PlanGrid is a company providing construction productivity software. It develops a cloud-based application that allows users to store blueprints and construction documents on iOS smartphones and tablets.

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TypeSubsidiary
Parent CompanyAutodesk
HQSan Rafael, CA, US
Founded2011
Websiteplangrid.com
Cybersecurity ratingCMore
PlanGrid was founded in 2011 and is headquartered in San Rafael, CA, US

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Key People/Management at PlanGrid

David Cain

David Cain

Chief Marketing Officer
Bob Tesler

Bob Tesler

Chief Legal Officer
Amy Palmer

Amy Palmer

VP of Demand Generation and Field Marketing
Lisa Kwan

Lisa Kwan

Director of Engineering
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PlanGrid Office Locations

PlanGrid has offices in San Rafael, Austin, Baltimore, Boston and in 25 other locations
San Rafael, CA, US (HQ)
111 McInnis Pkwy
Austin, TX, US
Austin, TX, USA
Baltimore, MD, US
Baltimore, MD, USA
Boston, MA, US
Boston, MA, USA
Dallas, TX, US
Dallas, TX, USA
Denver, CO, US
Denver, CO, USA
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PlanGrid Financials and Metrics

Summary Metrics

Founding Date

2011

Total Funding

$66 m

Investors

In total, PlanGrid had raised $66 m. PlanGrid is a subsidiary of Autodesk

PlanGrid Operating Metrics

Mar, 2018Jun, 2018Nov, 2018

Countries

7884

Customers

12 k

Partners

35

Paying Users

120 k
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Human Capital Metrics

Source: github.com
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PlanGrid Cybersecurity Score

Cybersecurity ratingPremium dataset

C

75/100

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PlanGrid Online and Social Media Presence

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PlanGrid Company Culture

  • Overall Culture

    C

    70/100

  • CEO Rating

    A

    82/100

  • Compensation

    A-

    83/100

  • Diversity

    B-

    76/100

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PlanGrid News and Updates

Construction Management Software Market Expected to Reach $2.73 billion by 2027 Top Players: BENTLEY SYSTEMS INCORPORATED, PlanGrid Inc., Procore Technologies Inc., Sage Group plc, Trimble Navigation Limited, Viewpoint Inc.

HO CHI MINH, Vietnam, Oct. 27, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Being an all-inclusive in nature, the Global Construction Management Software Market Research Report offers better insights about different market segments on which businesses are highly relying for thriving in the market. All the parameters …

Autodesk Introduces PlanGrid Advanced RFIs and Project Hub to Boost Project Visibility and Extend Workflows to the Field

SAN RAFAEL, Calif, June 18, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Autodesk, Inc. (NASDAQ: ADSK), today announced availability of PlanGrid Advanced RFIs and Project Hub, two powerful new additions in the PlanGrid platform that give construction teams greater visibility into a project's progress and...

PlanGrid Delivers BIM Data in 2D and 3D Directly to Mobile Users in the Field

SAN FRANCISCO, April 23, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- PlanGrid, an Autodesk company and a leader in construction productivity software, today introduced PlanGrid BIM, a powerful new product integration with Autodesk RevitⓇ that enables users to immediately access Building Information Modeling...

Breaking News for Trade Contractors: Autodesk Agrees to Acquire PlanGrid

SAN DIEGO, Dec. 3, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- eSUB, the labor productivity and business operations tool for trade contractors, shares the enthusiasm regarding Autodesk's agreement to acquire PlanGrid. Trade contractors are in the unique position because they collaborate with several different...

Autodesk agrees to buy PlanGrid for $875 million

Autodesk announced plans to acquire PlanGrid for $875 million today. The San Francisco startup helped move blueprints from paper to the iPad when it launched in 2011. This digitization of construction fits with Autodesk’s vision of digitizing design in general, and CEO Andrew Anagnost certainly reco…

Autodesk to Buy Construction Startup PlanGrid for $875 Million

It's part of the design software company's plans to target the construction industry.
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PlanGrid Blogs

How the APIJ Construction Industry is Building Resilience and Future-proofing through Digital Technologies

Across the Asia Pacific region including Japan (APIJ) and indeed the world, as with many industries, the construction industry has been heavily impacted since last March as construction sites ground to a halt due to COVID-19. Although vaccines have brought some hope, the end of the pandemic is still…

Trade Secrets: 4 Success Strategies from Leading MEP Contractors

Among all of the systems on construction projects, mechanical, electrical, and plumbing (MEP) systems are the most complex to design, build, and operate. These systems must be designed by specialized contractors and require careful coordination to meet installation, operation, and maintenance requir…

Digital Builder Ep 14: 3 Things We Learned About AI & Machine Learning in Construction

There are plenty of misconceptions around artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML). For some people, these technologies conjure up thoughts about self-aware robots who’ll take over the world. Then there’s the more common notion that AI and ML are here to replace humans and take their j…

Behind the Build: Interview with Joel Shetterly, Head of Design, Compass Coffee

What’s the secret to Real Good Coffee? While coffee beans and brewing techniques certainly play a role, we’d say that good construction and people also contribute greatly to the coffee drinking experience. Hear us out. Whether they’re brewing coffee or buying it, how people feel throughout the proce…

Celebrating innovation in construction at the Belgian Awards

As the co-sponsor for the Belgian Construction Awards, our Autodesk Construction Cloud team were lucky enough to judge not one, not two but three of the BIM award categories. I was delighted to see the huge momentum gained and the progress we’re making towards digitalising the construction industry …

Gain Control of Your Construction Data: 6 Steps to Standardization

The amount of data used in the construction industry is staggering—and only poised to grow in the future. Consider that some of the world’s largest infrastructure projects require an average of 130 million emails, 55 million documents, and 12 million workflows, according to a recent FMI report. With…
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PlanGrid Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was PlanGrid founded?

    PlanGrid was founded in 2011.

  • Who are PlanGrid key executives?

    PlanGrid's key executives are David Cain, Bob Tesler and Amy Palmer.

  • How many employees does PlanGrid have?

    PlanGrid has 76 employees.

  • Who are PlanGrid competitors?

    Competitors of PlanGrid include PropelPLM, Maruti Techlabs and Fieldwire.

  • Where is PlanGrid headquarters?

    PlanGrid headquarters is located at 111 McInnis Pkwy, San Rafael.

  • Where are PlanGrid offices?

    PlanGrid has offices in San Rafael, Austin, Baltimore, Boston and in 25 other locations.

  • How many offices does PlanGrid have?

    PlanGrid has 29 offices.