Autodesk customers use Fabrication CADmep, Fabrication ESTmep, and Fabrication CAMduct to help improve estimating, win new work, and drive MEP detailing and fabrication.
Miller Electric Company: Works faster, smarter with BIM
Miller Electric Company is a construction engineering company based in Jacksonville, Florida. The team used the Architecture, Engineering & Construction Collection and Schneider Electric's plugin for Revit to design, fabricate, and install a complex electrical grid throughout a new cancer research center.
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The Hill Group: Estimating, detailing, and fabrication
The Hill Group (formerly Hill Mechanical) is a Chicago-based mechanical contractor. Members of the firm discuss why they implemented the full Fabrication software portfolio to more seamlessly control the estimating, detailing, and fabrication of MEP systems.
“It’s an actual real-world 3D model, made up of fabricatable, purchaseable components, but that also carry the relevant estimating information with them so that as you remove or add parts and pieces virtually in the model, you are also adding and removing labor and material costs and other things that are involved in the final number.”
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Southland Industries: Driving fabrication from design
Southland Industries is one of the largest building systems experts in the U.S. Company employees explain how they use Revit and Fabrication software to help drive the design, detailing, fabrication, and installation of MEP systems.
“Autodesk Fabrication bridges the gap between Autodesk Revit and construction; it gives us the ability to take our design-build concept and enter into that single-model software delivery method that we want to be in and have wanted to be in for years.”
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A.G. Coombs: BIM helps team to stay cool under pressure
A.G. Coombs is a building services company that focuses on MEP installation. The firm used Revit as the platform for a lean design and construction project delivery methodology to support the construction of a large-scale convention center in Sydney, Australia.