Rinnai BIM Level 2 goes live

Rinnai, DHW, continuous flow water heater, domestic hot water, BIM

Rinnai, which supplies continuous-flow water heaters, has added its own BIM shelf ‘live’ to its web site to coincide with the industry-wide implementation of Level 2 BIM.

Government procurement now requires collaborative 3D BIM with all project and asset information, documentation and data to be electronic. Fully collaborative 3D BIM has been defined as Level 2 BIM and is documented in PAS119:2.

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