Hurks delphi engineering and Hurks prefabbeton addressed the challenges of the complex structure with advanced use of BIM. In addition to gaining benefits, they also won the Tekla Global BIM Awards 2014 Precast Concrete category.
OVE is a virtual representation of the human body created with BIM software and processes. Standing 170 meters tall, OVE breathes, sweats, gets hungry and has a heart. OVE’s skeleton was modeled with Tekla Structures.
“It’s clear to me that partnering with Tekla advances our leadership position in the industry and will be instrumental in helping us achieve our efficiency goals,” says Chuck Binkowski, Vice President of Barton Malow
“This piece of software simply lets us be more successful in this highly competitive concrete market,” says Daniel Wayne from of the US contractor Wayne Brothers.
Capital Gate is ADNEC’s (Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Company) gravity-defying new tower in the United Arab Emirates capital. Its engineers created an 18-degree westward lean – four times the inclination of the Leaning Tower of Pisa.
The first spherical building in the Middle East, the Aldar Headquarters was William Hare’s first BIM engineering project on civil structures in the Middle East.
An international agreement brought one of the most prestigious universities in the world, Paris-Sorbonne, to Abu Dhabi. Tekla Structures software was taken into use by Al Habtoor Murray and Roberts Joint Venture to fit everything together in time.