Blue Planet

No Blue Planet without Building Information Modeling

No Blue Planet without Building Information Modeling

The new home to Denmark's Aquarium, The Blue Planet, will be the biggest and most advanced aquarium in Northern Europe. The construction design for this architectural gem was made with Tekla Structures.
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Chennai airport expansion

Chennai Airport Expansion

Chennai Airport Expansion

Chennai Annadurai International Airport expansion and modernization project in Tirusulam, 7 km south of Chennai, India, is a design-to-fabrication steel project carried out completely within Tekla BIM software environment.
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Quatre Temps Commercial Center

Quatre-Temps Commercial Center

Quatre-Temps Commercial Center

The monumental Quatre-Temps shopping mall at La Défense is one of the most frequented centers of its kind in the Paris region. It has been extended by 8,000 m2 and linked, via a walkway, to a cinema complex.
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Olympic Stadium: Bird's Nest

Olympic Stadium: Bird's Nest

Olympic Stadium: Bird's Nest

The Beijing National Stadium at the Olympic Green hosted the opening and closing ceremonies of the 29th Olympiad in China in August 2008. Tekla Structures was used in the detailing and workshop design of the most complex parts of the steel structure.
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Aldar headquarters

Aldar Headquarters

Aldar Headquarters

The first spherical building in the Middle East, the Aldar Headquarters was William Hare’s first BIM engineering project on civil structures in the Middle East.
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Art Science Museum Marina Bay

ArtScience Museum

ArtScience Museum

The ArtScience Museum at Marina Bay resembles an open lotus flower or an open hand. Ten “fingers” rise out from the base, cupping the sky. It has 21 gallery spaces spread out over4,600 sq m (50,000 sq ft) of exhibition space.
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Bridge design WSP

Bridge Design by WSP Finland

Bridge Design by WSP Finland

WSP Finland aims at advanced design methods for efficient and optimized steel and concrete bridge design. This is why they have chosen to utilize Tekla Structures’ 3D modeling properties in several bridge projects.
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Expo 2010 Finland Pavilion

Expo 2010 Finland Pavilion

Expo 2010 Finland Pavilion

Finland’s pavilion for the Shanghai World Expo 2010 is called Kirnu, or ‘Giant’s kettle’. Tekla Structures BIM (Building Information Modeling) software is being used to model and manage its structural information in 3D throughout the project.
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