Assemble Insight is a cloud-based construction and model data management software solution. It is suitable for general contractors, subcontractors, home builders, engineers, pre-construction estimators and construction managers.
Assemble Insight enables users to extract building information modeling (BIM) data to create model-based takeoffs. As a cloud-based solution, team members and stakeholders can access models and data regardless of location. Users can develop a full data inventory of their models, and tools are available to enable integration with AutoCad and Revit.
The Visual Variance tool displays graphical representations of model changes, and can be used to track values such as cost, area, length or weight. Estimator tools and level of development tracking provide cost and budgeting information. Datasets can be exported to Excel or Navisworks.
Assemble Insight offers phone, email and in person customer support. It can be purchased with a usage-based annual subscription, and a free trial is available.
Zohair from Whiting-Turner
Employees number: 201-500 employees
Assemble has been of great use to me for determining quantities form the model. Its easy to pull of the quantities once a revit or a cad model is published to assemble. Same models with different versions can be compared through Assemble. Assemble generates the bill of quantities in excel which is very helpful.
Assemble doesn't support many modeling platforms apart from Revit and Autocad. It would help if it can be compatible with Tekla, Sketch up and rhino.
gregory from Construction
We really enjoy this soft ware for being able to inspect our structure in three d and find problems with install way before we get to them.
Can't really think of many things you could change other than making it more simple for a simple guy like myself.
Donnie from Hunzinger Construction
Employees number: 51-200 employees
Assemble can be used for a number of tasks from bidding the project to confirming subs' quantities to communicating work that needs to be done to the team. You can setup a views that show only what you want to show and slice and dice the data anyway that you want to. This give the full power of the I in BIM in a practical way to give the highest value to your company and client.
There are a few bugs in the software that have been there for a long time. These bugs don't make the software unusable, just slightly less convenient.
Assemble allows non-BIM people to view and navigate a model without needing any software. They are also able to view quantities and dimensions of objects. You can even select an element and view which drawings it is shown in.
The model can be slow to load on older computers. Also, although it has several useful features, it does not provide a complete solution for model based estimating.
Devendra from Building Diagnostics, Inc.
This software takes BIM to the next level by converting a three dimensional model into useful information.
Sometimes the software does not identify the elements of a model. The attributes have to be correct for assemble to extract the correct information.
More understanding of how the model is put together and what is modeled. This data has influenced our project in a number of ways including budget analysis, schedule analysis, and site logistics.
The amount of data that is brought into Assemble and the flexibility with that data. We feel uncomfortable giving our subs access to this software because they could change some of the work that we do.
I'd like to see more personalized access to the software so that we can give this information to more people on our projects.
Nick from Meyer Najem
Employees number: 51-200 employees
Assemble is easy to use for our staff that might not know much about 3D Models and BIM. With the software being we hosted it can be accessed from anywhere and doesn't need to be manually updated.
Some of the new features with the 2D drawing integration need to be worked out. The licensing method also makes it easy to go over on the number of projects you are allowed a month.