As a forward thinking and proactive business, Trimble is always looking for solutions that help the industry work more productively and effectively. Bringing together industry experts from all of its corporate divisions, Trimble is able to realise its vision of a seamless and cost-effective future for the construction sector. Here, Trimble MEP and Trimble Buildings envisage how the industry will evolve and change over the course of the next decade and have put together a look at the changes and developments that will keep us on our toes in 2025!
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