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Trimble MEP: Accuracy and Productivity for Tight Construction Schedules

With the Trimble MEP layout solution, mechanical, electrical, and plumbing contractors can increase productivity and simplify the lay out of sleeves and hangers. One person can accurately lay out hundreds of points in a single day... even when the design is complex.

Trimble MEP utilizes the Trimble RTS Series Robotic Total Stations, a Trimble Nomad, and Trimble MEP layout software to provide precise location of pipe; duct and cable tray hangers; pipe and electrical conduit sleeves for floor and wall penetrations.

With specific language and workflows inherent to trade applications, Trimble MEP maximizes the existing skill sets of field personnel. It also offers additional benefits, including:

Cost savings through accurate, one person layout
Trimble MEP enables one person to handle layout faster and more accurately than two people using traditional methods. This efficiency results in both a reduction in labor costs and elimination of mistakes that can result in costly re-work.

Better control with digital information in the field
Trimble MEP enables mechanical, electrical and plumbing contractors to take 3D positional data to the field digitally, increasing productivity and accuracy by improving layout processes.

Timely reporting and updating
As-built point data is collected as points are laid out in the field and can be imported back into office CAD/MEP software applications for progress reports or to communicate design updates and as-builts.

Reduced delays through better communication between field and office
Trimble MEP also introduces the Trimble Connected Siteā„¢ to the mechanical, electrical and plumbing trades. Wireless capability in the controller enables transfer of design data and daily progress updates between the office and field, reducing delay associated with traveling to and from the job.