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How to Manage MEP Content for Constructible Models

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How to Manage MEP Content for Constructible Models

The prefabrication of MEP systems is now preferred over paper drawings. With BIM growing in popularity, there is no better time to learn how to manage MEP content for your constructible models.

 

Building Product Manufacturers (BPMs) are creating design content for commercial buildings and MEP is no exception. Because of this, it's important to stay true to the BIM authoring platform as much as possible because the cost to repurpose content across platforms isn't worth the effort. If you've ever wondered about the benefits of managed MEP content for your constructible models, this is for you.

In this guide, you'll learn:

  • What makes the prefabrication of MEP systems successful

  • What BPMs are doing with content

  • Benefits of managed content

  • The downfalls of non-managed content

  • Next steps for managing your MEP content

Access your guide to MEP Content now!

About the Author

Jim Reis

Jim serves as Managing Director of SysQue and Building Data at Trimble. He maintains a strong customer focus on providing MEP contractors and engineers with managed data and business analytics for winning work, doing work, and managing work.

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