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    Quote Originally Posted by mhoard View Post
    Side note my wife is from just south of Coeur d Alene, from Plummer. She is heading that way next week for her sisters wedding.
    Yep...been there. That is the start of the Trail of the Coeur d'Alenes, a bike path from Plummer to Mullan, ID...75 miles.

    It's also where pretty much everyone buys their illegal fireworks since Plummer is on the Reservation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MPwuzhere View Post
    Yep...been there. That is the start of the Trail of the Coeur d'Alenes, a bike path from Plummer to Mullan, ID...75 miles.

    It's also where pretty much everyone buys their illegal fireworks since Plummer is on the Reservation.
    Yes and as far as reservations go that I've been on it isn't bad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MPwuzhere View Post
    Yep...been there. That is the start of the Trail of the Coeur d'Alenes, a bike path from Plummer to Mullan, ID...75 miles.

    It's also where pretty much everyone buys their illegal fireworks since Plummer is on the Reservation.

    So update on my prefab project. It probably would have worked out fine but I went out there this week and they made changes to the layout after we had already fabbed everything. They added in extra valves, put a pad under a piece of equipment that we don't, left a storage tank in that was coming out so had to move the electrical panel. I had pipe running right over where the panel is now. I was told that I had errors with how I modeled things but wasn't told about the changes to the room layout. Its not my fault if things don't match up when they made changes that affect my model layout.
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    Yeah, it's always fun working with other disciplines. I was questioned on a louver and a window that nobody in structural seemed to know about...It was in the architectural model since I started working on it. So it took them over a month to notice.
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    Here's a side-by-side from a current project. SysQue was used for piping and duct. MAJs were created from the SysQue duct model and sent to the shop for fabrication. EZ-Iso was used for piping documentation beyond the plans. I'll be presenting this project (and a Shared Parameters discussion) at the Trimble Converge user group in Nashville, TN next month.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TFuller View Post
    Here's a side-by-side from a current project. SysQue was used for piping and duct. MAJs were created from the SysQue duct model and sent to the shop for fabrication. EZ-Iso was used for piping documentation beyond the plans. I'll be presenting this project (and a Shared Parameters discussion) at the Trimble Converge user group in Nashville, TN next month.
    That looks great. I am not at that point yet but that is the goal of my position.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TFuller View Post
    Here's a side-by-side from a current project. SysQue was used for piping and duct. MAJs were created from the SysQue duct model and sent to the shop for fabrication. EZ-Iso was used for piping documentation beyond the plans. I'll be presenting this project (and a Shared Parameters discussion) at the Trimble Converge user group in Nashville, TN next month.

    Good stuff. If you ever want to move to Texas and work for me, let me know. Got a desk waiting on you right now.

    -TZ
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    Thank you both for the compliments. One thing I must say about a truly efficient fabrication workflow for duct is that from the very beginning, you better have your spec down and stick to it and you better monitor your digital execution with eagle-eyed scrutiny. You can't even once drop the ball.
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