634 meters high Tokyo Sky Tree is the world’s tallest free-standing tower for digital terrestrial broadcasting. Japanese traditional sense of beauty and state-of-the-art engineering have been integrated to its design.
In order to achieve more cost effective processes and services, cut costly waste and add value for the customers, Celsa decided to shift focus on total cost of reinforcement including assembly and logistics. For this purpose, Celsa chose BIM.
The first spherical building in the Middle East, the Aldar Headquarters was William Hare’s first BIM engineering project on civil structures in the Middle East.
Number-one precast concrete frame producer in The Netherlands, Heembeton, has used Tekla BIM software since 2007.
The winner of the commercial project category at the 2015 Tekla Global BIM Awards
GA’s work for the Thales Campus in Bordeaux, France, includes six buildings with total 60,000 sq m.The construction project was completed following GA’s FullBIM® methodology, and it won the Tekla Global BIM Awards in 2016.
Tekla works with educational institutes worldwide to provide students with a firm foundation in the use of BIM software.
Dongdaemun Design Plaza (DDP) is the largest free-form building in the world. To complete the challenging building, Samsung C&T needed Tekla’s BIM (building information modelling) software.