In the short video that is embedded below, Marley Eternit shows the online BIM of the company and also, reveals the Autodesk Revit files which are available for the range of clay plain tiles. The video also demonstrates how these can be applied in accordance with user’s customized designs.
This BIM, technically, is all about the process that involves the creation as well as management of digital designs of physical functional properties of various places. These are generally files which are created in often proprietary standards which can be exchanged over various networks to promote decision making process about various places like water, sewers, and electricity, gas as well as communication utilities.
The latest report of NBS National BIM tells that almost 54 % of professionals in construction field have applied the BIM, or Building information modelling in at least one project the past year, which is approximately 15% more than in 2013 as well as 40% more than in 2010. The BIM software is used by individuals, government agencies and organizations that are into planning, designing, constructing, operating and maintaining diverse physical places. By 2016, it is anticipated that more than 93% of those who were surveyed would be using it.
Marley Eternit marketing product manager Sarah Jackson said: “As the first UK manufacturer to launch a range of BIM objects for clay plain tiles, we wanted to do more than just make the files available. The process of using BIM can be daunting and we wanted to make it easier.”