Due to the interdisciplinary nature, scale of data collected, and long lifetime of large infrastructure projects, it is often the case that information becomes decentralized or lost leading to delays and redundant efforts throughout the project’s history. To combat this, AECOM has developed a suite of integrated digital tools, to streamline data collection, tracking, and communication using a centralized host of sites, ESRI-based applications, and embedded content that integrates multiple business lines. Field data collection (e.g., bridge inspection forms, USACE wetland data forms, protected species data forms, cultural data forms) is fully digitized by using the widely available ESRI Survey123 software. This form of data collection ensures consistency and completeness in data collected, reduces errors in calculations, automates sharing and backups, integrates GPS, and reduces time spent transcribing hard-copy data into digital formats. Through the use of integrated digital tools, all data collected is centralized for all disciplines and available to managers and staff in real-time, via computers or even tablets in the field. Interdisciplinary data can then be developed into a user-friendly and interactive format (i.e., web maps) that allows users to quickly assess potential risks, impacts, or changes to the project. For example, a web map available on a tablet can be used in the field during construction to allow for environmental staff to communicate with the contractor about potential risks associated with changes to design and make decisions in real time. These tools also centralize approved documents, such as USACE Section 404 permits, for ease of access and project tracking. Additionally, these tools allow for automated data backups to network servers ensuring that project data is secure and allows for customized security by allowing the creator to assign editing rights or limit the ability to view or manage the system. When applied to large infrastructure projects, these tools enhance communication between disciplines, reduces duplicative efforts, allows for efficient decision-making, ensures the accuracy of collected data, and centralizes project information.