Visualization of construction progress helps construction project managers to study spatial aspects of as-built and as-planned performances, identify progress discrepancies, better utilize resources and equipments in different locations and make timely corrective decisions. This needs as-built performance model to be generated and superimposed over as-planned allowing progress discrepancies to be visualized. In this paper we discuss methodology of generating, analyzing and visualizing progress with D4AR (4 Dimensional Augmented Reality) models using daily construction photographs and 4D as-planned model. We use three construction cases to illustrate how the as-built progress models could be sparsely reconstructed using daily site photographs and how the reconstructed model is superimposed over the as-planned model. We also demonstrate how the D4AR model is applied in these ongoing construction projects. As a result of this research, automatic and more frequent visual progress data collection, analysis and reporting will become possible. Copyright ASCE 2009.