Building Services Engineering
With a key role in designing solutions that make buildings safe, comfortable, energy efficient and cost effective to operate so it is essential that your designs meet the latest regulations and are supported by robust project documentation.
Our in house M&E engineers stay on top of advanced technologies and low carbon design techniques to ensure our building services tools support you across your full range of projects including commercial, industrial, health care, leisure, retro fit and new build. Our specialist information and guidance is kept up to date in our range of intuitive, connected tools and services that fit with your working practices. We enable you to make informed project decisions collaboratively and more efficiently freeing you up to focus on delivering outstanding projects, which meet BIM level 2 requirements.
With NBS Create you can produce professional outline, performance and full specifications with architecture, structural, building services and landscape content more efficiently. NBS Create is an essential tool for BIM projects.
The Construction Information Service (CIS) is a comprehensive online collection of over 28,000 construction related standards, regulations, technical advice and articles from 500+ publishers.
The NBS BIM Toolkit is a free-to-use BIM project management tool that provides step-by-step help to define, manage and validate responsibility for information development and delivery at each stage of the asset lifecycle in Level 2 BIM projects.
The UK’s fastest-growing library of digital product information with thousands of quality manufacturer’s BIM objects meeting the internationally recognised NBS BIM Object Standard.
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Working with the government, institutes, and construction professionals we provide the research, knowledge, processes and tools you need to reap the benefits of BIM.
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