Find Construction Mistakes Before They Become Expensive Problems.


Find Construction Mistakes Before They Become Expensive Problems.

What is Verity?

Verity compares laser scans of as-built conditions against any 3D Navisworks model to generate accurate quality assessments. Now, you can check 100% of installed work in the time it takes to spot-check 5%.

Check 100% of Installed Work

Reduce Costly Rework

Eliminate Schedule Delays

Deliver Accurate As-Builts

How Verity Can Help Your Project

Obtain More Accurate Quality Assessments

Sophisticated computer vision algorithms compare the point cloud to the model, enabling Verity to measure the distance between where an element was meant to go and where it was actually built. The result is a much more accurate, detailed, and complete variance analysis.

Gain Unprecedented Insight into Construction Errors

Verity offers a variety of QA tools for viewing and understanding construction errors. Customizable heat maps display variance as color for quick identification of bending or deflection. Precise measuring tools display quantitative data on how individual elements deviate from the design.

Automatically Create a True As-Built Model

With a single click, update coordination models in Navisworks to reflect real-world conditions. Export point clouds for out-of-tolerance elements to the proper design platform so subcontractors can make updates quickly.

Gain UnpreClash Detect Your As-Builts in Autodesk® Navisworks®

Full integration with Navisworks means that data is fully shared, and any element you inspect in Verity is automatically displayed in Navisworks, and vice versa. Gain new insight into how installation errors will cause conflicts with future work, simply by performing your existing clash-detection workflow.

See how Customers have been leveraging Verity.


Verity Identified Deviations in 70% of Beams in One Building

Hospital Central Unit Plant

Verity Updates As-Built Documents for Plant Room

Steel Construction

Verity Identified As-Built Deviations in More Than 50% of Horizontal and Vertical I-Beams.