FF&E Specification Writing Software

June 11, 2013

Specsources Updates SpecCAD, SpecBIM and SpecAEC Products

ATLANTA, GA – Specsources, Inc., a leading provider of interior design FF&E software, announced today that it has launched a new update of its SpecBIM tool, which is now compatible with Autocad and Revit Architecture 2009-2014.​ All of Specsources’ plug-ins allow for passing of data from the Autocad / Revit drawing into Specsources FF&E spec writing software. Other features have recently been added that allow for better visualization of counts throughout the Autocad and Revit plans, as well as allowing for more item number formats when passing information to our FF&E software. About Specsources​ Specsources, Inc. is located in Atlanta, Georgia. The company provides a complete front to back furniture specification and project collaboration tool for the interior design industry. For additional information on Specsources, Inc., visit their web site at www.specsources.com or call 404-478-7809.
September 21, 2012

Specsources Updates SpecCAD, SpecBIM and SpecAEC Products

ATLANTA, GA – Specsources, Inc., a leading provider of interior design furniture specification software, announced today that it has launched updates of its family of plug-ins. SpecCAD, SpecBIM and SpecAEC tools are all now compatible with Autodesk’s Autocad, Revit and Architecture versions 2009-2013. ​All of Specsources’ plug-ins allow for passing of data from the Autocad drawing into Specsources FF&E spec writing software. ​A flexible grid system allows the user to visualize furniture existing in both Autodesk drawings and in the Specsources’ project, as well as manage counts. Data can also be directly exported to Excel. ​By using the plug-ins, designers no longer have to manually count furniture in their drawing and constantly update their spec book. About Specsources​ Specsources, Inc. is located in Atlanta, Georgia. The company provides a complete front to back furniture specification and project collaboration tool for the interior design industry. For additional information on Specsources, Inc., […]
January 2, 2012

Specsources Updates SpecBIM for 2012

ATLANTA, GA – Specsources, Inc., a leading provider of interior design FF&E software, announced today that it has launched a new update of it’s SpecBIM tool, which is now compatible with Autocad’s Revit Architecture 2009-2012. ​SpecBIM links Revit object parameters to fields within the Specsources V3 Console software application. The Control Number, Area, Location and Qty fields can now either be manually entered for each object within Revit or mapped to existing Revit Parameters. In only moments, an interior design firm can pass large amounts furniture, fixtures and equipment (FF&E) information from the Revit project to Specsources, where the interior designer can then complete their specifications. ​A new flexible grid system allows the user to visualize furniture existing in Revit, Specsources or both as well as manage counts. Data can also be directly exported to Excel.
December 10, 2009

Specsources to Donate Use of Its Furniture Spec Writing Software to GROW Wildlife, Inc.

ATLANTA, GA – Specsources has donated use of its interior design furniture specification software for use by GROW Wildlife, Inc. to aid in development of their new wildlife veterinary hospital to be located just south of Atlanta, Georgia. Specsources has donated use of its interior design furniture specification software for use by GROW Wildlife, Inc. to aid in development of their new wildlife veterinary hospital to be located just south of Atlanta, Georgia. ​The GROW Wildlife Hospital of Georgia will be constructed as a state-of-the-art medical facility seeking platinum level certification from The Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED). The LEED Green Building Rating System was developed by the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) and provides a suite of standards for environmentally sustainable construction. The wildlife hospital will specialize in the treatment of all species of native wildlife including mammals, birds, reptiles, and amphibians that have been injured due […]