InSite Elevation Pro Software

InSite estimating software is an easy-to-use earthwork take-off and GPS modeling solution that allows you to work efficiently, save time, and win more bids. Without a CAD, InSite Elevation Pro supports GPS and drone data for grade verification, production, and value engineering. In addition, the Dynamic Site Balancer module can help with value engineering. 

The ability to link data from multiple sources is a crucial feature of InSite Elevation software. For increased accuracy, you can use vectors (PDF, DWG, DXF, etc.), image files (PDF, TIF, etc.), data imported from a data collector, or any combination of these. 

Multi-monitor display support with coordinated cursors, exclusive 3-D live updates, line selection of contours for vector PDFs, and Total Site TriangulationTM, the most accurate method for surface generation, are just a few of the unique features of the InSite sitework software. 

Insite Elevation Software Features 

Built-in CAD Viewer  

The built-in CAD viewer in InSite Elevation allows the import of existing and proposed grades and other site features on even the most significant projects. It also supports the latest generation of CAD files. As a result, there’s no need to invest in a costly CAD program as long as you’re using Insite software. 

Accurate Construction Layouts  

Field Link in InSite estimating software allows you to import surface data from GPS, total stations, and drones and export models and point data to GPS and full stations. In addition, you can verify existing site topography, calculate "as-builts," and create grade stake-out data quickly and easily. 

Graphics

InSite construction software provides detailed site graphics, allowing for more accurate bidding and hard graphic proof of all calculations. Also, you can export the original PDF with Cut & Fill and the ability to see the take-off layers. 

Cross-sections of the site can be taken in both X and Y orientations, or you can create a profile by selecting a line or series of points. Finally, you can use any Strata and Stripping Layers with the existing and proposed surfaces. 

InSite Software Cost 

The InSite software costs $2,940 per year. This license covers three installations and one concurrent user. When billed annually, a lite version with limited tools is available for only $1,740. This version is for a single building and one user at a time. Both versions of initial onboarding classes include a detailed manual and training videos. 

InSite Demo

The InSite demo is also available to help you explore the features in real-time and make a final decision. It will also help you decide whether the software fulfils your requirements and is worth an investment or not.   

InSite Construction Software Reviews 

InSite Elevation Pro reviews are the best ways to learn about the software from an existing user's perspective. According to users, this software is worth its price due to its robust features and unique capabilities. The software has an average of ⅘ star rating on most websites, indicating that users recommend it! 

Our Thoughts

InSite Software solutions have assisted earthwork estimators in becoming more accurate, productive, and profitable for over 30 years. They are known for their software innovations and constantly expand their product offerings to meet their customers' growing productivity needs. Today, many estimators and engineers prefer InSite's Earthwork Take-Off & GPS Modeling Solutions. 

InSite Elevation Pro Software Features

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Accounting

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Project Scheduling

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Project Tracking

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Document Management

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Job Costing

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Timesheet tracking

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Bid Management

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Service Management

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Project Management

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Reporting

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Inventory Management

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Equipment Management

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Mobile Capabilities

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Contractor Management

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Workflow Management

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Can I build gps models with insite elevation?

Yes. InSite Elevation Pro creates GPS machine control and staking files without the complexity and necessity of a CAD program.

What files types Insite Elevation pro support?

InSite Elevation Pro combines data from multiple sources. You can work between Vector (PDF, DWG, DXF, etc.), image files (PDF, TIF, etc.), or data imported from a data collector or any combination, at the same time on the same monitor.

What level of support does Insite Elevation pro offer?

In Person

Webinars

Documentation

Videos

Who are the typical user of Insite Elevation pro?

Freelancers

Small businesses

Mid-size businesses

InSite Elevation Pro Software Pricing

Small Organization

Within Budget

Medium Organization

Within Budget

Large Organization

Within Budget

InSite Elevation Pro Software reviews

Overall Rating

9 Reviews

Excellent
56%
Good
44%
Average
0%
Poor
0%
Terrible
0%

Timesaver!

July 2022

Bryan R.

Construction

Pros:
Most of my time is spent in the field so finding something that works this well was a joy to me. It is very accurate and my customer likes the 3D model.
Cons:
You cannot basically scroll through a list of diagrams. You have to click on every one of them until you get to your desired one.

Great for site work takeoffs

July 2022

Chris D.

Construction

Pros:
I have used it as my go-to for all takeoffs with a cad file or pdfs. They have been really focused on updating the software so it stays very competitive.
Cons:
Modeling is limited as compared to other software.

Efficient and reliable

July 2022

Cole R.

Construction

Pros:
It has a speedy takeoff especially when using vector PDF. 3D modeling is quick and helps you spot mistakes if any.
Cons:
I cannot align sheets independently and also cannot select and edit pipe input.

Great software

July 2022

Jason M.

Construction

Pros:
It's basically a plug and play version of software. We have been able to generate consistent bids
Cons:
Offset tool needs improvements.

22 years of insite

June 2022

Cory V.

Construction

Pros:
I have started my career using this and it has made me who I am today! Customer support has become like a family to me by now. I have convinced many companies I have worked for in the past to switch to InSite.
Cons:
Perimeter lengths needs to be added to subgrades. Shrink/swell works a little differently for those who used to do it by hand.

Cannot live without elevation PRO

June 2022

Rosendo G.

Construction

Pros:
I have genuinely tried using alternatives but always end up coming back to InSite! User interface is by far the best. All buttons are there for a reason and are very neatly presented.
Cons:
Takeoffs and modeling from a non-vector PDF is very difficult.

My company has been using insite for 20+ years

June 2022

Rick C.

Construction

Pros:
I have used insite in everything I do ranging from earthwork quantities, pipe excavations, and backfill quantities. They have always been on the cutting edge of technology.
Cons:
Everything's okay but some of the reports could be more detailed.

A very long time user

June 2022

Maurice J.

Construction

Pros:
Thanks to its completely paperless nature, it has saved us a lot of time to prepare takeoffs. They always keep improving it which is great.
Cons:
Files arrangement and naming is not the smoothest in this suite.

User friendly program

June 2022

MacKenzie G.

Construction

Pros:
Our company has been very confident overall when it comes to projects. We can have an idea about the proposed site by visualizing it and then nail down the logistics.
Cons:
Reports are hard to read. Takes some getting used to.

Call us at

(661) 384-7070

Call us at

(661) 384-7070