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Configuring the Civil Design and Construction Collaboration extension 

02-15-2023 07:15

Installing Trimble Extensions

Using the Connected Project feature, you can create a project in Trimble Connect and enable one or more extensions to automatically connect to and create a copy of the project in Trimble®  WorksManager, Trimble WorksOS, and/or Trimble Quadri, thereby making a ‘connected project’ in the applications. The boundary, coordinate reference system (CRS), and users/members you set up in your Trimble Connect project are copied to the project in the other applications. These apps can then share data directly back to Connect, eliminating file transfer inefficiencies. Once you have created a connected project, you can perform a variety of office-to-field (design-to-construction) workflows. 

  1. Create or open the project you want to connect in Trimble Connect for Browser.
  2. Go to the Settings › Extensions page.
  3. Under Trimble Extensions, toggle one or both of these:
    • Jobsite Management - Enable the connection between Trimble Connect, WorksManager, and WorksOS. See below for details.
    • Civil Design and Construction Collaboration - Enable the connection between Trimble Connect and Quadri. See below for details

Configuring the extension

1. To the right of the extension toggle, click the Extension Configuration icon.

2. Under Quadri Shared Model > Extension Settings, select a:

    • Feature catalog
    • Feature catalog version 
    • Coordinate system units - This is based on the project’s CRS. (the default is meters). 

3. Under Shared Settings, verify that the project boundary and CRS are correct. If not, press Ctrl + F5 to refresh the page, and Choose Feature Catalog standard.

4. In the upper right, click Save and Enable.

Once Quadri has been enabled, you should confirm or update which of your team members have access to the connected project. You can also join a connected project from Quadri.

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