AEC & Commercial Buildings

Check out these incredible commercial projects built using Tekla software

  • 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 hangar were overcome using Tekla Structural Designer and Tekla Structures.

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  • Increased bid accuracy, accelerated workflows and a true competitive advantage with model-based estimating

    Increased bid accuracy, accelerated workflows and a true competitive advantage with model-based estimating

    Adam Norman from GMF Industries explains how utilizing model-based estimating has not only improved the accuracy of their estimates but the speed of their bidding process as well.

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  • Accelerating collaboration and real-time data exchange between the office and field with Trimble Connect

    Accelerating collaboration and real-time data exchange between the office and field with Trimble Connect

    With the fabrication process streamlined and efficient, Bennett Steel turned its attention to increasing efficiency between teams in the shop and crews in the field.

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  • Level of Detail (LOD)

    Level of Detail (LOD)

    Planning and ordering materials with incomplete information will result in mistakes in orders. But with a BIM execution plan and LOD, there will be an average of 25% fewer changes in orders.

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  • Progress is a truly constructible process

    Progress is a truly constructible process

    Truly constructible Tekla models empower you with streamlined workflows and real-time collaboration. Move beyond BIM for more accuracy, productivity and profitability.

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  • Modeling Wind Forces with Tekla Structural Designer

    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.

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  • What is BIM?

    What is BIM?

    With BIM (Building Information Modeling) technology, one or more accurate virtual models of a building are constructed digitally.

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  • When in Doubt, Make it Accurate (Not Stout)36:17

    When in Doubt, Make it Accurate (Not Stout)

    Working as a structural engineer, you’re probably familiar with the phrase, "When in doubt, make it stout". The fact is, the structural engineering tools of yesterday required a level of “guesstimatin

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  • One Click LCA within Tekla Structural Designer1:35

    One Click LCA within Tekla Structural Designer

    The impact of embodied carbon within the construction industry is an issue that has grown to be of great concern and more often now engineers are being requested to assess and consider the Building Ca

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  • Saga Natatorium: The Earthquake-Resistant Swim Stadium

    Saga Natatorium: The Earthquake-Resistant Swim Stadium

    The Saga Natatorium is a competition swimming stadium in Japan. Its earthquake-resistant steel frame was designed by DAIZO Engineering using Tekla software.

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  • The Bridge Hospital: How Concurrent Design and Construction Can Overcome a Tight Schedule

    The Bridge Hospital: How Concurrent Design and Construction Can Overcome a Tight Schedule

    The new Bridge Hospital represents the biggest construction project ever for Finland’s HUS Helsinki University Hospital. The project is the Public category winner of the Tekla Global BIM Awards 2020

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  • One Nine Elms: a New London Landmark Built with Tekla

    One Nine Elms: a New London Landmark Built with Tekla

    London’s One Nine Elms development was named Best Commercial Project in the 2020 Tekla Global BIM Awards. The engineering team won praise for planning the rebar under challenging conditions.

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  • ConSteel Develops Bi-Directional Link to Tekla Structures

    ConSteel Develops Bi-Directional Link to Tekla Structures

    Developers say solution offers smooth and quick transition between the structural and the detailing model.

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  • 4 Ways Constructible Models are Reducing Waste in the Concrete Industry

    4 Ways Constructible Models are Reducing Waste in the Concrete Industry

    Most construction waste can be reduced or eliminated by adopting a constructible process.

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  • Why Concrete Contractors Should Upgrade the Way Their Formwork is Planned

    Why Concrete Contractors Should Upgrade the Way Their Formwork is Planned

    With the challenges that concrete contractors face in estimating, planning and managing formwork operations, utilizing constructible models can reduce stress and upgrade their formwork planning.

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  • Stress-free takeoff: How model-based construction take-off can win bids without the headaches

    Stress-free takeoff: How model-based construction take-off can win bids without the headaches

    Today’s advanced construction takeoff software allows quantity take-offs to be completed faster, easier, and most importantly, more accurately compared to old ways of working.

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  • Betset Serves its Customers Better with Real-Time Data in Trimble Connect

    Betset Serves its Customers Better with Real-Time Data in Trimble Connect

    Betset, one of the largest precast concrete companies in Finland, is taking advantage of real-time, automated and open data exchange in their business.

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  • Building the “the best-looking parking garage in the state”

    Building the “the best-looking parking garage in the state”

    BIM brings value and efficiency also to small precast projects like the award-winning One Theater Square Parking Garage.

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  • Tekla Helps Wayne Brothers Reduce Risk; Improve Client, Owner Value

    Tekla Helps Wayne Brothers Reduce Risk; Improve Client, Owner Value

    Wayne Brothers began looking at 3D modeling software as a way to reduce risk by enabling them to respond quicker to client demands, see concrete and rebar details not visible on 2D drawings.

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  • Luminary: Clash-Free Construction with Model-Based Collaboration

    Luminary: Clash-Free Construction with Model-Based Collaboration

    Luminary, located in Finland, is a multiform high rise building with very strict tolerance demands.

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