New system for architects by AustinMohawk

The web-based system, Point Click Specify, makes it easy for architects to specify pre-manufactured buildings and shelters.
Pre-manufactured buildings are not an everyday component to most projects, so few outside the industry are fluent in their specs. Austin Mohawk is changing that with Point Click Specify, a web-based system designed to give architects an efficient method to specify custom pre-manufactured buildings (CSI 13129) and shelters (CSI 02875) in their construction design projects.
As a simple web-based spec service, this unique online system makes it considerably easier to include pre-manufactured building and shelter specs in project designs. It provides architects with access to structures that haven't always been so available in the past.
The Point Click Specify system is the first of its kind in the pre-manufactured building industry, allowing architects to quickly and easily populate spec sheets and develop custom CSI-quality downloadable specs and drawings online. The system provides drawings in 7 different popular CAD systems, including VectorWorks, MicroStation, Bricscad and Revit, covering 97 percent of all CAD operators' requirements.
"If a pre-manufactured building has a value of 15,000 dollars and the cost of installation and site work is 20,000 dollar, architects simply can't afford to spend much time designing the structure," Austin Mohawk President John Millet said. "The Point Click Specify system makes it easy for them to get the custom solution they need without the large time commitment required in designing it themselves."
According to Millet, the system was designed to be simple enough so that even users who only use it on occasion can still quickly and succesfully complete the spec process.
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