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Tekla Webinar January 22, 2020

Business Intelligence Dashboards with Truly Constructible Data

Business Intelligence tools are driving the construction industry forward. As the construction industry continues to embrace new technology, the amount of data that can be captured around a project continues to grow. This webinar will show how Project Managers are harnessing BI power with constructible data for greater project insight.


Tekla Model Sharing

Get up to FIVE Tekla Model Sharing licenses for THREE months, absolutely FREE and with no commitment to buy. Now you and your teammates can work on the same model at the same time with no worries of clashes. The only model sharing software that allows you to even work offline!

The all new Tekla PowerFab: Truly connected fabrication

Power up your production, project management, estimating and purchasing with one seamless, easy-to-use solution, made specifically for steel fabricators. Visualize and share fabrication information like never before!

Tekla Customer Story

Creation of "Sand Dunes in the Desert"

Western Station is the most iconic structure in Riyadh metro stations. The design for this remarkable 110,000m2 project aimed to be a catalyst for urban development, a design reflective of local culture and heritage and is a signature multimodel hub for the new Riyadh transit system.


Where Is The Construction Industry Headed?

Mega-projects are challenging and pushing the industry towards digitization and constructability, which is why we need to address what exactly it will take for the modern contractors, consultants, and developers, to take the next technological leap

What is BIM?

“With BIM (Building Information Modeling) technology, one or more accurate virtual models of a building are constructed digitally. They support design through its phases, allowing better analysis and control than manual processes. When completed, these computer-generated models contain precise geometry and data needed to support the construction, fabrication, and procurement activities through which the building is realized.”