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BASF's VDC Resource Center includes digital content, trainings, contacts and access to the construction chemicals portfolio of BASF.
BASF's VDC Resource Center includes digital content, trainings, contacts and access to the construction chemicals portfolio of BASF.

BASF has launched its Global Virtual Design and Construction (VDC) Resource Center which offers Building Information Modeling (BIM) digital content as well as digital construction tools to support product selection, specification and use.

The VDC Resource Center brings together a global network of construction experts with architectural, engineering and contracting backgrounds who can support customers, planners and architects with consultation and access to the entire construction chemicals portfolio of BASF.

With more than 200 BIM objects, and soon more than 400 Revit models, the BASF BIM portfolio is one of the largest in the construction chemicals industry. It covers thirteen construction industry segments, such as Waterproofing Systems, Performance Flooring, Concrete Repair or Protective Coatings, as well as Expansion Control Systems and Wall Systems.

These digital solutions are accessible in more than ten languages from the BASF brands Master Builders Solutions, Watson Bowman Acme and Senergy. Over the coming years, BASF will continue to grow its offering and expand into new product segments and industry sectors to provide further value for construction professionals.

The advantage of our digital content is that it represents products and solutions based on our advanced chemistry, giving the industry early and easy access to our innovative and sustainable portfolio”, said Ralf Spettmann, President Construction Chemicals division at BASF.

BASF is one of the first global construction chemicals suppliers to have developed an internal standard for digital creation, quality control and maintenance for BIM content. This is based on best practices from current global standards including British Standards Institute (BSI), BIM Forum, American Institute of Architects (AIA), American Concrete Institute (ACI), International Standards Organization (ISO), and other sources.

Spettmann added: “After thousands of downloads, customers are reporting ease of use and reliable objects. They can be certain that our objects offer a high level of content quality based on a cross-reference of global industry standards and best practices.

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