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Monday, February 15, 2010

InterSpec Releases e-SPECS Version 5.0 with More BIM Integration and Specification Management Functionality

I don't know how you can sit there and create specs by hand. e-SPECS rocks!!!!! As with almost every other BIM product, I'm the Florida reseller so contact me if you'd like more info, proposal or live demo.

http://www.e-specs.com/especs-revit.html

January 25, 2010 - InterSpec Inc., the industry leading provider of BIM integrated construction specification software and services, today announced the release of version 5.0 of e-SPECS® with new functionality, more BIM integration and additional Building Product Manufacturer (BPM) Content. This year also marks the 6th Year Anniversary of the first commercially available releases for the e-SPECS for Revit and e-SPECS for AutoCAD applications.

New e-SPECS version 5.0 functionality includes:

e-SPECS for Revit Integration

  • Over 100 new e-SPECS bindings to MasterSpec enables more "out-of-the-box" integration reducing initial implementation time
  • New e-SPECS Model Validation Report supports linked models, filtering and direct assembly code assignment
  • New Executive Summary and Table of Contents Reports within Revit provide early outline reporting and additional validation
  • Omni-Class is now supported through e-SPECS BIM parametric bindings
  • Uniformat assemblies with bindings are now bold for visual confirmation
  • Custom family parametric values are now associated with their assembly enabling more detailed binding integration

e-SPECS Building Product Manufacturer BIM Model Integration

  • e-SPECS Revit bindings associated with parameter field values enable tight BPM Revit family and system integration and coordination
  • BPMs can ensure their product specs are included in the spec manual when their BIM families are used in the model
  • Out-of-the-box e-SPECS binding integration includes BPM Program Members in the construction specification manuals

e-SPECS Designer

  • Style Manager integration for creating, managing and using style guides within e-SPECS Designer
  • Automatic checklist tagging of custom master sections supports SectionFormat 2008
  • Paragraph formatting can be used on any style
  • Tables may be added and managed in edit mode

e-SPECS Updates and Enhancements

  • New Section History Report lists Imported, Inserted via Checklist, or Inserted via BIM Model Integration
  • e-SPECS Editor includes bracket insertion and use with double-click editing
  • Project Notes Reports have been added and Project Notes may be open while editing sections
  • Existing Projects may be converted to Base Document Template Projects
  • Direct links from e-SPECS to MasterSpec On-Line Supporting Documents

"We pride ourselves in listening to our customer and partner requests for new functionality to help further reduce time and cost associated in producing quality construction documents," stated Gilles Letourneau, InterSpec CTO. "e-SPECS was first released in 2004 supporting the Microsoft SQL Server platform, leading CAD/BIM applications and MasterSpec guide specifications. In response to an e-SPECS customer survey, we focused our development in the area customers requested the most which included more BIM integration and validation, reporting and editor enhancements. It is truly gratifying to hear the testimonials and success stories from our customers and partners and we encourage as much feedback as possible to continue to improve the customer value that e-SPECS is enabling."

Additional functionality is listed in the e-SPECS v5.0 Release Notes. All new customers and those customers under subscription or maintenance will receive e-SPECS version 5.0 and the new e-SPECS BPM libraries.



InterSpec Releases e-SPECS Version 5.0 with More BIM Integration and Specification Management Functionality


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