Welcome to MUD Version 2
This Masonry Unit Database (MUD) is provided to the AEC community by the International Building Information Modeling for Masonry Initiative (BIM-M). The database is intended to provide designers and BIM users standardized data for their models.
BIM-M represents the masonry industry in the United States and portions of Canada. The database provides material information and BIM files in both Imperial and Metric units. Version 2, released in June 2019 enhances and increases the number of generic concrete and clay anchored, adhered and structural masonry units along with place holders for anchored and adhered natural and manufactured stone and tile units and associated BIM files in DWG, DGN, DXF, and RFA formats. The database has been configured to accommodate actual units including a variety of shapes supplied by individual manufacturers in each of the categories. Manufacture specific data (BIM’s) may be incorporated in Version 3 of the database.
The Masonry Unit Generator add-in for Autodesk Revit is an application plug-in which connects to the Masonry Unit Database. The add-in can generate accurate models to be used directly in your Revit designs. It features an intuitive interface, graphic representations of units, search capability and can save native Revit families to your library for later use.
The Masonry Content Pack is a free library of masonry detail components, 3D model components and wall systems designed to accelerate the design and documentation process on masonry building projects. It can be used directly or as a preconfigured BIM List database for even more ease and efficiency. BIM List is a free tool available in the CTC BIM Project Suite for Revit.
Structural bricks, blocks and components for applications that require strength, flexibility and dependability. Structural units are the foundation, literally and figuratively, for just about every building project in the last century. Choose from many different structural systems and find the right solution for your project here.
Anchored systems are used to provide the classic aesthetics and durability of masonry in applications where other structural systems are used. Masonry veneers protect structural materials that would otherwise be degraded from exposure to the elements. Anchored veneers are attached to structural walls in many ways such as steel shelves and suspensions.
Adhered systems are made up of modular units which are designed to be lightweight. These systems are often used in conjunction with other materials and are held to their host surface with mastic or mortar.