Cubis Systems offers 3D BIM CAD engineering data for access chambers & cable protection systems powered by CADENAS

New Multi CAD BIM service provides architects & planners easy product configuration and time-saving use in construction planning and specification

Cubis product configurator powered by CADENAS

Cubis Systems has published its new 3D BIM CAD product catalog in cooperation with CADENAS, based on the eCATALOGsolutions technology. 

Launched in May of this year, architects, planners and engineers can access BIM engineering data of Cubis products such as the access chamber STAKKAbox™ ULTIMA Connect or the multiple duct cable protection system Cubis MULTIduct™, available to download in many common native and neutral BIM CAD formats (Autodesk Revit, Graphisoft Archicad, Nemetschek Allplan, Vectorworks, Tekla Structures & SketchUp, etc.). At customers and interested parties can easily find the required components, configure as needed and after downloading, integrate into their respective planning software.

Improved customer service & optimal marketing of access chambers and cable protection systems

Cubis Systems are the global leader in the provision of network access and cable management systems for key infrastructure projects in the UK, France, Scandinavia, North America and Australia. From telecomunications upgrades to major rail infrastructure ventures, Cubis works closely with some of the world’s largest engineering design groups and operators to provide innovative network access systems for a range of utilities and applications.

With the extensive, scalable solution for Electronic Product Catalogs offered by CADENAS, manufacturers like Cubis can provide their digitally enabled customers and interested parties online with the necessary design data for configuration, exportable as a free download.

Thus, planners can select the desired Cubis components at and display in a 3D preview. Subsequently, they can download the intelligent BIM engineering data in their desired BIM format. The product information is then provided in numerous levels-of-information (LOI) relevant to the respective construction phases. In this way, Cubis can meet the various requirements of architects and planners in the construction industry.

“In line with the recent launch of our upgraded website, our new BIM digital construction library is already proving to be a key addition to our technical resources offering,” says Finn McCrory, Technical Manager at Cubis Systems. “Providing our customers with the flexibility to select, configure and download a complete range of network access products in a variety of formats, we wanted to provide our customers with a ‘self-service’ platform that delivers fast, effective and accurate models, saving users time and effort. In the first 3 months of launch we have seen over 1,600 product downloads, underlining the genuine value that the new BIM configuration capability is delivering for our customers.”

The Cubis Electronic Product Catalog is available at: or

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