Isover launches SpecHub, new online hub for technical construction info
Isover Ireland has announced the launch of SpecHub, an innovative new specification and project tracking service. This new service allows registered users access to a host of technical information including CAD and BIM files, access to Isover’s technical team, as well as direct information on Isover Academy training courses and CPDs.
Designed specifically to provide quick, easy and comprehensive access to a range of common Irish residential and non-residential applications, SpecHub represents an innovative step forward in how Irish specifiers gather and store technical documentation.
SpecHub is also invaluable as a project tracking tool, with registered users able to collect and organise all relevant Isover CAD, BIM and other technical documents according to each project they create within the system. This means that the need to the user to store and file documents on their own computers is minimised, as users can return to SpecHub to download any historical project documents or information, as needed.
Registered SpecHub users can avail of a host of free services, including access to exclusive Isover CAD drawings and BIM files, booking for on-site demonstrations and consultations, academy training courses and CPD information and booking, tracking and updating of projects, safe and secure storage of key documentation for each of your projection, and an online calculator tool to assess U-values, dB reduction and more.
Isover Ireland marketing manager Valerie Dent commented: “Isover’s SpecHub is a fantastic tool for Irish architects and specifiers and represents a worldwide first for Isover in providing a dedicated and on demand documentation and project tracking service. Isover are excited to launch this service and look forward to working with our customers, using SpecHub, in delivering more innovative insulation and housing solutions.”
Isover SpecHub is available to register for and use by all specifiers, architects and those who require technical documentation for applications which include Isover products, such as Isover mineral wool, the Vario system and/or the Optima system. Users can register by visiting www.isover.ie/spechub.
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