Cadline is pleased to announce the launch of its next generation building services software MEPworx 2021.

As with its predecessor solution ‘Cymap’ the intention has always been to offer users a fully integrated multi-disciplined engineering program including Mechanical HVAC, Electrical, plumbing and lighting design. MEPworx now takes data interoperability to the next level, for example lighting heat gains can influence thermal room demand calculations and mechanical plants requiring electrical feeds are instantly visible to the electrical engineers. Moreover, the programme features a new intuitive interface to increase productivity whilst ensuring designs are compliant with UK Building Services industry regulations.

Although a standalone application, MEPworx supports BIM workflows by exchanging design drawings and models with Autodesk Revit, allowing building services engineers and architects to work collaboratively.

MEPworx new platform allows for the easy introduction of additional modules, so users can expect to see some exciting new features during the next few months.

Some of the key features available are listed below:

  • HVAC, electrical and lighting design/engineering
  • Built in module for steady state room demand calculations
  • Interfaces with iSBEM
  • Fully compliant with UK regulations
  • Ability to import 2D and 3D models
  • Imports data from Level 5 dynamic thermal simulation software
  • Fully integrates into Revit to auto generate 3D plant geometry
  • Compliant with BIM level 2 workflow

MEPworx has been developed by Cadline’s in-house UK software development team. This team also offers customers extended capability through increased functionality and the delivery of bespoke applications with proven return on investment. From additional functionality through to high performance applications, Cadline offers an iterative, low risk approach ensuring a software solution perfectly aligned to business goals.

Register for a FREE LIVE webinar today to see how MEPworx can help you:

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