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Supreme puts its weight behind BIM

Compatible with most popular digital modelling programmes, the profiles will be free to download from the respected RIBA BIM Library, giving users the reassurance that they have been produced to the highest possible standards; that the formats and information are being constantly updated – and that the profiles are always current.

The new BIM objects will contain links to key product and asset data, ensuring that virtual designers will not only have the latest digital images to feed into their designs, but that they will have all of the back-up technical data and information to hand in a single BIM file, ensuring faster and more precise specifications and changes, with less chance of errors.

The UK’s leading manufacturer of cast concrete structural and fencing systems, Supreme has recently become the first company to be awarded the British Standard Kitemark for its concrete Premium Lintel range, providing users of the new BIM objects with further reassurance that the products they are specifying have been fully tested and approved by the country’s leading independent assessor.

Supreme Sales Director, Tim Wright, said;

“The government has made it clear that they see BIM as key to the future of the construction industry, enabling projects to be completed more efficiently, in less time and with fewer problems. Cast concrete products offer time and cost advantages, and our new BIM profiles mean that the increasing number of digital designers can now take full advantage of our range.”

 

Supreme’s new BIM profiles were available to download from the RIBA Library from the beginning of September.

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