud-based construction ERP solution for small, midsize and large enterprises. Primary features include accounting, document management, job cost, project management, equipment management,...Read more

3.98 (208 reviews)

16 recommendations


Jonas Enterprise

Jonas Enterprise is an award-winning, paperless construction management system that contains features for bid-management, estimating, accounting, and more, all with Jonas's impressive 24-hour support. ...Read more

4.09 (138 reviews)

15 recommendations


eSUB is a mobile application and cloud-based project management solution that helps commercial subcontractors across various trades to manage day-to-day operations. eSUB offers tools to connect field workers with office managers a...Read more

4.52 (146 reviews)

12 recommendations


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Subscription models

  • Per employee/per month: This model allows you to pay a monthly fee for each of your employees.
  • Per user/per month: Users pay a monthly fee for users—normally administrative users—rather than all employees.

Perpetual license

  • This involves paying an upfront sum for the license to own the software and use it indefinitely.
  • This is the more traditional model and is most common with on-premise applications and with larger businesses.

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Stratosphere by Tally Systems is a cloud-based construction takeoff software that helps construction estimators and contractors measure and markup digital blueprints. Key features include: cloud technology that enables estimators ...Read more

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12 recommendations



JOBPROGRESS is a cloud-based construction management solution for residential remodeling contractors. The solution works with small businesses and can be customized as per the needs of an organization. It offers estimating, projec...Read more

4.38 (351 reviews)

10 recommendations


ProEst is a cloud-based construction estimating solution that offers automated features for construction companies of all sizes. ProEst is available on an annual subscription basis that supports unlimited users. Unlimited pho...Read more

3.75 (46 reviews)

8 recommendations

SharpeSoft Estimator

SharpeSoft Estimator is an on-premise cost estimating software for contractors and sub-contractors in the construction industry. Offered on a best-of-breed basis, SharpeSoft provides integrated tools for labor and equipment costin...Read more

4.50 (19 reviews)

8 recommendations



EarthWorks Excavation by TrakWare is a takeoff system for excavation plans that comes with features like onscreen takeoff, digitizer integration, CAD file integration, and 3D takeoff. The product is offered on a best-of-breed basi...Read more

4.29 (7 reviews)

8 recommendations

Estimating Link

Estimating Link is a construction estimating and bidding solution. It’s suitable for heavy highway, environmental, bridges, site-work and civil projects, and both state and private commercial work. Estimating Link allows user...Read more

4.95 (19 reviews)

5 recommendations


B2W Estimate

B2W Estimate software for heavy civil construction estimating and bidding enables contractors to bid with speed, accuracy, and strategy. Users can pre-populate a centralized database with cost data and structures for labor, tasks,...Read more

4.54 (193 reviews)

4 recommendations


Developed by an industry leader, HCSS HeavyJob is a powerful Project Managment and Job Costing solution designed to meet the unique needs of in the heavy/highway, earthwork, paving, and utility contractors of all sizes....Read more

4.54 (91 reviews)

4 recommendations


HCSS HeavyBid estimating and bidding software is built specifically for the construction industry. Used by more than 50,000 estimators, HeavyBid helps users build estimates and manage daily bids. The software helps automate ...Read more

4.59 (501 reviews)

3 recommendations


For over 30 years, CMiC has delivered state-of-the-art software solutions, purpose-built for the construction industry. Since its inception, CMiC has maintained a laser focus on automating essential back-office functions – such as...Read more

4.16 (167 reviews)

3 recommendations


Buyers Guide

Last Updated: May 20, 2022

The World Economic Forum predicts a digital future for construction businesses. It said that in the next 10 years, the industry could save an estimated $1.7 trillion by embracing digital technologies.

At Software Advice we see a similar trend, with many small businesses looking to automate processes using a plethora of construction software and technologies.

One such technology is paving software, which helps small paving contractors streamline different construction processes such as cost estimation, proposal generation, time-tracking of field agents and contact management.

