BBA BIM Object Assurance

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Introducing a brand new service from the UK’s leading certification body

Last week the British Board of Agrément announced that they had launched a new data verification service that will provide specifiers and architects in the Building and Construction industry with greater peace of mind when using BIM objects in their building models.

We’re pleased to let you know that as part of this new great new service bimstore has partnered with the BBA to provide BIM object development to their clients at the initial stages of BIM adoption.

bimstore has partnered with the BBA to provide BIM object development to their clients at the initial stages of BIM adoption.

Specifiers can now look out for the BBA BIM assured logo on BIM objects - which will indicate that the product’s specification details included in the object have been independently verified to make sure that they match the quality of those on the manufacturer’s BBA Agrément Certificate.“Today’s announcement is another clear step in our journey to improve our service offer to our clients,” said Claire Curtis-Thomas, BAA Chief Executive. “With the BBA BIM Object Assurance scheme, we expand our strong product certification offer to the early stages of building design and modeling. The combination of our data verification services and bimstore’s development and hosting capabilities allows us to provide one of the most solid BIM object value propositions on the market.”

The new service has been devised to benefit specifiers and manufacturers alike. It minimises the frustrations experienced by specifiers and modellers who often discover late into the project that the product information on their virtual object does not match up with its equivalent in real life. For manufacturers it helps demonstrate their engagement by providing quality BIM objects that have undergone a rigorous third-party verification process. You can find out more about BBA’s BIM Object Assurance on the video below.

Content, Sorted!

Are you a BBA Agrément Certificate holder wanting to take the first steps towards BIM?

BBA and bimstore will work together so that clients who don’t already have BIM Objects for their products can now have them created at their initial stages of BIM adoption, before their product’s specification details are validated for BBA BIM Assurance.

bimstore is the UK’s original BIM object library. Developed by specifiers for specifiers, we create and host high-quality manufacturer specific BIM content, making it easy to browse and download the world’s best collection of BIM components.

Don’t just take our word for it when we say we know a thing or two about BIM. Why not take a look at our case studies and testimonials to see how we have helped manufacturers, both big and small; get ready for BIM - with the highest quality BIM objects out there! If you need help with your BIM objects and content creation, then why not get in touch with the bimstore team today.

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