Lean about building load calculations in Design Master HVAC.
Compare how Revit MEP and Design Master Electrical handle one-line riser diagrams.
In our MEP-BIM survey, we discovered that over half of the people using Revit MEP using it on less then half their projects. If you are considering Revit MEP, you need to plan how you are going to handle all the projects you can’t design with it.
Last month, we conducted a survey of engineers and designers in the MEP industry to learn about their experiences using building information modeling (BIM). A link to the survey was included in our monthly newsletter, on various LinkedIn groups, on Autodesk’s AutoCAD MEP forum, and on AUGI’s Revit MEP forum. We received 70 responses from individuals working in the United States which confirmed our general sense of the industry: everyone is talked about BIM, but it is not yet common practice.
Time and again, a simple support call from a customer ends with the question, “By the way, are you doing anything with Revit? I’m getting a lot of pressure from my architects to start using it.” It used to be a monthly question, but now we are asked this a few times a week. We know that our answer to this question is becoming more and more of a concern for our customers. Let me share with you what we are doing to allow you to continue to use Design Master and keep your Revit-using architects happy.
Our customer success story for October 2010 is Jewell Electric. Don Jewell is a long-time Design Master Electrical user. He says, “With Design Master, we’ve never had a job we couldn’t handle.”
Learn about isometric riser diagrams in Design Master Plumbing.
Learn about one-line riser diagrams in Design Master Electrical.
Learn about exporting HVAC ductwork in IFC format.
Our customer success story for September, 2010 is Division 16 Electrical Estimating. Al Bellefleur was able to use Design Master Electrical to expand his business from contracting-only to offering design-build services.
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