Detailer

Resources to help construction designers and detailers work more productively.

  • BIM Phrasebook Pocket Guide

    BIM Phrasebook Pocket Guide

    For anyone encountering BIM for the first time or still finding their feet in this area, we've put together a handy pocket guide glossary of some of the most commonly used terms and phrases.

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  • Decoding Trends in Designer and Detailer Upskilling

    Decoding Trends in Designer and Detailer Upskilling

    Upskilling to benefit your career, your craft, and your company is always a good idea. But when there are only so many hours in a day, what should designers and detailers focus on?

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  • 5 Reasons to Use Revit to Design Your MEP Projects

    5 Reasons to Use Revit to Design Your MEP Projects

    The purpose-built nature of Revit makes it a great tool for MEP design. But its advantages don’t end there. Revit can make your job even easier. Read this blog to learn how.

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  • Building a Better BIM Team Checklist

    Building a Better BIM Team Checklist

    Use this multi-disciplinary BIM Team best practices checklist to make sure you breaking down silos, and improving collaboration and project management at every touchpoint.

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  • The MEP Detailer's Guide to Earlier Clash Detection and Better Collaboration

    The MEP Detailer's Guide to Earlier Clash Detection and Better Collaboration

    By combining an MEP detailing solution like Trimble SysQue with Revit, you can produce fabrication-ready models, minimize rework and detail with greater accuracy. Download the eBook to learn more.

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  • Hiring a Qualified Detailer: 5 Must-Have Detailer Skills

    Hiring a Qualified Detailer: 5 Must-Have Detailer Skills

    Finding a qualified building detailer can be extremely challenging. We’ve outlined the five most important skills that a detailer should have. Use this checklist when vetting your next hire.

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  • Managed Content: The MEP Contractor's Secret Weapon

    Managed Content: The MEP Contractor's Secret Weapon

    MEP contractors are using managed content to produce constructible models that can be built into reality. Read this Trimble MEP blog to learn how.

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  • The Top 5 Reasons to Extend Revit With MEP Detailing Software

    The Top 5 Reasons to Extend Revit With MEP Detailing Software

    You can extend Revit with a detailing software add-in that’s specific to MEP and includes millions of managed manufacturer-specific components, such as SysQue. Download the checklist.

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  • The CAD Revolution In Construction

    The CAD Revolution In Construction

    From pencil to paper and 3D, 4D, or even 5D BIM— there’s no doubt things are rapidly changing in the construction industry. CAD is transforming the way we work - and will continue in the future.

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  • 3D BIM Modeling - BIM Level of Detail and Model Progression Specification

    3D BIM Modeling - BIM Level of Detail and Model Progression Specification

    3D BIM modeling is common in today’s construction industry, with BIM level of detail becoming even more important. Dive into Level of Detail (LOD) and BIM levels in 3D modeling software.

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  • Disney Uses BIM to Create the Infamous Enchanted Storybook Castle

    Disney Uses BIM to Create the Infamous Enchanted Storybook Castle

    Shanghai’s Disney resort, which is due to open in spring next year, is the home of the largest of Disney’s castles. It has been over three years since Disney revealed that the Enchanted...

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  • What's the Difference Between 3D CAD, BIM and VDC?

    What's the Difference Between 3D CAD, BIM and VDC?

    The changing pace of design and technology within the construction industry has led to a certain amount of confusion along the way – discover the difference between 3D CAD, BIM, and VDC.

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  • 3 Ways to Use a 3D Scanner on Your Next Construction Project

    3 Ways to Use a 3D Scanner on Your Next Construction Project

    3D laser scanning is opening doors for many construction companies to improve their processes and results – Saving time, money and headaches. Here are three ways you can use it on your next project.

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  • These Manufacturers Use BIM to Their Advantage

    These Manufacturers Use BIM to Their Advantage

    Manufacturers like Caleffi, ABB and Mitsubishi are finding their place in the BIM workflow. Here's what they have to say about it.

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  • 5 Ways to Simplify Creating and Managing BIM Content

    5 Ways to Simplify Creating and Managing BIM Content

    Practical tips for improving how you manage your thousands of files of BIM content.

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  • Kingspan Brings Constructible Content to Manufacturing

    Kingspan Brings Constructible Content to Manufacturing

    Here's how one material supplier uses BIM and digital construction workflows to speed up detailing by 50%.

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  • Speaking Concretely: Formwork Planning and Detailing in 3D

    Speaking Concretely: Formwork Planning and Detailing in 3D

      Getting the information right is the first step to taking the destiny of your formwork into your own hands.    A significant number of companies still use 2D drawings for planning their...

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  • Speaking Concretely: 3D Models - Filling The Information Gap In Construction Projects

    Speaking Concretely: 3D Models - Filling The Information Gap In Construction Projects

    Concrete contractors often need more information than traditional drawings can provide. Information gaps slow down projects and can even damage business, which is why many constructors are...

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  • Increased Bid Accuracy and a True Competitive Advantage with Model-based Estimating

    Increased Bid Accuracy and a True Competitive Advantage with Model-based Estimating

    From bidding a project every 10 days to bidding three projects every week.

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  • Parametric Design: Design Expressed in Rules Not Geometry

    Parametric Design: Design Expressed in Rules Not Geometry

    What is parametric design? Parametric design is guided by a set of parameters and rules defined by the engineer that generate or control the design output. It takes efficiency and possibilities...

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