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SMET Building Product Ltd chooses NBS and the National BIM Library

April 2013

SMET Building Products Ltd has launched their own proprietary BIM objects on the NBS National BIM Library.

Dedicated to delivering the leading names in building products, SMET Building Products Ltd, joins a number of other manufactures who've already launched their objects, including Kalzip Ltd, Triton Systems, Jacksons Fencing, Knauf AMF Ceilings Ltd and Kingspan. You can view SMET Building Product Ltd's objects here externallink.

The NBS National BIM Library has been established to allow not only more accurate specification, costings and quantities, but also better facilities management information for future maintenance, with objects made available in the four main software formats (ArchiCAD, Revit, Vectorworks and Bentley), and also in the Industry Foundation Classes (IFC) format.