Trimble Paydirt® SiteWork
The Trimble Paydirt® SiteWork module is a powerful estimator's tool. It is used for calculating site earthwork and material quantities, and performing detailed analysis of a site project. The software allows estimators to determine excavation cut and fill volumes, and strip volumes for an entire site or for selected regions of a site. Material areas and volumes for asphalt, concrete, base and other materials can also be calculated and converted to tons.
Paydirt SiteWork is versatile, fast and remarkably easy to use. Simply digitize or import plan view data, and with the click of a button you can run volume reports, 3 dimensional views of the site, color shaded cut / fill location maps, and much more. The software's import capabilities allow for survey data of an existing site to be compared with design data for the future site. By comparing the design with the real world you can easily verify the accuracy of the plans before any dirt is moved.
Paydirt SiteWork uses Trimble's Terramodel CAD module to import an extensive range of design data formats. It allows you to import exactly the information you want into Paydirt SiteWork. You can open engineer's CAD files, turn off the display of certain objects, and even edit the data. Terramodel CAD also provides you with the power to create site designs for Design/Build projects which can be sent to Paydirt SiteWork to calculate excavation volumes and balance the site.
Once the surface data is in Paydirt SiteWork, you can create 3D color surface models and examine the surface model from any angle of rotation. This lets you verify the accuracy of the data, enhance presentations and improve communication with prospective customers.
Paydirt SiteWork has extensive, professional reporting capabilities that allow you to calculate quantities more accurately and in less time.
Paydirt SiteWork produces detailed excavation and material volume reports that allow you to generate bank cut and fill volumes, and account shrink and swell to get adjusted cut and fill numbers. Total area of cut and area of fill is provided to help determine production rates along with strip volumes. Material areas, volumes and converted quantities are provided and totaled by type of material. All text reports can be saved to an Excel file format enabling easy import into spreadsheets and construction bidding software.
A color, shaded map in the cut/fill location report shows the location and depth of cuts and fills on the site. Area, Volume, and Center of Mass values are also reported for each individual cut and fill region on the site, and can be sub-divided into smaller phases of excavation. Cut Stakes showing Existing and Proposed elevation, plus depth of cut or fill can be overlaid on the cut/fill map. The same information can then be exported to a total station for site verification and rough grade stake out. Cut / Fill location reports improve your excavation planning, and improve your efficiency.
The Site Balance report allows you to minimize import and export volumes by calculating how much to raise or lower the site to balance the cut and fill volumes. Determine how much to raise or lower the site to import or export a specified volume of dirt.
The cross-section report function allows you to print or plot cross-sections at any horizontal or vertical interval, or from digitized locations on the site. All selected surfaces are shown, including sub-strata. You can view the sections on the screen or print the sections to a specified scale or fit a specified number of rows and columns of sections per sheet.
For 3D machine control projects, it is easy to export Paydirt SiteWork data for use with Trimble's SiteVision and BladePro3D Machine Control systems.
Paydirt SiteWork software is used by a wide range of contractors in the construction industry for increased efficiency and cost-saving. Excavation Contractors, Heavy / Highway Contractors, and General Contractors who move their own dirt use Paydirt SiteWork to better plan their operations and minimize the amount of dirt that needs to be moved. General Contractors use Paydirt SiteWork for verifying sub contractor bids. Developers use Paydirt SiteWork for evaluating the cost of development of a site. And, Engineers use Paydirt SiteWork for providing accurate earthwork quantities with a design.
Features and benefits
- Terramodel CAD module.
Import AutoCAD, MicroStation, Terramodel and other engineering site design files. Create site designs for Design/Build projects.
- Cut and Fill volumes for the entire site or individual areas
Get the quantities you need for the entire project and break them up for the different phases of a project.
- Topsoil and unsuitable stripping materials
Keeps strip material quantities separate from useable dirt volumes.
- Subgrade Adjustments
Adjust site from finished grade to subgrade for accurate earthwork volumes and select fill material quantities
- Concrete, Asphalt, Base or other selected fill material areas and volumes
One takeoff produces strip, mass excavation, and select fill material quantities.
- Areas of cut and fill
Helps you determine production rates and equipment use.
- Reports areas, volumes, center of gravity, average and maximum depth of individual cut and fill areas.
Helps you plan how you want to excavate your project and determine what equipment to use.
- Color shaded Cut/Fill and Staking map
Shows you where cuts and fills are located and provides rough grade staking information.
- Cut cross-sections or profiles at any location on the site
Get a better feel for the site and view
- Site Balance Report with selectable areas of interest
Balance import or export by adjusting selected areas of the site.
- Graphic color shaded 3D, Cut / Fill Location, and Surface Contour Reports
Visually check the accuracy of your takeoff so you can bid with confidence.
- Professional Graphic and Text reports
Produce professional presentations for negotiated work and improve communications with the field personnel, owners and engineers.