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Schwank BIM Models


What is BIM?


Building Information Modelling [BIM] is changing how buildings, infrastructure, and utilities are planned, designed, built, and managed. BIM is a process that involves creating and using an intelligent 3D model to inform and communicate project decisions. BIM makes it easier to achieve project and business goals.


Revit for building design and construction


Revit® software* is specifically built for Building Information Modelling [BIM], empowering design and construction professionals to bring ideas from concept to construction with a coordinated and consistent model-based approach. Revit is a single application that includes features for architectural design, MEP and structural engineering, and construction.


* Autodesk Revit software is only available as part of the Autodesk Building Design Suite 2014 Premium and Ultimate editions.

A Schwank Building Information (BIM) model

Schwank Revit Models Available for Download!


What are Revit Models?


Revit models are 3D models that not only contain a scaled, physical representation of equipment, but also include all pertinent information required to incorporate this equipment into Building Information Models [BIM]. A designer can place a physical representation into their building model and the information associated with that model will automatically help complete schedules and determine utility requirements. The models include features for architectural design, MEP and structural design and construction.


The advanced technology and design of our Schwank heaters are now represented in Revit models for professionals in these fields to benefit from. Feel free to download the Schwank Revit models below to include them in your building designs!


Here you have the possibility to order revit models directly:





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