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Transforming design and construction.
Trimble
Trimble needs a solution to enable better collaboration and communication between coworkers remotely, instead of using paper / 2D to communicate with each other about 3D designs.
Keeping an Airport Expansion on Time
Trimble
BUCG was hired as the general contractor for a massive $440 million (US dollars) expansion and land reclamation effort for the Maldives Airport. BUCG turned to Trimble to help improve the safety and productivity of the personnel on the job, optimize operations and complete the project on time and within budget.
Digging Deeper Into the Connected Jobsite
Trimble
Streamline digital connections between people, processes, and equipment.Today, this pioneering company continues to lead the way in both talent and modern technology deployment to deliver some of the industry’s most complex projects. With over more than 30 3D machine control systems that are used on dozers, excavators, motor graders, and skid steers; 30 rovers and total stations; and 50-plus base stations, the company maintains one of the largest technology-enabled fleets in the Upper Midwest. 
Grows With Innovative Access
Trimble
While business relationships were important, Donnie Dillon’s fleet reached a point where he could no longer remember every truck driver’s name or every truck. Growing at an exponential rate, Dillon Transportation needed a more sophisticated way of storing its information about drivers and loads. The company needed a way for employees to access the specifics of each and every trip that Donnie Dillion had previously kept in his head. It was time to explore the benefits of securing a transportation management system.
Better Managed Critical Water and Environmental Data
Trimble
Utilities face growing challenges. Those challenges include environmental compliance, climate variability, aging infrastructure networks, financial shortages, and labor efficiencies are the uppermost concerns of water, wastewater, and stormwater utilities. Mitigating those concerns is accomplished through incorporating technology that improves productivity, quality, safety, reliability, and sustainability.As with many utilities, SFPUC is tasked with monitoring a variety of factors. Its environmental monitoring program is driven by regulatory compliance, calibration of the city-wide hydraulic and hydrologic (H&H) model, the establishment of repair and rehabilitation prioritization, and real-time operational decision support. Other factors include an early warning from collection system to plant operations, pre-development monitoring for upgrades, and forensic analysis of wet-weather and storm effects.
Transforms Business and Streamlines Workflows
Trimble
Until recently, Termotex S.A. has always needed both a project engineer and a quality control inspector on-site to help coordinate crews, decipher blueprints, check the 2D blueprints, and match them to the 3D construction at the site. Even so, this was often not enough to avoid the mistakes and clashes that resulted from incorrect or outdated information. To help overcome this challenge, the company started creating BIM designs themselves and switched to tablets instead of paper blueprints on the job site, which helped avoid some mistakes.

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