Tekla Structural Designer

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For the first time! try out our simple, integrated design & analysis software which enables engineers to deliver safe, effective, and rationalized design quickly, regardless of structural material.

COVID-19: How we can support you at this time

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Tekla Model Sharing FREE Trial

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Tekla 2020

Plan, Design, ORCHESTRATE

Just like music, construction requires collaboration. With tons of new collaboration-boosting updates and features, Tekla 2020 is the key to a perfectly orchestrated BIM structural workflow.


What's New Webinars

Tekla 2020

These webinars will present the latest developments in software: Structures 2020, Structural Designer 2020, Tedds 2020, Model Sharing 2020 and Trimble Connect.

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

At Oostingh Staalbouw, Information is Always Up-to-date

Oostingh Staalbouw Katwijk is a Dutch steel construction company with a solid history in complex projects. For complex construction projects, they needed a quality tool to keep every part of each project up-to-date. A tool that would benefit both the project management and the business. They found such a tool in Tekla Model Sharing.

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.”