Tekla Structures

An advanced structural BIM software that lets you create, combine, manage and share multi-material 3D models packed with valuable construction information.

  • How to win at digital construction using a design for manufacture and assembly (DfMA) approach

    How to win at digital construction using a design for manufacture and assembly (DfMA) approach

    Download this eBook to discover how a DfMA approach will bring benefits to your business offering.

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  • Delivering on light metal framing with Tekla Structures

    Delivering on light metal framing with Tekla Structures

    Two companies operating within the light metal framing (LMF) sector, who together have been benefitting from the added value that a model-based workflow brings.

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  • BRC uses Tekla Structures on collaborative pilot M1 Motorway BIM project

    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.

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  • Boeing hangar proves sky is the limit for Tekla

    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.

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  • BIM fundamental to delivery of the new Luton DART

    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.

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  • Delivering in offshore energy

    Delivering in offshore energy

    Decommissioning gas platforms is not a common application for Tekla Structures, but it is still up to the job.

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  • D-day landing craft tank proudly displayed, with Hillcrest Structural and Tekla Structures

    D-day landing craft tank proudly displayed, with Hillcrest Structural and Tekla Structures

    Hillcrest Structural employed Tekla Structures’ 3D model environment to help design, detail, fabricate and erect the steel support structure a cantilevered roof canopy.

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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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  • Tekla Structures 2020 - Concrete pour planning and coordination4:09

    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.

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  • Innovative digital design delivery for the Ordsall Chord in Manchester, UK

    Innovative digital design delivery for the Ordsall Chord in Manchester, UK

    Federated 3D models, developed down to individual reinforcement bars, produced by all disciplines were held in a common data environment for this complex railway project.

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  • Discover Algorithmic Modelling for Tekla Structures Using Rhino/Grasshopper49:27

    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.

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  • Going big, with Tekla

    Going big, with Tekla

    The direct link between Trimble hardware and Tekla Structures software, enables point cloud data to be imported straight into the software and used to create a 3D model of existing and new sections.

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  • How Hinkley Point C got a power-up with BIM

    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.

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  • London skyscrapers built from the top down

    London skyscrapers built from the top down

    Complex top down basement construction designed using Tekla Structures helps deliver London's latest skyscraper.

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  • One Nine Elms - 5,800 tonnes of rebar and a software solution

    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.

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  • Prestigious Knightsbridge Façade supported, thanks to Tekla Structural Designer

    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.

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  • Digitizing for modular manufacture30:35

    Digitizing for modular manufacture

    A 40 minute webinar that discusses the benefits for modular manufacturers in moving from a 2D to 3D constructible process.

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  • Just in time – Thanks to Tekla and modular construction

    Just in time – Thanks to Tekla and modular construction

    By using Tekla Structures and the Howick extension, Intelligent Steel were able to export NC files directly from the model to fabrication machines, increasing the speed, efficiency and accuracy.

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  • Complex geometry mastered at V&A Dundee thanks to Tekla software

    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?

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  • Fondation Louis Vuitton: A dream come constructable

    Fondation Louis Vuitton: A dream come constructable

    This unique and beautiful building was also a unique BIM project with the 3D model at the centre of communication between project parties.

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