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MATERIALS 2017 SHOW PREVIEW; NATURAL STONE SHOW PREVIEW; PLANNING & DESIGN


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BIM Level 2 – Are you in the 90 per cent that believes the industry is not ready?


sector building projects to be BIM Level 2 compliant, which represents a significant milestone on the journey towards the digital- isation of the built environment. However, despite BIM being very much the industry ‘buzzword’ many people still do not fully understand BIM, its capabilities or where we are on the roadmap towards Level 3.


B Bauder and bespoke BIM


At Bauder we fully acknowledge these chal- lenges, which is why we actively support our clients and suppliers with the development of their own BIM knowledge and objects, as we realise that this can only be beneficial for everyone involved. Last year we extended our BIM offering


with the launch of 19 new generic water- proofing system objects and we can now also provide totally bespoke objects, which incor-


porate full model data in COBie format and can be accessed in many of the other popular software programmes, such as Vectorworks and Bentley, via a plug in. In fact, our ever- evolving BIM object library now includes well over 100 models for our single ply waterproofing systems alone, covering every possible build-up permutation. In order to receive a bespoke object and the associated guarantee you will need to register your


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ack in April last year the UK govern- ment’s BIM mandate came into force, requiring all centrally procured public


project with us so that we can in turn provide you with the required technical support to ensure that the object is most suitable to meet the exact requirements of your building. An example of this is providing project specific wind uplift calculations, as they can obvi- ously differ significantly based on a building’s location and surrounding environment.


Future of BIM


Realising all of the benefits of BIM may not quite be on the horizon, but with the way that the industry is now wanting its data BIM clearly represents the future of how people will be constructing buildings, and it may well get to a point where if you cannot provide data in the required format you simply will not be able to trade. For more information on BIM and


to download your free objects now visit the website.


01473 257671 www.bauder.co.uk


More than 60 new colours and finishes


CRL Stone will be unveiling its new ranges of quartz and porcelain surfaces at The Natural Stone Show. CRL Quartz is a highly durable engineered quartz stone, available in 32 colours, with a polished finish and in thicknesses of 20mm and 30mm. The extra-large slabs measure up to 3200 x 1650mm. Enabling designers and architects to respond to interior trends while meeting the demands of modern living, CRL Quartz is non-porous, stain, scratch, heat and shock resistant. Ceralsio porcelain is available in 27 colours and three thicknesses – 12mm for a slim worktop, 10mm for floor tiling and 6mm for wall cladding. With its many benefits including a strong resistance to wear and tear, scratch, stain and ultra-violet, Ceralsio is suitable for interior and exte- rior use. A highlight of the CRL Stone stand AA1 will be numerous large samples such as Ceralsio Calacatta Gris and Marquina, as well as two architect’s desk presenting both full collections.


00800 0421 6144 www.crlstone.co.uk NATURAL STONE SHOW STAND AA1


Brick problems solved for architects


Experts on Imperial Bricks’ stand 3/4 at Materials 2017 will help architects, specifiers and developers choose the right bricks for reno- vation, extension and new build. Imperial Bricks offers the widest range of traditional handmade, wirecut, pressed and reclamation bricks and slips available from a single supplier in the UK. Its full range of 35 bricks will be on display with special show discounts and free samples. Complementary products on display will include Limetec hydraulic lime mortar, a ‘must’ for traditional handmade bricks, available in regional shades to suit any project. In addition, brick tinting solutions from Bebbingtons will showcase the possibili- ties of bespoke weathering and its suitability for matching new bricks with old ones. Brick experts will available on the stand to help archi- tects and developers with common problems and issues, for example sourcing the correct materials for conservation areas or on Listed buildings that require imperial-sized bricks.


01952 750816 www.imperialbricks.co.uk MATERIALS 2017 EXHIBITOR


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