Bayards

Bayards

The helideck specialist Bayards chose Tekla's intelligent 3D modeling software for an extremely demanding industry.

Kynningsrud

Kynningsrud Prefab

Norway boasts some of the most advanced users of Tekla Structures software. Kynningsrud Prefab is one such customer. This division of the Kynningsrud Group is an independent total supplier to the building trade with concrete elements and steel structures. Prefab has been an area of competence within the parent company for over 30 years, employing roughly 150. Revenue is approximately 200 million NOK. Facilities are located in both Norway and Sweden, and the unit operates in sales, construction and project management. Kynningsrud Prefab has been using Tekla Structures since 2000.

APT Engineering standardize calculation with Tedds

APT created consistency and confidence across the company with Tedds, the structural calculation software, with a library of bespoke calculations.

Martin/Martin

“At Martin/Martin we work on a variety of commercial projects and specialize in arena and stadium work, defensive design and construction services. To meet the requirements of such demanding and differing projects we historically used software packages from multiple vendors. This was difficult to manage as each software package had its own interface and approached engineering problems differently.

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Pinnacle Consulting Engineers - Integrating Fastrak and Tekla

Pinnacle teamed up with the software providers to develop a link between Fastrak and Tekla software and improved their internal BIM processes.

INHUS

INHUS (formerly Markučiai) is the largest manufacturer of prefabricated reinforced concrete products in Lithuania. They provide also related consulting, design, production, logistics and installation services.

MOE: Winning Structural Engineering with Advanced BIM

The Danish engineering company MOE choses innovative thinking and advanced use of BIM, and utilize these in projects like the award-winning Amager Resource Center where a waste-to-energy plant meets a skiing slope.

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