The key to any successful precast project – whether they are common precast jobs or those distinctive, landmark, intricate projects – is ensuring ZERO error right from the conceptual design & bidding to detailing to fabrication & erection. Having the right precast element, at the right place, at the right time is what defines the perfectly pieced together precast project!
At Trimble, we have pioneered the most powerful and flexible constructible BIM solution in the market for all types of precast projects and elements – Tekla Structures for Precast.
Join our experts for a LIVE session and learn how Tekla Structures for Precast/Prefabricated structures brings more profitable projects within your reach. Purpose-built for precast contractors and detailers, it reduces manual work and human errors leading to more streamlined processes with better quality information. With unparalleled insight into work at hand, everything simply falls into place at the office, factory and site leading to project completion on time and on budget.
With Tekla you can work with any structure regardless of material, size or complexity. Also, because the software integrates design and detailing with fabrication and project management, you can streamline the entire precast workflow from bidding to delivery.
It allows accurate estimation and thus winning more bids and increasing profits. You can detail any precast concrete structure, improve document production, plan and control fabrication and find potential problems with the help of your constructible model.
The software also interfaces with production management systems (ERP) and precast and rebar production machinery (CAD-CAM).
Date: Friday, September 2nd, 2022
Time: 3:30 pm to 4:30 pm
Register for this FREE, LIVE, Tekla BIMeet and have a look at some of the most powerful tools that allow you to:
- Quickly build 3D models & detail precast elements
- Get accurate quantities for scheduling and procurement quickly
- Extract precast form and rebar drawings along with BBS
- Link with production machinery, transfer information efficiently and avoid human errors
- Use an information-rich model to coordinate design, fabrication and site operations and ensure delivery according to the schedule
- Plan erection & sequencing and