MBH launches BIM website

By Lucy Dixon
Michelmersh Brick Holdings PLC,the specialist brick manufacturer and landfill company, has introducedbimbricks.com, a website aggregating information on...

Michelmersh Brick Holdings PLC, the specialist brick manufacturer and landfill company, has introduced bimbricks.com, a website aggregating information on catalogues, certifications of all MBH PLC products and high resolution BIM data. The platform will allow builders, contractors and specifiers to connect and share information, helping to facilitate more efficient interaction from project planning to completion.

Frank Hanna, Joint Chief Executive of MBH, commented: "Our work here will ensure the sector remains competitive and efficient by helping third parties get access to the information and products they need. Moreover, the site encourages enviromentally friendly collaboration on a large scale, reducing waste and saving money."

As well as the dedicated bimbricks.com site, MBH PLC has created a short film animation explaining the many benefits of its BIM files. It has also launched a wide variety of bimbricks.com social media channels, highlighting the pioneering and inspirational uses of brick in architecture.

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