Mechanical, Electrical, & Plumbing (MEP) Construction App
Track what matters most in MEP construction like component inspections, maintenance requirements, word orders, and more
A major part of construction is MEP or mechanical, electrical and plumbing. MEP requires more coordination, inspections and maintenance than any other phase of construction projects. Most of these items contain moving or mechanical components that have detailed maintenance requirements, checklists and operating manuals. Keeping track of location, warranties, and maintenance requirements is time consuming and difficult to manage. Architects and engineers often spend dozens of hours on each project assembling the manufacturing information. This information will most likely be placed into a binder and filed away by a facilities manager or in-house engineer, making it cumbersome to access for future reference.
Slate Pages is the best tool for tracking & managing M.E.P. equipment. Here’s how it works:
Manage MEP construction with the Slate Pages app
Instead of gathering and filing all of this information away, use the Slate Pages app to:
- Commission mechanical, electrical & plumbing installation or inspections for:
- Water tanks
- Steam stations
- Electrical panels – breaker identification
- Water heaters
- Space heaters
- Automatic door stations
- Tools and equipment
- And more
- Attach warranty expiration dates and information to the asset
- Document install dates and install technician names
- Digitize logs, checklists and inspection tasks
Make this valuable MEP information easy to access, update, & manage
New construction or renovation architects and engineers create complex designs of assets and pieces of equipment. Each piece of equipment has detailed specifications per manufacturer and model, but also installation and maintenance instructions in the years to come. MEP Maintenance is absolutely critical to keep facilities operational. Every pump, motor and asset is an integral part of the building operations. Although some assets are more critical than others, the smallest of failures can cause havoc in a production or office building.
How Slate Pages helps you manage MEP information
Your business probably has a number of electrical panels in your facility. Maybe you are an electrical contractor installing a new service panel in a customer’s building. Contractors and maintenance personnel historically use pen and sharpie to identify the feed locations of each breaker. This outdated & imperfect technique has been used for 100 years. Here is how we bring electricity into the 21st century and improve the process with Slate Pages:
- Place a QR code sticker (Slate) on the inside of the electrical panel.
- Upload a slate breaker box template onto the QR Code that includes fields such as:
- Breaker Box Number
- Breaker Box Location
- Individual Breaker:
- Feed Location
- Assets energized
- Photo fields
- Contact information for asset disruption
- Comments and Maintenance Notes
Now you can easily store, access & manage all of this information from your smartphone or computer using the Slate Dashboard.