What’s the best part of working at Pro-Craft for Randy Butler? The people!
“Our team is of the highest quality personnel putting out the best product in Southern California!” Randy said.
When asked if he believed Pro-Craft to be a company in which someone could start at the bottom and work their way to the top, his answer was short and sweet.
“For sure!” Randy said. “The sky’s the limit!”
The sky’s the limit for Pro-Craft as a company too, in 5 years, Randy sees them as the leader in Southern California’s non-union plumbing marketplace.
As far as Pro-Craft’s technological advancements, Randy feels incredibly lucky to be a leader in the company and to help grow the design and fabrication into a business second to none.
“I am amazed at the level of project design development along with the prefabrication process and the product that we have been able to produce in such a short period of time,” Randy said.
One of the biggest advancements Pro-Craft has seen so far has been the incorporation of BIM or Building Scanning into their regular processes.
“It’s awesome!” Randy said. “The BIM process for our projects has helped our office and field staff tremendously in seeing problems well in advance.”
The Pro-Craft team has been able to utilize BIM technology to design and coordinate with the other MEP trades along with the building structural elements like never before.
A specific type of BIM technology used in the field allows the team to fly through a 3D model and understand what their field staff is building. The scanning process has helped them in capturing existing conditions and being able to bring that information back into the office to match up with Revit 3D models. This process assures accuracy prior to designing their state-of-the-art plumbing systems.
“Our scanning process also helps us with confirming accuracy after installation with any issues of clashing should they ever arise,” Randy said.