Applied Software Announces Virtual MEP Force
ATLANTA, GA (May 7, 2020) – Applied Software, a leading systems integrator for the architecture, engineering, construction, and manufacturing industries, announced today its popular MEP Force conference has been upgraded to a virtual event in 2020, making attendance possible for a much broader audience. The exclusive event enables MEP industry leaders to learn from their peers about new technology trends in fabrication, prefabrication, Industrialized Construction, Design for Manufacture and Assembly (DfMA), and more.
The fully virtual event will be held half-days from August 31 to September 2. By participating in MEP Force, MEP leaders can gain insight into new and more efficient processes, giving them a competitive edge in the methods of fabrication and prefab. Because of the virtual format, more MEP contractors can participate, while saving time and money on travel and accommodations.
The online half-day format will allow busy contractors to combine a partial workday with a half-day of learning about the latest innovations in the MEP industry, including topics like: 3D scanning, virtual spools, kitting, conduit modeling, takeoffs, profiles, fab part detailing, Revit add-ins, BIM management, clash detection, bid accuracy, and collaboration. “As virtual meeting techniques continue to develop, we’re pleased to offer this opportunity for a much wider audience to take advantage of all the vital knowledge this conference has to offer,” said Richard Burroughs, President of Applied Software.
Registration is open for the event on the Applied Software website at: MEP Force.
About Applied Software
Applied Software, a full-service premier systems integrator for the AEC, MEP, fabrication and manufacturing industries, is on a mission to transform industries by empowering our clients and championing innovation with real-world expert consultants. With a broad range of world-class solutions, services and training, Applied has been helping clients achieve a competitive advantage since 1982. For more information visit www.asti.com.