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STRUCTURAL ELEMENTS; EXTERNAL ENVELOPE


Simpson launches BIM Library


Leading construction connector manufacturer Simpson Strong-Tie is pleased to announce that a wide range of high quality Building Information Modelling (BIM) content is now freely available for download from its website. Hundreds of 2D & 3D Revit files containing item codes, dimensions and links to the product web pages have been added to our already extensive CAD library, providing the data you need for our timber, masonry and steel connectors in an easy to use format. Ian Harrison, European Technical Director for Simpson Strong-Tie says, “With Building Information Modelling set to shape the future of construction, we’ve made it a priority to ensure we meet our customers’ BIM requirements. Our Revit files are compatible with a range of CAD software packages, making it really simple for specifiers and construction professionals to include our extensive range of connectors in their 3D building models.” BIM Revit files can be found in the resources on the website.


01827 155600 www.strongtie.co.uk Out with the 70s brown in with contemporary Technal


Bringing a tired 1970s landmark office building back to life, architectural aluminium systems from Technal have been installed at Nine Bond Court in Leeds to create the high specification and contemporary exterior this prestigious commercial address deserves. Constructed, in its day, to a very high standard, the Tudor brick and Baltic Brown granite external envelope, coupled with original bronze-coloured glazing and brown back painted spandrel panels, epitomised the design of this controversial architectural era. The new facade features Technal’s MX Visible Grid curtain wall system to create floor to ceiling glazing, maximising natural daylight and giving the building that much-needed contemporary look. To rebalance the building, make the entrance more prominent aesthetically and to improve accessibility, the base of the building has been reconfigured too. Technal’s MX curtain walling and automated double CD commercial doors with an additional single exit door were installed to ground and first floor level adjacent to the building's reception area, creating an impressive double height entrance with mullions spanning 7m in height.


01924 232 323 www.technal.co.uk


Custom skylights create uplifting spaces


With Em-Glaze bespoke rooflights, you’ll bathe interiors in natural light proven to lift emotional, mental and physical health, and increase motivation, performance and productivity.


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ADF MARCH 2017


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