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Voice Alarm System BIM Objects Announced

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Baldwin Boxall has announced the availability of BIM objects for their VIGIL3 and VIGIL2 voice alarm systems. These new files add to the company's readily available library of BIM Objects.

BIM (Building Information Modelling) increases efficiency, reduces costs and saves time for building and infrastructure projects. There are many benefits to this type of approach for the construction industry and because of this, it is being increasingly adopted by companies worldwide.

Baldwin Boxall is a renowned, well respected UK designer and manufacturer of voice alarm and emergency voice communication systems. It has a wide ranging project portfolio and customer survey responses to be proud of. The company strives to always understand the needs of the industry and its customers as well as end-users.

The need for BIM Object files for voice alarm is clear and Baldwin Boxall is keen to ensure that these are available for all that require them. The company's BIM Object files are downloadable both from their own website and also via the NBS National BIM Library, without charge.

"Our BIM Objects for our Omnicare and Care2 EVC systems have been downloaded multiple times – exceeding even our expectations!" said Nick Baldwin, Sales & Marketing Director. "With the number of requests for voice alarm growing, we are certain that these will prove to be equally as popular. Any effort we can make to help our customers can only be for the good."

Baldwin Boxall is based in Sussex in England and all its products are designed and manufactured in the UK to a very high standard. The company has a very clear mission statement and is proud of its position in the industry, worldwide.

Read more at Baldwin Boxall.

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