Using Markham’s BIM files?

Available for download in both Revit and ArchiCAD

Using Markham’s BIM files?
17 September 2019 Posted in , ,

Keep up with changes in the construction industry by using our BIM files.

The construction industry is changing at a rapid pace. Increasingly buildings are being designed and specified using the BIM file (Building Information Modelling) format.


As a way to add value to our customers, we are proud to announce that we have created a range of BIM files for our concrete waterproofing and durability treatments.


Both Revit and ArchiCAD versions are available now for download for your practice.


Why use BIM files?

By using a BIM file means that as an architect, once you specify and insert the file into your model, that information is safely stored away and will always get picked up by the contractor when the project goes out for pricing.


In reality having all that information available not just for the design and construction of the project, but also long after the project is finished. This is a huge benefit for the client as all of the product information right there stored away within that model.


How to get your BIM files?

We have created files for most of our AQURON colloidal silica hydrogel concrete durability and waterproofing treatments.


Simply visit our product pages and look for the download option under the specifications section to download your copy.


Grab your own copy

For example, try the AQURON 2000 files – on the lower left of this page: AQURON 2000 Spray on 4-n-1 concrete protection


Alternatively, if you would like a copy of all of our files for your architecture practice – please contact us.


Let’s talk
about it

We understand that choosing the correct solution and type of product is essential for the success of any project. Markham has a technical support team with many years of concrete industry experience and successful project applications and we are ready to help you find the right solution for your application.

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