BIM-integrated fabricated building solutions website up for Award

  • 28 Nov 2013

All low surface temperature radiator and architectural Aluminium solutions offered by building product manufacturer Contour Casings, can be downloaded as parametric, data-rich and fully-renderable BIM objects.

All objects can be directly imported into a building model, allowing the user to identify, create and specify a precise solution, quickly and with confidence.

Traditional CAD documents, in a range of file formats are also hosted alongside the BIM “Quick Link” buttons on each product page, supporting the industry during the transition period across to BIM.

Vibrant case studies rotate through each page to show Contour’s fabricated solutions in application and give designers inspiration for future projects.

The awards take place on 5th December at the Radisson Blu Portman Hotel in London. The judging panel comprises of a number of leading professionals from the built environment and marketing sectors.

Contour Casings,
Stafford Park 15,
Telford,
Shropshire,
TF3 3BB,
UK

Phone: 01952 290 498
Fax: 01952 210 261

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