Contact: Alice Permigiani – Marketing Director
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November 17, 2016

 Burgettstown, PA – Hörmann High Performance Doors has developed its fabric and rigid high speed doors for BIM, and it is now available on their website at

The data-rich content is available to customers working with Autodesk® Revit® projects at no charge, and is intended to enable informed design decisions to Architects, Engineers, and other Building Industry professionals. In addition to featuring dynamic, live-response physical characteristics of the company‘s high performance door products, Hörmann has carefully crafted its graphics to flexibly accommodate the user’s needs in a variety of levels of detail, ensuring that the data works for their needs no matter what stage of the project, created by Architects, for Architects.

“We have many successful and proven relationships with Architects and are proud to have listened to their project needs. Our BIM program allows us to work directly with Architects and Designers as they insert our specific door models into their specific projects, which ultimately provides a reliable solution to their client’s expectations,” commented Peter Burnham, Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Hörmann High Performance Doors.

Hörmann is committed to its customers by being easy to do business with; offering top quality information that all parties can have access to via Autodesk’s free online A360 website. Users can explore the exact same models, anywhere, anytime without production software and gain one click access to Hörmann’s most requested technical data including Masterformat Specifications, product literature, typical approval drawings (CAD) and more directly with in their BIM objects.

For additional information, contact Joshua Harter, AIA, NCARB, LEED AP BD+C, Architectural Support Manager for Hörmann High Performance Doors:

Hörmann High Performance Doors is a Germany-based manufacturer of high-speed, high-performance industrial doors designed for use in applications such as car dealerships, fire stations, warehousing, manufacturing plants, food processing facilities, mining, parking garages and sports stadiums. For more information about Hörmann Flexon, visit: