The American Society of Civil Engineers Committee on America’s Infrastructure gave U.S.infrastructure a D+ rating in 2017. While this grade reflects the current state of infrastructure, even further deterioration is inevitable due to natural and man-made causes. Additionally, structures which at present stage do not show signs of deficiency, will experience it over time. To ensure the safety of the communities who surround and use aging and increasingly deficient infrastructure, on-site, lifetime inspections and monitoring are required.While these methods produce large amounts of data, efficient methods for documenting, accessing, and visualizing this data are severely lacking. Current methods do not address how to include heterogeneous data, deal with large and complex geometries of structures, and facilitate communication among disparate parties involved.Mismanagement of a structure’s data can cause misunderstandings about the health and performance of a structure and can lead to inefficient allocation of funding at the least and catastrophic collapse at the worst. Thus, we are working towards developing a new product, which enables effective correlation between different datasets and intuitive, interactive, and interchangeable access and visualization of data.Our proposed software includes Virtual Tours andInformational Modeling and leverages AugmentedReality to document and visualize data for infrastructure health and performance assessment. This innovation will enable inspectors, evaluating engineers, decision makers, infrastructure owners, researchers, etc. to ensure optimal and safe management of infrastructure for the benefit of society in general.