They provide a cloud-based specification system which helps manufacturers to grow their business by profiling their products across the construction project timeline.
Lee Jones, Head of Manufacturer Solutions at NBS, said: “Digital specification within the kitchen and bathroom industry has become an essential part of building new business pipelines.
“The rise in digital construction methods has transformed the way that projects are planned and designed – we know from the NBS & CPA 2019 research that 72% of architects want to download information for ‘immediate use’ and further, 95% want product information in a digital format.
“With thousands of kitchens and bathrooms products specified with NBS each year, we’re looking forward to sharing our knowledge with BMA members, such as the recent webinar we hosted on how specification can enhance marketing strategies. We’re also eager to learn more about sector’s development and sustainability goals from BMA’s extensive insights.”
BMA Chief Executive, Tom Reynolds, said: “We are continuing to grow and develop the member offer and I’m proud to welcome NBS to the association.
“NBS has an ongoing commitment to combatting climate change, with sustainability at the core of their operations. Those principles align with BMA’s own strategic direction.
“There is a lot of interest in the sector at the moment, we are promoting the work of our members and raising their profile in the wider construction sector.”