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Kalzip is BIM ready!

Kalzip has produced a set of freely downloadable Building Information Modelling (BIM) objects to provide specifiers with a standard range of Kalzip system build ups.  This initial family of intelligent objects has been produced using Autodesk’s Revit, and comes complete with supporting documentation including; NBS specifications, a user guide and comprehensive technical details providing construction professionals with a complete BIM ready solution.

Already operating at Maturity Level 2 and meeting the Government’s Construction Strategy requirements for 2016, Kalzip offers a technical design service via a team that is not only able to provide unrivalled levels of advice and support, but which also has a solid background and extensive experience in the design of complex projects and the collaborative methods of working synonymously with BIM techniques.

The Kalzip design team is well equipped to fully support and advise about the application of all Kalzip systems and products and has the sound knowledge and experience to tailor any bespoke solution to meet exacting specification criteria for the most demanding projects.  Kalzip continues to pioneer, develop and invest in this area of design and technology and is currently working on the next stages of BIM requirements.

To download the Kalzip BIM family and supporting documents or to register for future BIM updates, please visit the website, or alternatively, to discuss bespoke requirements or learn more about the design service, please contact us via for further information.

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