Welcome to the InSite SiteWork™ Tour of our earthwork take-off and construction estimating solutions. InSite SiteWork™ Earthwork Take-off and Construction Estimating Software is the right choice for anyone calculating earthwork and utility quantities from PDF and CAD files. Enhance the take-off data and create GPS machine control models and Staking files with Field General Office®.
Watch the 10-minute video below to get an overview of InSite Software. For a more in-depth overview keep on reading.
How Much is the Dirt? Video Introduction
PDF and CAD Cut & Fill Takeoff
This ten minute video provides a comprehensive overview of Insite SiteWork, and how it provides effective tools for earthwork and utility software for the excavation, general contracting and engineering industries.
The tour below is organized into a set of topics that provide a complete overview of the software.
With no digitizer, take-offs can be done on a laptop anywhere.
Save on Plan Costs
No need to print or purchase plans.
Select lines and contours on PDFs. Import entire layers with CAD files. One user wrote “I am selecting existing grades right now and I would say 10 times faster is conservative. “
Align Multi-Page Documents
Multi-sheet PDFs (subdivisions, office parks, schools, water treatment, etc.) can be merged into one large take-off.
Dynamic Site Balancer™
Value engineer sites with ease.
Cut Quantities by Strata
Just add boring log depth and location.
Fast Topsoil Stripping or Demolition Adjustments
Indicate the stripping or demo thickness or remove to a strata layer.
Fill Requirements by Region
InSite automatically lists the fill required for each subgrade footprint (paving areas, buildings, topsoil areas, etc.).
Concrete, asphalt, sub-base, etc.
Select the entire jobsite and InSite automatically subtracts the structural and paved areas.
Accurate excavation and backfill quantities based on changing ditch depths using earthwork surfaces from the site take-off.
Combine Data from Multiple Sources
Vector (PDF, DWG, DXF, etc.), image files (PDF, TIF, etc.), or data imported from a data collector or any combination.