Celuform has joined the Building Information Modelling Store, which includes digital descriptions of every aspect of selected products in the Celuform range.
Joining forces with BIM will make it easier for specifiers to coordinate different aspects of a project.
Owen Thorogood, sales and marketing director for Celuform, said: “Including Celuform soffit and fascia products on BIM Store will make it easier for our customers to manage their projects from end to end.”
You can view the whole range of Celuform content on the BIM Store here.
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