Building services BIM design and validation is simplified with a new facility from Britain’s leading independent air movement specialist Gilberts Blackpool.
The company has invested significant time and effort to ensure Revit files, for its entire range of most popular grilles, diffusers and louvres, are now accessible.
The catalogue is available for free download upon registration via its dedicated BIM portal, which can be found on Gilberts’ website.
Ian Rogers, Gilberts Sales Director, commented: “Every one of our popular standard ranges is now included on the portal. We will continue to build on the core base, and, if there are specific requests, we have the internal capability and capacity to upload the relevant files within 48 hours.
“All our files are fully compliant with the BIM ISO19650 launched last year. Thus building services consultant, designers and contractors can validate their designs, and adjust if necessary, based around our products before a brick is laid.”
Gilberts of Blackpool,
Phone: 01253 766911
Fax: 01253 767941
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