Alutec experts will offer visitors technical help and practical advice on general or project specific questions including details from case studies from across public and private sectors.
Architects and specifiers can also further their professional development by attending its RIBA accredited CPD seminar.
With only one year until BIM becomes mandatory on government-funded projects in 2016, Alutec will also be promoting its comprehensive range of BIM components.
Details of the 3D modelling program and, in particular, designing associated rainwater systems, can take the chance to talk to Alutec’s technical team who will explain the process and provide examples.
Steve Laming, Brand Director at Alutec: ñFollowing our success at last year’s event, we’re looking forward to sharing the full extent of our expertise and knowledge at Ecobuild 2015. We have some fantastic products in our range but our service offering reaches so much further and a large part of our value comes from what we can offer customers in the design and specification processes.î
Alutec provide innovative aluminium rainwater and eaves drainage solutions and offers a full turnkey service including technical support, design, BIM and field support.
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