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MSF22100 - Fabrication Parts in Revit: Making the Jump from an MEP Contractor’s Point of View

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In this session, we will discuss making the jump from Fabrication CADmep software to Fabrication Parts in Revit software from the point of view of Comfort Systems USA. We will discuss the beginning, the current state, the struggles we encountered, and the future forecast. We will also discuss how this transition has impacted our organization. This session features Revit MEP and Fabrication CADmep.

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Learn how planning ahead helped us make the change
Discuss the struggles encountered before and during the transition
Get an update on how it’s going now—is everyone who made the change happy?
Discuss where we go from here—looking ahead, beyond tomorrow
All Levels
Fabrication CADmep, Revit MEP
Building Products and Fabrication
CADmep users, CADmep administrators, Database administrators, Operations Managers, Supervisors, Owners, REVIT MEP users
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Fabrication, Modeling
Getting started with a new software
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