However, paving solutions differ in pricing, features and deployment. For instance, how do you choose between cloud-based and on-premise deployment options? The right choice depends on understanding your software budget, having employees with the right IT expertise and asking for custom software.

Businesses should carefully evaluate these key factors when considering to purchase a solution. However, not everyone has the time to do exhaustive research. That's why, we created this buyer's guide to give you a general overview of paving software, its common features and buyer considerations. This will help you identify the right solution.

Here's what we'll cover:

What Is Paving Software?
Common Features of Paving Software
What Type of Buyer Are You?
Key Considerations

What Is Paving Software?

Paving software helps contractors manage different aspects of the construction process. For instance, it can be used to track the time of field workers in multiple locations. They can log in their time and job details from their smartphones, while contractors can use the online dashboards to track the data, create billable hour reports and determine pay.

timecard in true contractor

Tracking employee work hours in TRUE Contractor

Likewise, contractors can use paving software to manage client information, create job quotes, generate invoices, handle project schedules and so on.


Common Features of Paving Software

Paving software has a wide range of functionality such as cost estimation, proposal generation, job management and project scheduling. Here are the common features of these solutions:

Document management Store project data, such as drawings, customer requirements and requests for information (RFIs), in a central location.
Contact management Track contacts and communications between organizations, customers, subcontractors and suppliers.
Estimation and proposal Calculate the cost of labor and materials to create professional-looking bid proposals.
Project scheduling Break down projects into phases to identify constraints and assign tasks to workers based on their availability, location and the work order.
Time tracking Maintain records of the time employees spend on specific tasks to understand team performance and create billable hour reports.
Accounting Keep track of payroll for subcontractors and employees, in addition to managing customer receipts, invoices and other expenses.

Besides the above features, most paving software offer mobile solutions that allow employees to manage project documents and record working hours from their smartphones.

In addition, these solutions offer third-party integration with related construction tools such as takeoff software that's useful in building construction plans (drawings or blueprints) to understand a project's requirements for materials and labor.

What Type of Buyer Are You?

Paving software can be used to manage different kinds of projects such as asphalt paving in a construction site, office parking lot paving and residential driveway paving.

Choosing the right tool depends on the kind of projects your organization handles, your software budget and your specific business requirements.

Below are the three common buyer categories of paving software:

  • Full-suite buyers: These contractors typically handle large commercial and industrial paving projects. They want advanced functionality to manage their complex requirements. For instance, they want construction estimation functionality to offer built-in integration with third-party cost databases such as RSMeans. This allows large companies to automate cost calculations of different items and materials. They can also eliminate clerical errors when users manually add prices of items to the cost sheet.
  • Best-of-breed software buyers: These buyers are trying to solve a specific business challenge with software. What works for them is specialized construction software such as construction accounting solutionshome builder CRM software or field service software. These solutions help them efficiently manage certain processes such as job costing, lead management or work schedules for field agents.

To learn more about such specialized solutions, read our buyer's guide on construction software.

Key Considerations

Making software purchase decisions requires you to consider additional factors than just checking out the features of a tool or knowing your business size. Given below are three top considerations to keep in mind when purchasing paving software.

  • Options for deployment: Businesses can use paving software either as on-premise, deployed in their own servers or on the cloud (deployed on the vendor's servers). Usually, small businesses prefer cloud over on-premise as the latter has a hefty upfront license fee, which could push their budget. Cloud-based tools have a subscription-based “pay per month" or “pay per user" models that are more suitable for businesses with a limited software budget.
  • Ease of use: Using the software shouldn't be a burden on your employees. That's why, businesses should explore the solution's usability before purchasing one. This means exploring solutions that offer drag-n-drop functionality to simplify file sharing. The tool should also offer visual dashboards and calendars that help in tracking tasks and creating schedules.
  • Number of third-party integrations offered: As your business grows, you need an ecosystem of tools. This could include CRM softwareproject management solutions and ERP software. You will need a solution that allows integrations or open API. For instance, paving contractors should integrate construction bidding software. This allows you to create bid proposals and track interactions with clients, subcontractors and suppliers on a central dashboard.