BIM objects for Big Foot Systems

Published:  08 May, 2014

Big Foot, roof support, BIM objects

Big Foot Systems’ rooftop support structures for building services have been added to the NBS National Building Information Modelling (BIM) library and can be downloaded. The company’s light-duty and heavy-duty ranges of free-standing frameworks systems are in the library, as are its Safe Access Systems.

The addition of Big Foot’s products to the NBS BIM library follows the announcement that a significant number of generic M&E BIM objects are being issued to enable specifiers to visualise designs and their implications at design stage. These generic objects can easily be replaced by proprietary objects.



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