FrameCAD Solutions are in Wujin to talk about partnership with local building developers. Following the success of the Sustainable Cities Forum held in March, in Auckland, New Zealand, the management of FrameCAD Solutions were keen to identify potential partners to work with to deliver sustainable solutions to China.
According to Tim Thodey, General Manager, FrameCAD Solutions, Wujin was on the top of the list for FRAMECAD to visit, the city is known for its focus on sustainable living. FrameCAD Solutions feel that a community underpinned by an ethical focus on the environment and the people will be the suitable place to find likeminded businesses to partner with.
FrameCAD Solutions have set apart by developing and commercialising the leading technology to revolutionise global design and construction techniques using sustainable materials. FrameCAD Solutions use computer aided design techniques, which allow buildings to be modelled in detail and then the output delivered directly to high precision manufacturing equipment to produce standard framing for the building at a speed unmatched by traditional technology.
FrameCAD Solutions’ point of difference is end–to-end integration in the design, detailing, manufacture, and supply of materials required to deliver steel framing for the rapid construction of commercial and residential buildings. FrameCAD have invested revenue in building intellectual property, technology, a complementary range of building materials and repeatable processes.
Cold formed steel is also stronger, lighter and safer than traditional materials such as cement and bricks making it the suitable option in areas prone to earthquakes and cyclones. FrameCAD Solutions management will be in Wujin on a mayoral visit. They will meet various members of the Wujin business and building communities and create partnership opportunities.