IG Masonry Support makes specifying easier than ever

  • 31 Jul 2019

IG Masonry Support has made a significant investment enabling architects and specifiers to access its full range of masonry support products easier than ever before.

IG Masonry Support’s products are now available within the National Building Specification’s centralized NBS BIM and NBS Plus libraries.

Dedicated to delivering intelligent engineering with offsite craftsmanship, IG Masonry Support are
renowned for creating the illusion of floating soffits of brickwork with hidden structural steel.

Scott Denham, Sales Director at IG Masonry Support states: “Featuring our products on NBS will
make it easier for both existing and new customers to access technical information to specify our
products, as well as download high-quality BIM objects enabling integration with building design
models”.

Visit the IG Masonry Support website

View the IGMS Signature Projects brochure

View the IGMS product brochure

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