As technical solution providers, we are always on the lookout for ways to make your job easier. In addition to this, we know that Architects are increasing looking for assurance that the products they intend to use, conform to standards and comply with legislation so that they can be confident in their decision making. Well, now with Rondo and NATSPEC Branded Worksections, you can access product specifications faster and easier than ever before.
What is NATSPEC?
NATSPEC is a national not-for-profit organisation that is maintained by the design, build, construct and property industry though professional associations and Government property groups. NATSPEC relies on the specialist expertise of these groups to ensure the information they provide is up-to-date and a direct reflection of current industry practice and requirements.
NATSPEC are the preferred specification system for major building professionals including Government Departments, Architects, Contractors and Consultants. NATSPEC maintains the National Classification System simply helping specification writers to organise content as well as help users of this content find the information they require.
As well as this, NATSPEC allies with industry manufacturers (known as NATSPEC Product Partners) such as ourselves to create technical branded work-sections. Each branded work-section is based on the associated NATSPEC generic work-section and shares the same classification number. The editable templates are avilable in MS Word or pdf. and each follows the NATSPEC style and can be customised for your particular specification.
How do they relate to Rondo?
As a Product Partner we have created branded work-sections relating to specific Rondo systems, namely, Rondo internal framed and lined partitions, suspended ceilings and access panels.
The NATSPEC branded sections offer a number of advantages to architects including:
For a full list of advantages, visit the NATSPEC website
How do you know you can rely on these work-sections?
NATSPEC Product Partner Work-Sections cite Australian, international or regional (where relevant) for materials and installations so you know they can be depended on for reliable and credible information.
Not only that, Architects/Designers only select a product after determining it meets project requirements and is suitable for the application. This is why NATSPEC Editors seek evidence that members of the Partner Network conform to standards and comply with legislation so they can be confident in their decision making.