Start Using BI Dashboards with Truly Constructible Data
As the construction industry continues to embrace new technology, the amount of data that can be captured around a project continues to grow. The data within BIM models is no exception. In our next Wednesday Webinar, we are showing how Project Managers are harnessing the power of constructible data along with business intelligence tools for greater project insight.
Powerful software to automate your repetitive structural calculations.
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!
We proudly bring you the new constructible Tekla 2019
The new 2019 versions of Tekla software offers improvements and new features to boost productivity and create smoother workflows. With enhancements for drawing production, steel and rebar detailing, cast-in-place and precast concrete, structural engineering design and collaboration, Tekla is intended to make your work easier and faster. The release also includes a new software suite for steel fabrication management.
Start your three month trial and receive five free Tekla Model Sharing licenses, with no commitment to buy. The trial is currently available for customers in USA, Canada, United Kingdom, Ireland, The Netherlands, Australia, New Zealand, India, The Philippines and the Middle East region.
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.
“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.”