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BRC uses Tekla Structures on collaborative pilot M1 Motorway BIM project
Tekla Structures software was piloted for 3D rebar modelling on the Highways England M1 J19 Improvement Scheme.
Data driven design: The new normal?
Parametric, or data driven approach to design drives benefits for Structural Engineers.
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.
Making the architecturally striking and the structurally complex possible, with Tekla Structural Designer
Architectural striking residential project, this complex cantilevered building created many structural design challenges.
Tekla Structures 2020 - Concrete pour planning and coordination
Take a closer look at how to Tekla helps model, plan, manage, and coordinate concrete pours on site.
Get the most out of your constructible information with Trimble Connect
Trimble Connect enables all parties in the construction process to get the most out of project documentation. This webinar explains all.
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?
One Nine Elms - 5,800 tonnes of rebar and a software solution
A hybrid mix of pre-cast, cast-in-situ and reinforcement concrete, a tight delivery schedule, a marine environment and complex construction methodologies - this project had it all.
Tekla Tedds review - An overlooked essential
David Chadwick from Construction Computing magazine reviews Tekla Tedds and its essential, easy to use structural and civil engineering calculations.
Hollingsworth Pack designs for structural safety with Tekla Tedds and Tekla Structural Designer
This global company uses Tekla Tedds and Tekla Structural Designer to help design prisons and other government buildings around the world.
Precast concrete and digital technology - Facilitators of the new normal
How a combination of off-site construction and remote collaboration software tools could be the key to supporting and enabling this new, safer way of working.
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.
Exeter University Forum: No room for error in a challenging multi-material project
The roof of the forum, including timber elements, were modelled in Tekla and all details and general arrangement drawings were produced directly from the model.
How the Museum of the Future is stretching the limits of structural engineering
One of the worlds most complex structures uses concrete base and steel diagrid structure to create a column free interior space.