BIM & Level of Definition
Efficient methods of designing, delivering and maintaining physical built assets throughout their entire lifecycle whilst managing risk.
Push the boundaries with parametric design
Links between different softwares facilitates the use of parametric design for bridges and other structures.
Aligning temporary works with the digital plan of works
Understand the benefits of incorporating digital temporary works processes on a project.
Are precast manufacturers reaping the benefits of DfMA?
Precast concrete, DfMA and how Tekla Structures can facilitate detailed design, manufacture and site coordination. Discuss.
8 stage guide to implementing BIM on a project
What does BIM mean for Structural Engineers and what are the benefits?
BIM: Bringing collaboration and coordination to steel construction
Explore the use of digital technology within steel detailing and fabrication where it is now moving beyond BIM to incorporate AR and mixed reality.
What does Level 3 BIM mean for the steel industry?
What does Level 3 BIM mean for the UK's construction industry and in particular Steel Fabricators?
How can steel fabricators reduce requests for information?
How can steel fabricators reduce the requests for information (RFIs) from site? Steve Insley explains.
DfMA and BIM - Hot topics or misunderstood processes?
Design for Manufacture and Assembly (DfMA) and Building Information Modelling (BIM) are ideal partners, or are they? Duncan Reed explains why the construction industry should consider DfMA.
Complex geometry mastered at V&A Dundee thanks to Tekla software
V&A Dundee presented the challenge of designing, manufacturing & installing the 2,400 precast concrete panels that bring this geometrically complex design to life. But how did Tekla’s software help?
How IFC4precast plans to modernise data exchange in the precast industry
The precast industry is moving forward with technology that allows improved, effective processes. Read about the potential and benefits of the IFC4precast.