ATG Webinar: Plumbing Visibility in the MEPPP

If you do MEP design in Revit be sure to check out this great webinar presented by Don Rasmusson, Director of MEPPP Services at ATG. Don highlights some of the great features we have integrated into the MEP Productivity Pack (MEPPP). The video highlights how filters and System Classification/Types can be used to facilitate design and visualization of pipe within Revit. Taking a side step, for a moment, Don talks about the filters I setup in the ‘working views’ to indicate when an electrical device is not circuited (red), circuited but on assigned to a panel (magenta) and is circuited and assigned to a panel (green). Real-time design validation!

ATG is the re-seller of the MEPPP in the USA, providing implementation and training services, as well as support and product demos. Read more here- https://bimchapters.blogspot.com/2019/03/plumbing-visibility-in-meppp-atg-webinar.html

Applied Technology Group is a Platinum Autodesk Business Partner. Founded in North Little Rock, Ark., in 1992 as a local computer services company, ATG has grown to become a leading design technology partner with the purpose of assisting customers in maximizing the value and adoption of advanced technologies so they can perform competitively in the AEC sector. ATG collaborates with customers across the Gulf South, Midwest and Southwest through partnerships with 3DR, Autodesk, Leica, Microsoft and Panzura. Learn more about our company at www.atgusa.com.

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