It took 17 years to achieve planning approval for a retail supermarket in Sheringham. Its construction, however, was completed on time and within budget thanks to the use of a Building Information Model (BIM).
The challenge of the endeavour is apparent. This is the kind of building that would not have been possible to construct without a comprehensive approach to BIM.
The Diesel project at Neste Oil’s refinery in Porvoo, Finland, was pioneering work on utilising BIM for creating industrial concrete structures and intelligent data transfer.
BIM-based IPD in an innovative healthcare project: a unique, cross-organisational IPD team won the BIM category of the Tekla BIM Awards 2010 with their 3D building information model of the Sutter Medical Center (also known as SMCCV and Eden).
Many iconic projects have been completed globally adopting the Tekla Structures software. One such project is the Wembley stadium, which – with a seating capacity of 90,000 – is now the largest football stadium in the world with every seat under cover.
Tekla works with educational institutes worldwide to provide students with a firm foundation in the use of BIM software.
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.
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.