Structural Engineers use our range of powerful structural engineering software to design and construct commercial buildings.
Boeing hangar proves sky is the limit for Tekla
With over 3000 tonnes of structural steelwork the challenges of designing and building this vast aircraft hanger were overcome using Tekla Structural Designer and Tekla Structures.
Modeling Wind Forces with Tekla Structural Designer
Mason Navarro Pledge used Tekla Structural Designer to ensure a timber canopy of a new building would withstand the wind forces coming off from River Thames.
BIM fundamental to delivery of the new Luton DART
Railway stations are often challenging, especially when underground, but Tekla Structures helped Hewson Structural Engineers with this complex project.
Delivering in offshore energy
Decommissioning gas platforms is not a common application for Tekla Structures, but it is still up to the job.
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.
Push the boundaries with parametric design
Links between different softwares facilitates the use of parametric design for bridges and other structures.
Discover Algorithmic Modelling for Tekla Structures Using Rhino/Grasshopper
The new Grasshopper-Tekla Structures live link is a set of Grasshopper components that can create and interact with objects live in Tekla Structures.
Tekla Structural Designer for Foundations
All aspects of foundation design, such as pad bases, pile cap columns and foundation mats are considered when designing with Tekla Structural Designer.
Expanding capabilities with Tekla
A user of Tekla Structural Designer for many years, Clancy Consulting has been reaping the rewards ever since – both in terms of time savings and also the added value it enables them to offer clients.
8 stage guide to implementing BIM on a project
What does BIM mean for Structural Engineers and what are the benefits?
How Hinkley Point C got a power-up with BIM
Nuclear power stations are specialist projects requiring the highest level of detailed design. Atkins turned to Tekla Structures for the rebar design.
Streamlining bridge construction with BrIM
Stuart Campbell, Business Development Manager, Engineering at Trimble discussed the six ways BrIM can help bridge construction projects succeed.
Parametric Workflows with Tekla Structural Designer
In this webinar Dr Stuart Gale explains how the live link between Tekla Structural Designer and Rhino/Grasshopper enables three different parametric workflows
Prestigious Knightsbridge Façade supported, thanks to Tekla Structural Designer
A combination of Tekla Structural Designer and Tekla Structures helps production of coordinated construction information and drawings for temporary works, retained structures and permanent works.
London skyscrapers built from the top down
Complex top down basement construction designed using Tekla Structures helps deliver London's latest skyscraper.
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.
Specialized Analysis Considerations for Concrete Structures
How do you decide the methodology of the geometry, decomposition, analysis and design? It’s important that your software considers all possible outcomes.
Kilnbridge - Bridging the gap between precast and cast-in-place
A hybrid mix of pre-cast, cast-in-place and reinforcement concrete, a tight delivery schedule, a marine environment and complex construction methodologies - this project had it all!