Finnforest Modular Office (FMO) in Tapiola, Finland, was detailed and built utilizing Tekla’s advanced 3D design and modeling technique.
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.
Twenty-six years is lengthy tenure in the education arena. Larry Marsing is Department Chair and a full professor in the Engineering Graphics and Design Technology Department at Utah Valley State College.
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.
BIM-based IPD in an innovative healthcare project: a unique, cross-organizational IPD team won the BIM category of the Tekla BIM Awards 2010 with their 3D building information model of the Sutter Medical Center (also known as SMCCV and Eden).
An international agreement brought one of the most prestigious universities in the world, Paris-Sorbonne, to Abu Dhabi. Tekla Structures software was taken into use by Al Habtoor Murray and Roberts Joint Venture to fit everything together in time.
Nestled in the Rockies, the Solaris redevelopment project in Vail, Colorado, will replace structures built in the 1970s with over $230 million of new construction.