Tekla is an intelligent, parametric Bridge Information Modeling (BrIM) solution for the constructible design of bridges of any type and size, and other structures such as retaining walls and dams. With this powerful software, it’s easier and faster than ever before to design the structures that are essential to connecting the world.
Parametric design offers structural engineers many benefits that both improve the quality of the design and...
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