Allgood Modric Washroom BIM objects are now available on the NBS National BIM Library, including recessed washroom panels, surface mounted hand dryers and a range of accessories.
The NBS makes it easy for users to find and download BIM objects and allows users to drag and drop objects into their NBS specification via a downloadable plug-in tool.
The Modric range is made from marine grade 316 stainless steel and manufactured in the UK with attention to detail.
The new objects are available in Revit 2015 and IFC, and meet the internationally recognised NBS BIM Object standard.
Franz Lorensfchitz, Marketing Manager at Allgood said: “BIM is shaping the future of construction and the UK’s architectural sector. By offering access to our Modric Washroom range on the UK’s fastest growing BIM library, we hope to meet the evolving digital needs of architects and designers embracing the digital design era.”
You can download Allgood’s BIM objects here.
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