Imperial Bricks

Imperial Bricks becomes NBS member

  • 29 Nov 2017

Imperial Bricks has announced it is now a member of NBS Plus, the library of technical product information available through RIBA.

The UK’s leading suppliers of traditional handmade, wirecut and pressed bricks now has technical specification data live, which can be quickly accessed by architects and other professional in the construction industry using specification software.

As well as this, Imperial will be contributing to the NBS National BIM library, the award-winning collection of BIM objects.

Imperial Bricks sets out to make brick selection as simple as possible; architects and specifiers can benefit from Imperial’s free RIBA approved CPD seminar, Revolutionising Restoration, which forms part of the RIBA CPD Core Curriculum.

This offers practical guidance on choosing the best brick for renovation, extension and new build projects.

Alongside this, there is a free Brick Matcher app, enabling somebody to source the right style, size, colour and texture for a project.

Contact:

Imperial Bricks Ltd
Crowgreaves Farm
Stableford
Bridgnorth
Shropshire
WV15 5LT

e: [email protected]
t: 01746 330994

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