Tekla Global BIM Awards winner showcases 3D point clouds and clever use of BIM in an earthquake prone area
Even small steel detailing firms find the investment in making the leap from 2D CAD to a 3D detailing solution rapidly pays off in productivity gains and accuracy, as well as opens doors to better, more profitable business opportunities.
Tekla works with educational institutes worldwide to provide students with a firm foundation in the use of BIM software.
A well-established Vietnamese construction company uses Tekla software to improve productivity and successfully deliver this highly specialized hydropower plant project. The project went on to achieve first place in the 2016 Tekla Asia BIM Award.
GA’s work for the Thales Campus in Bordeaux, France, includes six buildings with total 60,000 sq m.The construction project was completed following GA’s FullBIM® methodology, and it won the Tekla Global BIM Awards in 2016.
The winner of the commercial project category at the 2015 Tekla Global BIM Awards
Number-one precast concrete frame producer in The Netherlands, Heembeton, has used Tekla BIM software since 2007.
The Beijing National Stadium at the Olympic Green hosted the opening and closing ceremonies of the 29th Olympiad in China in August 2008. Tekla Structures was used in the detailing and workshop design of the most complex parts of the steel structure.