We provide a range of free guides, ebooks, tools and other resources for both specifiers and building product marketers.
Keeping building designs & projects in line with the correct legislation is a time consuming & challenging task.
So we've tried to make your life a bit easier by converting all of the current Building Regulations Approved Documents into a much more user-friendly web format. This makes the information you need more accessible & you can even link to specific sections.
There’s a strong argument that the marketing benefits of BIM actually provide the more important discussion for building product manufacturers when it comes to deciding whether or not to go ahead and get ‘BIM ready’.
In this guide we look at the key aspects of BIM that you, the savvy digital marketer, need to know about, including the benefits to the marketing team and how to get started.
The next update of the Building Regulations 2010 for England and Wales is upon us, and this time it is Part L, and the conservation of fuel and power.
This handy guide will attempt to break it down to what you need to know, why you need to know it, how to go about finding out more, and why you’re doing all this in the first place.
The BIM dictionary provides a simple, but very useful, A-Z breakdown of commonly used terminology used in Building Information Modeling.
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