EVC System BIM Objects Announced by UK Manufacturer
Baldwin Boxall has announced the availability of BIM objects for their two Emergency Voice Communication (EVC) systems – Omnicare and CARE2. The drawings are freely available from the company to anyone upon request.
BIM (Building Information Modelling) increases efficiency, reduces costs and saves time for building and infrastructure projects. There are many benefits to this type of approach for the construction industry and because of this, it is being increasingly adopted by companies worldwide.
Baldwin Boxall’s EVC systems (encompassing disabled refuge, fire telephones and disabled toilet alarms) have been well-proven and are the systems of choice for many. The company builds on its reputation for offering a complete service and will always go that extra mile for their customers. This has been proven to be the case by a recent customer survey undertaken, the results of which can be found on the company’s website www.baldwinboxall.co.uk/customer-survey/. Typical comments include “As good as it gets” and “Always consistently good.”
Commenting on the release of the drawings, Nick Baldwin, Sales & Marketing Director, said “It became quite clear that BIM drawings were soon going to become a necessary requirement. We are sure that the investment will be a good one – we have already received a good response for the drawings for both systems. Any effort we can make to help our customers can only be for the good.”
More information can be found on the company’s EVC systems can be found on their website: www.baldwinboxall.co.uk/emergency-voice-communication/ or by contacting the marketing team [email protected].
Baldwin Boxall is based in Sussex in England and all its products are designed and manufactured in the UK to a very high standard. The company has a very clear mission statement (which can easily be found on the website (www.baldwinboxall.co.uk) and is proud of its position in the industry.
... Baldwin Boxall has announced the availability of BIM objects for their two Emergency Voice Communication (EVC) systems – Omnicare and CARE2. The drawings are freely available from the ...