Site Structure

Site Structure provides a way of logically grouping Assets into "Sites".

Sites should generally reflect real-world physical organization. While a site may not be “geographical”, it should be rigid.

Sites are meant to organize assets the way you organize them in the real world.

Sites will often be drawn against budgetary lines. See some examples below.

It is recommended to build a “Site” folder with multiple locations inside to reflect your site structure then add another top-level folder called “Test” to be used for testing blueprints and modifiers before rolling out to rest of the organization. Having an “Unknown Location” folder can help you isolate missing Assets.

Examples of Site Structures:

A school district has the following Site Structure

  • Pleasantville Public Schools

    • Sites

      • Pleasantville High School District

        • PHS

      • Pleasantville Elementary School District

        • Middle Schools

          • East Middle School

          • West Middle School

        • Elementary Schools

          • Elmwood Elementary

          • Lincoln Elementary

          • Meadowlark Elementary

          • Roosevelt Elementary

    • Test

    • Unknown Location

A nonprofit has the following Site Structure:

  • Good Neighbor Deeds

    • Sites

      • Pleasantville

        • Main Campus

          • Admin Building

          • Youth Outreach Building

        • Distribution Center

      • Honeydew Branch Office

    • Test

    • Unknown Location