UK-based Amtech transitions to Trimble brand

As part of its ongoing commitment to meet the increasingly sophisticated technology requirements of the construction market, Trimble has announced the transition of UK-based Amtech to the Trimble brand. Trimble acquired Amtech in November 2014 to expand its presence and portfolio of complete workflow solutions for the Mechanical, Electrical and Plumbing (MEP) construction and engineering industries in Europe.

Trimble’s focus for the construction and engineering community is on the deployment of integrated solutions—from initial engineering and bidding projects to construction and project completion. Trimble’s Design-Build-Operate (DBO) vision extends the concept from estimating and design to project management and field solutions for installation. The result is a more efficient and accurate project, enabled through enhanced collaboration between trades, which are interconnected through the use of office and field tools.

The integration of Amtech’s software solutions with Trimble’s office and field solutions enables a compelling set of dedicated MEP workflows and productivity solutions for MEP contractors and engineers.

‘Amtech’s transition to the Trimble brand is a significant step along our path to becoming the industry’s leading provider of complete workflow solutions for MEP engineering and construction professionals,’ said Pat Bohle, general manager of Trimble’s MEP Division. ‘Together with Trimble’s BIM solutions, expertise for MEP field layout and project lifecycle management we will continue to provide clients the best of both businesses to meet the diverse and developing needs of the industry in Europe.’

For further information visit www.trimble.com

 

 

 

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