Hünnebeck, one of the leading manufacturers of formwork, scaffolding and safety products, has published intelligent 3D components for their most popular wall and slab systems such as MANTO, RASTO-TAKKO, TOPMAX and more in Tekla Warehouse. This allows Hünnebeck’s customers to use Tekla Structures for planning and managing formwork operations with Hünnebeck’s formwork systems.
As innovative solution providers for concrete construction, Hünnebeck and Trimble enable their shared customers to work more efficiently than ever before. As a result of the joint development, comprehensive range of Hünnebeck’s formwork systems can be taken into use in BIM based planning and construction management operations with Tekla Structures by simply downloading the 3D components from Tekla Warehouse, Trimble’s structural BIM content service online.
Our powerful and intuitive formwork planning tools enable efficient creation of constructible formwork models, reports and drawings. Now together with Hünnebeck’s Tekla Structures 3D library, creation of detailed formwork plans is faster and more flexible for our shared customers, says Andy Dickey, Business Development Manager at Trimble.
Availability of these accurate, data rich 3D components from Hünnebeck significantly saves modeling time for clients using Hünnebeck’s systems. Information quality is greatly improved because the components are provided directly from the manufacturer which enables the utmost accuracy and efficiency for formwork planning, material takeoffs, and coordination.
Although the journey just began, the construction business is already benefitting from Building Information Modelling (BIM) in a lot of aspects, says Thomas Jarzyna, Head of Engineering IT at Hünnebeck.
BIM allows for increased efficiency in planning and design, helps to minimize costs and risk, and drives further collaboration with clients through transparent processes and workflows. Therefore, we at Hünnebeck embrace BIM, it helps us increase customer satisfaction with enhanced digital services and custom-tailored solutions. One example of this is having our products available for Trimble’s Tekla Structures.
With Trimble’s Building Information Modeling (BIM) software Tekla Structures, concrete contractors can minimize risks, improve productivity and reduce construction costs by more accurate estimates and planning, efficient management of better quality information and easier coordination and communication utilizing constructible models.
Andy Dickey, Business Development Manager at Trimble, email email@example.com
Tekla Software by Trimble
Tekla software solutions for advanced BIM and structural engineering are produced by Trimble. Trimble’s construction offering ranges from total stations to advanced software, giving the industry tools to transform planning, design, construction and operation of buildings. Tekla software is at the heart of the design and construction workflow, building on the free flow of information, constructible models and collaboration. Information about Tekla software: www.tekla.com
Trimble is transforming the way the world works by delivering products and services that connect the physical and digital worlds. Core technologies in positioning, modeling, connectivity and data analytics enable customers to improve productivity, quality, safety and sustainability. From purpose built products to enterprise lifecycle solutions, Trimble software, hardware and services are transforming a broad range of industries such as agriculture, construction, geospatial and transportation and logistics.
Hünnebeck is one of the leading manufacturers of formwork, scaffolding and safety products for the construction industry worldwide. Since 1929, Hünnebeck systems have stood for quality, efficiency, and a focus on finding the best-possible solutions. Our special claim lies in finding pragmatic, safe, and application-friendly solutions, which help to increase the productivity on site and supports the customers in an efficient way. Hünnebeck is part of BrandSafway´s global formwork business, along with SGB (Middle East / Asia) and Aluma Systems (North and Latin America).
Information about Hünnebeck: www.huennebeck.com