BIM Services

BIM Services

Saint-Gobain PAM aims to ease the burden on developers, specifiers and contractors in the early stages of construction by providing two levels of BIM library and supporting elements.

Technical assistance

Tél. +33 (0) 3 83 80 78 08

tcbatiment.sgpam@saint-gobain.com

BIM OBJECTS

The new releases include a full-data object library, a platform that provides supporting information and free individual BIM files of all products and systems.


These include a EN 877 “Generic Cast Iron” content package for use in early design stages, with fittings  parametrically modelled, and in standard geometric settings. The files contain only the most vital information, reducing the time and effort required to create early stage plans. These “data-light” designs can also be overwritten with the full data specification libraries without issue, speeding up later stages of development that require more detailed plans streamlining conversion from design to as built work flow.


The PAM BIM Libraries are designed to aid the data transition between consultant's and Main Contract MEP design engineers, creating a leaner process that reduces design time. As the transitions usually require more explicit data being added to models, Saint-Gobain PAM are also currently creating plugins to quickly add the full data, either automatically by system type, or through floor level and manual area selection.

By providing small file sizes in the generic content, it will make it easier for early stage specification in BIM and will speed up the whole planning process; this in turn will create measurable cost and time savings for our customers.

BIM OBJECTS

The new releases include a full-data object library, a platform that provides supporting information and free individual BIM files of all products and systems.


These include a EN 877 “Generic Cast Iron” content package for use in early design stages, with fittings  parametrically modelled, and in standard geometric settings. The files contain only the most vital information, reducing the time and effort required to create early stage plans. These “data-light” designs can also be overwritten with the full data specification libraries without issue, speeding up later stages of development that require more detailed plans streamlining conversion from design to as built work flow.


The PAM BIM Libraries are designed to aid the data transition between consultant's and Main Contract MEP design engineers, creating a leaner process that reduces design time. As the transitions usually require more explicit data being added to models, Saint-Gobain PAM are also currently creating plugins to quickly add the full data, either automatically by system type, or through floor level and manual area selection.

By providing small file sizes in the generic content, it will make it easier for early stage specification in BIM and will speed up the whole planning process; this in turn will create measurable cost and time savings for our customers.

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BIM Services

PAM has been developing BIM level 2 libraries in Revit for its ranges of domestic use (S), siphonic rainwater (EPAMS) and intensive use (Plus).
Contact our technical assistance: tcbatiment.sgpam@saint-gobain.com 

 

Available content

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BIM Services

PAM has been developing BIM level 2 libraries in Revit for its ranges of domestic use (S), siphonic rainwater (EPAMS) and intensive use (Plus).
Contact our technical assistance: tcbatiment.sgpam@saint-gobain.com 

 

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