UK Blog

Trimble UK staff and influencers discuss subjects of interest, provoke questions and provide advice.

  • Achieve fully constructible temporary works easily with Tekla

    Achieve fully constructible temporary works easily with Tekla

    The efficient design, management and installation of temporary works will radically improve overall project delivery.

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  • 6 things to consider before buying BIM software

    6 things to consider before buying BIM software

    Your checklist for choosing your Building Information Modelling solution.

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  • From Level of Detail to Level of Information Need - adding the how to BIM processes

    From Level of Detail to Level of Information Need - adding the how to BIM processes

    Planning and ordering materials with incomplete information will result in mistakes in orders. But with a BIM execution plan and LOIN, there will be an average of 25% fewer changes in orders.

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  • Progress is a truly constructible process

    Progress is a truly constructible process

    Truly constructible Tekla models empower you with streamlined workflows and real-time collaboration. Move beyond BIM for more accuracy, productivity and profitability.

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  • BIM for true constructibility - Build better and faster

    BIM for true constructibility - Build better and faster

    Constructibility refers to ensuring in advance that a building or structure can be built efficiently, in terms of time, resources and money.

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  • Open approach to BIM - Better collaboration

    Open approach to BIM - Better collaboration

    Construction project parties should be able to work together smoothly regardless of the tools they use. Open BIM is about workflow-level compatibility, not just between two software packages.

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  • What is BIM?

    What is BIM?

    With BIM (Building Information Modelling) technology, one or more accurate virtual models of a building are constructed digitally.

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  • DfMA: Making the offsite ideal a reality

    DfMA: Making the offsite ideal a reality

    DfMA takes offsite, from construction to assembly; driving the design process to creating a manufactured solution using standardised components, for ease of manufacture and efficiency of assembly.

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  • Taking back control

    Taking back control

    With steel price hikes and raw material shortages, the need to design smart, reduce waste and manufacture and estimate more efficiently has never been so important.

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  • Assessing embodied carbon, with Tekla

    Assessing embodied carbon, with Tekla

    Discover how Tekla software can help engineers and contractors deliver greener designs and help reduce carbon emissions.

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  • Five ways structural engineers can reduce embodied carbon in their designs

    Five ways structural engineers can reduce embodied carbon in their designs

    How structural engineers can work to reduce the level of embodied carbon in their structures.

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  • Making sense of embodied carbon

    Making sense of embodied carbon

    What is embodied carbon and why is it an issue in the UK construction industry?

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  • Offsite construction - or should it be, offsite design?

    Offsite construction - or should it be, offsite design?

    Why an offsite way of thinking and offsite processes are required to be designed right from the initial stages of a project?

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  • The benefits of modular construction

    The benefits of modular construction

    What are the benefits of modular construction?

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  • Why modular construction is the building method of the future

    Why modular construction is the building method of the future

    Great examples which demonstrate the versatility of modular construction and show that it's quicker, smarter and environmentally friendly.

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  • The real rise of digital connectivity

    The real rise of digital connectivity

    Has remote working been the catalyst the industry need to further adopt cloud solutions and BIM technology?

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  • The relationship between BIM and Formwork

    The relationship between BIM and Formwork

    The importance of considering formwork and other temporary works alongside permanent works and how BIM can help.

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  • Data driven design: The new normal?

    Data driven design: The new normal?

    Parametric, or data driven approach to design drives benefits for Structural Engineers.

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  • AI: The future of iterative design

    AI: The future of iterative design

    Parametric or data driven design is here, but what is next? Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning might be the future.

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  • Offsite manufacturing and BIM - Perfect partners

    Offsite manufacturing and BIM - Perfect partners

    Offsite manufacturing and BIM are comfortable bedfellows, bringing design decisions to the forefront of the construction process.

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