Chief Updates Design Center Resource

Revit files and more now readily available for AV consultants

Eden Prairie, Minn., USA (APRIL 2014) - www.chiefmfg.com - Chief, an industry leader in AV mounting solutions, has updated its online Design Center to provide AV consultants, architects and designers with a library of downloadable information to make specifying AV mounts easier.


Specifiers can find Revit files, CAD, tech drawings, manuals and literature for 24 of Chief's most popular products. The site also lists certification information for the solutions.

Chief's downloadable documentation also can be found on Autodesk SEEK.

As a Cornerstone Partner of the American Institute of Architects, Chief strives to be a resource for AV information. As part of that goal, Chief has updated its free binder for architects, designers and consultants. The binders are filled with information on all Chief's AV solutions along with a selection guide to provide Chief's top recommendations based on typology. Binders are mailed after filling out a simple form at the Chief Design Center.

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