ASSA ABLOY UK Specification, a UK division of ASSA ABLOY, has appointed a new Building Information Modelling (BIM) Manager.
Eric Spooner was previously an Openings Studio Consultant for ASSA ABLOY Doors Security Solutions, providing training on the use of Openings Studio software, the company’s BIM-enabled product specification tool.
As BIM Manager, Eric will be responsible for establishing a UK user base for Openings Studio and building his own team of Openings Studio consultants. In addition, Eric will offer technical support to the ASSA ABLOY Specification team, and integrate Openings Studio with Revit BIM software.
Eric explains: “BIM is the future of construction and architecture, and Openings Studio delivers huge design, specification, delivery and asset management improvements in an efficient and cost-effective fashion. My new role is critical to the success of this in the UK, and I’m looking forward to the challenge.”
Openings Studio provides product information and performance data to comply with all budgets and building regulations. Its 3D views guarantee full design integration, streamlining the specification process and reducing costs throughout the project lifecycle.
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