The systems are downloadable in the Revit format through the bimstore and Fermacell websites.
The Fermacell BIM components include steel and timber stud partitions, steel and timber wall linings and SFS wall systems, in addition to dry floor screed and steel frame and timber ceilings.
Fermacell’s BIM models provide 3D digital replicas of the products, as well as the critical COBIE data which an architect requires to guide them through the design and construction process.
The 3D images complement the drawings and details that are the legal documents in the design and construction process when the information model is a basis for tenders and proposals.
Commenting on the announcement, Fermacell General Manager Gary Carter said: Fermacell sees BIM as an integral part of the strategy to maximise the construction process from inception through to completed construction.
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