ASSA ABLOY UK Specification launches BIM-enabled tools to simplify specification

ASSA ABLOY UK Specification, a UK division of ASSA ABLOY, has just announced the launch of 3D, BIM-enabled tools to simplify door and hardware specification for access control.

Openings Studio – a BIM-enabled product specification tool – and BIM Door Solutions, a selection of BIM-ready openings packages, help streamline the specification process, as well as reducing costs throughout the project lifecycle.

Suitable for all building projects and applications, the software provides product information and performance data to comply with budgets and ensure the Building Rgulations are adhered to, while 3D views guarantee full design integration. Not only this, but data is available in multiple formats to ensure easy collaboration with all stakeholders.

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Tim Checketts, UK Specification director, said: “Whether customers choose ready-made BIM Door Solutions packages or a tailored solution through Openings Studio, both tools are designed to simplify specification and add value at every stage, from design right through to construction and beyond.”

Checketts added: “BIM is changing the building landscape, bringing with it improvements in design, specification, delivery and asset management. Our tools give our partners more time to focus on what they do best, creating high quality, sustainable buildings both more efficiently and cost-effectively.”

*For more information about Openings Studio and BIM Door Solutions visit www.assaabloy.co.uk/bim

**For more information about UK Specification visit: www.assaabloy.co.uk/bim

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