I am a mechanical engineer that has recently moved from piping stress/spec/material role in piping, to the lead piping designer position. I am currently working in the estimate phase, before the estimate is complete I am to conduct an "Equipment Model Review" with the client in the 3D model. I would like input from the fine folks here as to what makes a successful model review, from both the client perspective and the consultants perspective. I understand that the primary purpose is to prove the layout, and receive comments with respect to equipment access, maint., construction, client preference, etc... Can the masses provide me with a general breakdown and overall objectives that lead to a successful design review. After all, the client and I are interested in the same thing, a well designed, ergonomic, profitable project. Any and all input would be greatly appreciated.
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