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Armstrong Ceilings’ BIM files available in 12 languages

  • 30 Jun 2017

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Armstrong Ceiling Solutions BIM objects in Europe, the Middle East and Africa are now available for specifiers, designers, BIM managers and contractors to download in multiple languages on BIMobject.com.

The manufacturer has re-launched its BIM offer through the global portal www.bimobject.com to reflect its truly international reach.

The BIM objects contain detailed product specification and information text as well as links to Armstrong product datasheets and are available in 12 different languages. The files cover almost 300 individual items within 29 product lines, including the Cradle to Cradle certified Perla and Ultima+ ranges and the Dune range.

The Armstrong Ceilings EMEA files are available to download in ArchiCAD and Revit. You can view videos on how to access Armstrong BIM objects on Revit and ArchiCAD.

Armstrong’s commercial technical manager EMEA Rob Gardiner said: “Having our BIM objects more easily accessible for all our customers, wherever they are in the world, and in both ArchiCAD and Revit makes it easier for our customers to design and specify projects with Armstrong ceiling systems using BIM.”

Contact:

Armstrong World Industries Limited
Harman House,
2nd Floor,
1 George Street,
Uxbridge UB8 1QQ
0800 371849

email: Sales-support@armstrong.com  

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