Unger Steel Group utilized Tekla’s BIM software in a very advanced way to plan, produce and assemble the diamond trusses of the partially transparent, architecturally stunning roof of the new Vienna Central Railway Station.
Renovating an international, fully functional airport asks for coordination, collaboration and lots of model information. In this project the owner Avinor wants to use hundreds of reference models by Aas Jakobsen and others also for future renovation.
The old cotton factory Porin Puuvilla has turned into a shopping center combining old and new structures. The 13 project parties agree that the construction process and quality improved with modeling-based design.
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.
The Diesel project at Neste Oil’s refinery in Porvoo, Finland, was pioneering work on utilizing BIM for creating industrial concrete structures and intelligent data transfer.
Peace Bridge brings together two historically separate communities in Derry, Northern Ireland. The construction project combined challenging design, fabricating 65-ton units in Rowecord’s works, and transporting these from South Wales to Northern Ireland.
One of the largest general contractors in North America, Barton Malow Company, has utilized the Tekla Structures BIM solution for Construction Management in several innovative projects, including the University of Virginia South Lawn project.
The Ramboll Group is a leading Nordic company in engineering that has become an extensive Tekla Structures software user with hundreds of structural design projects delivered during recent years.