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The building process is slow, expensive, and risky.
Data is fast, cheap, and can provide new levels of
Data is an essential medium for delivering transformational solutions that address the challenges facing our built world. And you likely already have access to plenty of it.

In the building industry, “one size fits all” solutions are hard to come by. While there are some readymade products on the market, customized tools and automated processes greatly enhance workflows.

In addition to these custom-built solutions, our data management apps Tracer for Revit and IFC and Semantic for Rhino can launch your team into using BIM data today!

We create platforms that transform building
information into useful data resources.

Our approach is collaborative and agile. We work directly with business leaders to identify opportunities to leverage data, grow knowledge, and
streamline processes.


  • Roadmap a Business Intelligence strategy
  • Centralize building data with Data Warehousing
  • Create templates for connecting multiple data sources to your reports.
  • Gain operational insight with Data Visualization
  • Achieve long-term ROI with a Digital Twin Strategy
  • Build your team’s skillset with Data Management Training

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Power BI templates for evaluating Revit model content for compliance with a retail owner’s facility standards.

Power BI dashboard layouts integrating data for project management and facility maintenance for the University of Nebraska Medical Center.

Power BI training for architects and designers to support data-driven design decisions at LS3P.

Why use BI for Building Design and Construction?

Make smart, data-driven decisions

Accessible to everyone on your team

Create powerful presentations

Combine multiple data sources

  • Business Intelligence for Architects - Power BI report showing building design options


“Our approach in creating BI extensions for the AECO industry aims at addressing the widespread need for insightful and presentable data among experts and non-experts.”

Nathan Miller, CEO

Read the full article:
“Business Intelligence – 5 Drivers for Adoption in Architecture and Construction”

Digital Facilities Management

Proving Ground developed standards for BIM and data integration to support design, construction, and operations for the University of Nebraska Medical Center. With their new system in place, architects and contractors are able to implement activities in order of priority, ranked to optimize the facility and operations team’s long-term wellbeing.

Proving Ground developed a project execution plan template that defined workflows for model coordination and data delivery between owner, architect, and builder. Proving Ground also set Revit model data standards which are the basis for systems integration by the campus facilities team.

Digital Transformation Strategy Example - Power BI Dashboard for Facilities Management - Track Maintenance Request and Building Health - BIM data merged with Real-time task tracking.

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