Foundations Episode #25 – Is Construction Changing Modeling, Or Vice Versa?
The BIM and modeling process has been slowing changing the construction process over the past two decades, and many contractors are realizing that there’s a benefit to visualization and modeling, that you don’t get from traditional drawing sets. In this episode of Foundations, we’re joined by Chris Keating, General Manager for Trimble SketchUp to answer a huge question… Is construction changing modeling? Are we adapting and changing 3D design so that it works in construction, or is modeling changing the construction process?
By Josh Eppert|
2017-10-20T07:27:05+00:00 October 20th, 2017|
Robotic Total Stations have complete changed the way contractors layout, build, and check their in-field layout. The Trimble RTS-series continues to lead the way in providing intuitive, rugged, and reliable positioning solutions that are specifically focused on the building construction industry. Powered by Trimble Field Link, these total stations provide a small learning curve and utilize concepts and routines that are already found on the job site. This means that you’re laying out and measuring points more quickly than ever before.
And now, it’s even easier to get started with Trimble. For a limited time, BuildingPoint is proud to offer the industry-leading Trimble RTS773 at a remarkable low price. From now until the end of December, Florida contractors can save on this powerful package that includes a robotic total station and Trimble tablet. In addition, your BuildingPoint specialist also has special end-of-year pricing on all of the most common accessories to get you started.
To learn more about the limited time special pricing on the Trimble RTS773, or to schedule an on-site demonstration, call your BuildingPoint representative today, call us at 813-280-0655, or simply click the link below.
In this 2 minute video overview, we go over the new enhancements to the latest release of Field Link, version 4.3. If you’d like to learn more about Trimble Field Link, click the link below and contact us today!
In this webinar Trimble shows you how this add-on module lets you take your estimate data, complete with labor hours, labor productivities and other costs, and populate a Microsoft Project or Primavera P6 schedule. You will learn how to prep the data for export, how to export and how to update. This is a time-saver as it eliminates manual and duplicate data entry.
Foundations Episode #24 – Looking Ahead At Planning
Even though it is one of the most vital parts of a project, project planning and scheduling isn’t always given the full attention it deserves. And here at Foundations, we agree. In this latest episode, we’re joined by Duane Gleason, Market Segment Manager for Trimble, to discuss collaborative planning, and how to best keep your project team on-task and up to date.
By Josh Eppert|
2017-10-06T07:37:21+00:00 October 6th, 2017|
A few weeks ago, Trimble released an update for Vico Office, version R6.5, that included bug fixes, and enhancements to integrate the workflows of design/cost/management. Following up on this update, Trimble is hosting a webinar that will highlight some of these new features, and will go through a workflow demonstration that will explain all of the new features and use cases that you’ll find inside R6.5, including:
• 4D w/o 5D: How to create quantity loaded tasks on-the fly
• Tekla rebar support
• Conditional formatting in the cost planner
• BCF support
To learn more about this update, download the release notes here, and to register for the webinar, click the link below.
As a project controls platform, Trimble ProjectSight brings the project document dataset to center stage. In every use case, project stakeholders collaborate, share, and comment on the model and drawing package, ensuring that everyone remains on the same page, throughout the life of the project.
With this basic principle guiding the development and implementation of Trimble ProjectSight, managing your drawings and models with this intuitive platform could not be easier. Leveraging the power of Trimble Connect, ProjectSight can manage models and document sets for even the most complex of projects. With automated sheet indexing, batch updating for both individual sheets and complete drawing sets, and model-based integrations for all of the industry’s most popular file formats, ProjectSight can easily manage your drawing file and model requirements for projects of all shapes and sizes.
With Trimble ProjectSight, you can rest assured knowing that you finally have a single drawing management solution that can scale across your entire project, and your entire organization. Getting started couldn’t be easier. To learn more about ProjectSight, or to begin a free, fully functional demo account, simply click the link below.
The Direct Sales position is responsible for driving the growth of the Trimble Geospatial portfolio throughout the engineering, land survey, utility markets or wherever precise positioning and mapping is needed.
The Solutions Engineer is responsible for supporting the adoption of the Trimble surveying solutions portfolio throughout the Geospatial industry.
Field Solutions Specialist
The Field Solutions Specialist is responsible for driving the adoption of the Trimble Buildings portfolio throughout the Design-Build-Operate (DBO) life-cycle in the building construction market.
Trimble ProjectSight is a a first-of-its-kind project management tool that empowers project teams with relevant, real-time data for informed decision making. But how exactly can it help you and your team? See how with Trimble’s ProjectSight Demo Webinar!
This demo webinar will cover:
– Use of drawing markup, together with project controls and team conversations, to facilitate true collaboration.
– A fully configurable and secure system that is still easy to adopt and use by your teams
Register for Trimble’s demo webinar on Wednesday, September 27th at 1PM to see how ProjectSight can elevate your project.
Without parameters and a good process, customization adds a lot of variables and complexity. But if you manage that customization, and adapt it properly, you can actually simplify your processes and workflows. In this episode of Foundations, we’re joined by Steve Montgomery of BuildingPoint NE, to build on our conversation in Episode 3 covering custom reporting.
By Josh Eppert|
2017-09-22T14:20:34+00:00 September 22nd, 2017|