Manufacturing and Installing Directly from Labels

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You’ve Got M.A.I.L.– Join us to learn what M.A.I.L. (Manufacturing And Installation Labels) means to contractors production. STRATUS’ ability to produce intelligent and customizable labels allows all three trades (Mechanical, Electrical & Sheet Metal) to use M.A.I.L. to increase productivity and efficiency. You will leave this workshop with a designed label to move your production forward. 


  • Todd Liebbe


    Todd Liebbe is an accomplished speaker and presenter. His background includes 30 years in the mechanical construction market. After completing his engineering degree at Iowa State University, Todd began his career at QuickPen where he rose through the ranks to became VP of Sales. Todd’s next stop was serving as Vice President at Quote Software, where he continued to find more pain points within the industry.  Upon leaving Quote Software, Todd started Get the Point where he was instrumental in designing the innovative solution for layout which was purchased by Autodesk in 2012 and is now known as Autodesk BIM 360 Point Layout.  These solutions have changed the way the industry does layout.  He now assists Autodesk with the Skilled Trades Program.  As President of GTP Services LLC, Todd has been on the forefront of Estimating, CAD, and Robotic Total Station solutions.  He now wants to help provide a pathway for the Mechanical, Electrical, and Sheet Metal workers in the areas of prefabrication and procurement. His team has developed applications based on Autodesk’s Revit and Forge platforms that revolutionize these workflows.

  • Curtis Watson


    Curtis joined GTP in 2018 as Director of Customer Success, bringing nearly 30 years of AEC industry experience. He gained experience working his way up from an entry level drafter to drafting manager and mechanical designer in the consulting engineering space, over an 8-year period. In 2002, University Mechanical Contractors, Inc. (UMC) welcomed Curtis as a plumbing and piping detailer. Over the next 17 years, he managed the VDC team on numerous high-profile and complex projects in the Seattle area ranging from hospitals, cancer research centers, wastewater treatment plants, high-rise office buildings and district heating plants. Known for his tech savviness, Curtis implemented new technologies and VDC processes that kept his high performing team on the bleeding edge of technology and workflow optimization.

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