They will need a PCG file from you, what they can attach to their DWG's. So if you create the PCG from your scan projects and deliver this to your clients all should be fine.
As Autodesk are the only people that can make the PCG file and have not supplied the codec to anyone other than Kubit which means additional software purchase. you would have thought that they would have allowed for simple ASCI based file import, LAS is an industry standard for Ariel data, the rest are vendor specific propriety formats, they seem to have gone out of there way to isolate the source of all the data they are so proud of saying they can now read,
Remember Plain Autocad and Civil/Map use different engines and can import different types of data.
I am sure we will see Autodesk adding additional import formats with there subscription service and maybe Scanner manufacturers will add additional exports. PCG may be a great new storage format but with no way to get the data in what is the point of Autocad having pointcloud capabilities .