John Mills Electric employs the latest technologies in Electrical Design, as well as talented professionals to design the many projects that we complete each year. We have in-house staff skilled in design tools such as Revit and AutoCad.
Autodesk's Revit Architecture and MEP Engineering Tools provide a method for us to coordinate, design and model electrical systems, and apply workflow and work-sharing strategies to ultimately maximize accuracy and efficiency on the job site.
Information is integrated throughout the Revit (BIM) Model, presenting advanced methods for estimating, documenting and developing an electrical construction project. We can easily explore various scenarios and options, create custom schedules, monitor progress, and in the end, turn concepts into integrated and actionable construction document sets. As we design 3D models, project documents, 2D drawings and 3D perspective views are simultaneously generated.
Additionally, these advanced methods facilitate continuous improvement throughout our construction planning and management processes.
Fundamentally, we build our customers' projects on computers before we build them on the job site. This way, we can insure that devices and system components fit where they are supposed to, and we can generate ultra-accurate build and project plans. Our methods result in efficient schedules and state-of-the-art project completion.