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.
When world renowned artist Antony Gormley contracted Had-Fab Ltd to fabricate his newest landmark sculpture, it was immediately obvious that the complexity of “Exposure” would require the latest in 3D Building Information Modelling software.
Mall of Scandinavia, when finished in 2015, will be the largest shopping center in Scandinavia. The Mall is built in collaboration by the turnkey contractor Peab and several other companies.
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.
Tekla’s solutions support the dialog between the model-based design of infrastructure and engineering structures, such as roads, railroads, bridges, and noise barriers.
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.
For over a decade, 3D modeling has been a powerful tool for detailers, designers and contractors within the steel construction sector. Now the most advanced 3D modeling system for steel structures is Tekla Structures.
In an industry dominated by experience and longevity, Dynamic Structural Steel in Proctor, Minnesota, is an anomaly. Yet, in just three years time, the company has gone from a regional start-up to a leading structural steel fabricator across the nation.