Castle House Tower

Castle House Tower: Green tower of wind power

Castle House Tower: BIM collaboration creates green tower of wind power

Castle House residential tower generates its own power through a series of wind turbines. Collaboration between Bourne Engineering and steel consultant TDS Midlands and the use of Tekla Structures BIM Software was vital to the success of the project.
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Peace Bridge

Peace Bridge: BIM helps with complex geometry

Peace Bridge: BIM helped Rowecord with complex geometry, off-site building and even transportation

Peace Bridge brings together two historically separate communities in Derry, Northern Ireland. The project combined challenging design, fabricating 65-tonne units in Rowecord’s works, and transporting these from South Wales to Northern Ireland.
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Manskun Rasti

Manskun Rasti: An information model from the future

Manskun Rasti: An information model from the future

The Manskun Rasti construction site in Helsinki, Finland, is a showcase of the future.
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Polysius Vietnam

Tekla opened new business opportunities for Polysius Vietnam

New global business opportunities for Polysius Vietnam

Armed with Tekla software, the engineering company Polysius Vietnam Ltd. now designs cement plants for the world instead of just Vietnam.
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Saipem offshore

Saipem can oversee entire offshore projects with Tekla

Saipem can oversee entire offshore projects with Tekla

In 2002 Saipem and Tekla joined on a technical project to get Saipem’s Offshore division started in using the Tekla Structures software.
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Exposure sculpture

Exposure Sculpture: Turning vision into reality

Exposure Sculpture: Turning vision into reality

When world renowned artist Antony Gormley contracted Had-Fab Ltd to fabricate his newest landmark sculpture, it was immediately obvious that the complexity of “Exposure” would require the latest in 3D Building Information Modelling software.
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Timber roof

Exeter University Forum: No room for error in multi-material project

Exeter Unversity Forum: No room for error in a challenging multi-material project

The new centrepiece for the University of Exeter’s famously hilly Streatham Campus is part of a £450 million capital investment programme designed to propel Exeter into the top 10 UK universities.
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