This white paper, written by our Principal for Trimble MEP and their NES users, discusses how computer technology-based systems, such as those for Communications, Security, IT, AV and Non-Security Alarms, should be specified in construction project specifications, and integrated into the project.
Technological systems may represent a significant capital investment, both initially and through its life, and this paper outlines the key areas that should be considered to ensure the project is a success, and the technology delivered meets its initial needs and fulfills its investment criteria. These key areas are: Design Life and Obsolescence; Technology Project Management Integration, and Security.
The paper closes with an insightful commentary on how Trimble NES clauses are used to develop specifications for a range of premises.
Download the paper here: **link available soon**