By 2016 all public government buildings must comply with a mandatory regulation enforcing the use of collaborative 3D electronic models for all projects. The new software model is called Building Information Modelling (BIM) and has been developed to support architects to ensure all future developments comply with the regulations.
Stelrad has invested in several core ranges designed in the format for Building Information Model (BIM) with the aim of becoming a shared knowledge resources for architects, contractors, designers and engineers to support decision-making about a facility from earliest conceptual stages, through design and construction, through its operational life and eventual demolition.
Stelrad will continue to invest heavily in turning specification and product information into digital objects in anticipation of the wide-spread adoption of BIM. Specifying Stelrad has never been so easy, simply select the product, drag into your document and drop.
To watch our BIM demonstration video, click here.
BIM components are correct at the time of download. Please check our website again when specifying.
Download one of Stelrad’s BIM objects before the 30th November to be in with the chance of winning a signed Newcastle Falcons shirt.
To be included in the competition, email Marketing@stelrad.com with a screen shot of the BIM downloaded with your details by Friday 30th November, the winner will be contacted W/C 3rd December.
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