Staying in line with guideline requirements means that technology must be able to create computer visuals, collate project related data and make it available to project partners and government bodies.
Hydro-Brake Optimum can achieve up to 15% stormwater storage savings compared to traditional vortex flow controls and can be engineered to optimise the hydraulic response.
The BIM Objects allow for Ancon products to be incorporated into a 3D building model and its component data base.
Causeway Executive Vice President Paul Madeira said: We look forward to working with Q Serve to ensure they gain the maximum benefit from their investment in Causeway.
A government initiative has been set up aiming to incorporate level 2, 3D BIM on all public funded building projects over £5 million by 2016.
Zehnder BIM components are available for a range of radiators, radiant heating, cooling panels and trench heaters.
Additional features: large, easy to read, LCD display, with low battery indication 5 different measurement scales are included wood 1, wood 2, plaster, concrete reference scale, measuring moisture over the range 0.1 to 40.0% supplied in a protective zip wallet general purpose two-pin probe with one metre PVC lead and BNC connector alternative[…]
The government construction strategy has introduced a new scheme demanding all government projects to comply with BIM Level 2 by 2016, enabling costly and time consuming issues to be dealt with before construction begins.
Using the FLIR camera to scan for condensation build-ups allows the user to view moisture which could go undetected and can also be used for inspecting pipe work and detecting roofing problems.
The camera has enabled the council to explain to tenants the reason for the presence of damp and condensation, by providing an in-depth survey of the building in a short period of time.