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Firestone Roofing Systems Listed on NBS Source

Holcim brand Firestone Building Products has listed product data for its EPDM and TPO roofing and lining systems with NBS Source to make it easier for specifiers to embed its systems in building information modelling (BIM) models.

The listings means specifiers can now access the Firestone product data they need during the early design stages of a project, and compare solutions quickly and easily and seamlessly using NBS Chorus and NBS National BIM Library.

Firestone has listed data for roofing and lining systems across its portfolio, including the RubberGard EPDM roofing system, UltraPly TPO roofing system for commercial installations, and the GeoGard EPDM and GeoSmart EPDM lining system. The information available to specifiers includes technical information sheets, brochures, environmental product declarations, certification and case studies.

Carl Bailey, Regional Technical Manager UK & Ireland at Firestone, comments: “NBS Source is an increasingly important tool for specifiers who want rapid and accurate access to product data, which aids specification and improves operational management of the asset following the build phase.

“Our partnership with NBS Source is an example of our commitment to providing real, added value to customers,” Carl continues. “Alongside our industry-leading, environmentally high performing and durable products, and our expert technical support, digital capabilities like this are important to enable successful management of information and ensure best-fit product selection.

“As specifiers respond to the challenges of constructing sustainable buildings with extended life cycles and reduced lifecycle costs, the ability to integrate Firestone product data in designs direct from NBS Source will be invaluable.”

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