The woodworking factory is designed to prepare high-quality wood chips. Inside the factory, there is equipment that provides such technological processes as debarking logs, cutting etc. Due to flexible modeling tools, Tekla Structures for building structures, it was possible to execute the workshop documentation in the shortest possible time. The possibilities of multi-user modeling allowed the parallel development of different parts of the building in one model.
Challenges and success factors
Available complex layouts of process equipment and compressed space for the placement of building structures created a high risk for design delay. However, Tekla allowed not only to combine multi-element models of engineering systems, technological equipment and architectural solutions, but also made it possible to work with this set of reference models without special system problems.
Advantages of BIM technologies
The uniqueness of the Tekla Structures software is not only in the ability to easily work with multi-element models, but also in the special logic of setting up this program. Changing the system parameters to the organizational standards makes it possible to increase the engineering team productivity by several tens of percent, and the user-friendly interface makes the work easy.
Using a federated model, testing clashes in Tekla BIMsight, allowed the reduction of the number of inconsistencies in the project.
The advantages of using Tekla Structures: "there are no analogs in terms of power and functionality."
"Pöyry Rus" takes a leading position in the field of the design of the pulp & paper and woodworking industry in Russia. Since 2007, Pöyry Rus has been carrying out design work in cooperation with Pöyry (Finland), which has made it possible to combine many years of design experience in Russia with the international experience of the Pöyry. The scale, complexity and uniqueness of the projected objects, "Pöyry Rus" is a distinctive feature of engineering activity.