Wayne Brothers began looking at 3D modeling software as a way to reduce risk by enabling them to respond qu...
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2D documents have long been the basis of concrete construction. However, sticking to 2D instead of moving to 3D modeling can actually harm your business.
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By utilizing model-based quantity takeoff with Tekla Structures, you can automatically create visual representations of your estimates and confidently understand the quality of your numbers.
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UK-based reinforced concrete contractor, Cidon Construction, has adopted Tekla’s Building Information Modelling (BIM) software to bring efficiencies throughout the business to deliver projects quickly
In this eBook, we'll introduce how model-based takeoff improve your estimates, reduce rework and improve your profitability.
With the challenges that concrete contractors face in estimating, planning and managing formwork operations, utilizing constructible models can reduce stress and upgrade their formwork planning.
Most construction waste can be reduced or eliminated by adopting a constructible process.
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Today’s advanced construction takeoff software allow quantity take-offs to be completed faster, easier, and most importantly, more accurately compared to old ways of working.
Wayne Brothers began looking at 3D modeling software as a way to reduce risk by enabling them to respond quicker to client demands, see concrete and rebar details not visible on 2D drawings.
The concrete builder Pankow took an innovative approach to technology and construction in order to bring superior value to their clients.
Tekla provided the technology to create adaptive formwork components which could generate the formwork layout for different shapes and sizes of walls with varying details.
Modeling can happen offline and because only a tiny amount of data is transferred, even the slowest Internet connection is sufficient.
Adjustable Forms uses Tekla Structures to streamline many of their business operations, from estimating and construction to resolving drawing plan conflicts with the general contractor.
Since we self-perform many different trades and disciplines, it just makes sense that we should know how things like embedded iron and anchor bolts fit with the rebar before the construction phase.
Barton Malow is adding efficiency and value to their business operations by managing construction management information in a 3D context, throughout the project lifecycle.
BIM-based workflows reduces costs and visualizations making it easier to understand the end result.
The 3D building information model provided a reliable representation of the actual building, and was used for the owner and design supervisors to check the feasibility of the design rationale.