Warewasher production company Wexiodisk has rolled out its latest addition to its portfolio with an offering of BIM optimised pieces.
Building information modelling (BIM) has been largely embraced by the foodservice sector since the rollout of government legislation which came into force during 2016.
BIM software has been designed to not only provide 3-dimensional drawings to highlight service requirements and positioning conflicts before any installation takes place, but can also be used to calculate the building’s total energy consumption and carbon emissions.
John Shepherd, UK and Ireland country manager for Wexiödisk, said: “As all public sector projects are now required to use BIM following the government legislation which came into place in 2016, it has become increasingly more popular within the foodservice industry to mirror this way of working. Over the next few years, BIM will most likely become commonplace on all new refurbishments and design projects in order to reduce costs and efficiency.
Following the launch of the new technology Wexiodisk will follow up with a BIM products library.
Shepherd added: “Complete with full data sheets, specifications and accurate drawings, we will gradually expand our BIM library in the future to include additional models within the Wexiodisk portfolio.”