2016-10-27

Finding Style’s BIM Objects now easier than ever

Style Partitions’ BIM objects on the NBS National BIM Library can now be accessed via the home page of Style’s web site.

Making it easier than ever to locate the correct BIM object for a project, architects can select from a range of moveable partitioning wall products on Style’s home page and be taken directly into the relevant part of the National BIM library, without further searches.

Simply click on the blue National BIM library widget and it couldn’t be easier.

“Our aim has always been for our web site to be an essential, and genuinely useful, tool for architects when specifying moveable walls,” said Julian Sargent, Style’s group managing director. “Filled with product details, technical data, CAD drawings and NBS specifications, the feedback we receive is always extremely positive.

“This latest enhancement channels you straight to the relevant part of the NBS National BIM library, adding value to architects and specifiers and saving time.”

Building Information Modelling (BIM) describes the collaborative approach to construction projects via the use of a digital model. It ensures all team members work to the same standards, providing easily accessible data on every component to integrate design and lifecycle management.

The NBS National BIM Library is the primary source of high quality BIM objects in the UK and the only one to link directly to the market leading NBS specification software. NBS authored BIM objects can be used with the confidence that they are consistent with the industry standard as they ensure that data is complete and in the correct format to allow full collaboration and information exchange throughout a project.

Style is the multi-award winning, market leader in moveable partitioning walls and operates through 5 regional offices, evenly spread across the UK to ensure advice and support is never too far away. Style’s BIM files on the NBS National BIM Library provide customers with up-to-date, reliable and precise product data for the planning, construction and management of buildings.

BIM offers enormous improvements when it comes to saving time and money. It increases the accuracy of estimations, reworks, alterations and the avoidance of error due to the loss of information. Architects, specifiers, contractors and end-user clients wishing to understand the impact of BIM, and the action they need to take, can enjoy free advice by contacting their nearest Style office.