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Trimble SysQue lets you design with real-world, manufacturing-specific content that’s ready for fabrication – making it easy for detailers and contractors to create precise and accurate project plans that meet an MEP contractors’ detailing, fabrication, manufacturing, and installation requirements.

Discover the advantages of SysQue by reading our infographic below.

Live, Collaborative Modeling

You can have live, collaborative modeling between your detailers with SysQue. Work sharing means no post-collision checks or fixing later.

Automatic Updates

When you edit your model, prefabrication sheets in SysQue are automatically updated. This allows for less rework and a reduction in errors that lead to additional shop or field labor and material waste.

Fewer Files

With SysQue and Revit, you can reduce the number of project files you have to manage for your scope of work.

Automatic Connection

SysQue’s hangers will automatically connect to Revit structural models, achieving more accurate bill of materials for hanger prefabrication.

Millions of Fittings

You have access to millions of manufacturer fittings, increasing your ability to accept the projects you bid on.

All In One

Model the entire project in one file.

One Click

All content includes a one-click link to product data sheets.

Easy Downloads

Download to multiple HVAC duct cutters (FabShop, CAMduct, Vicon)

One Click

All SysQue content includes a one-click link to product data sheets.

Accurate Points

Accurate field layout points are generated from the hangers and sleeves in SysQue.

Multi-Trades & Types

SysQue is the only detailing software with integrated content and workflows that support multiple trades and project types.

With collaboration from beginning to end, you can achieve project collaboration with the added level of detail in Revit, solving the problem of MEP engineers and contractors working in different models. It’s never been easier for designers and contractors to create precise and accurate project plans that meet an MEP contractor’s detailing, fabrication, manufacturing, and installation requirements.