Building and construction sector play a key role in the local economy with a large number of public and private projects being scheduled for this year. In order to pursue productivity in their workplaces, construction companies turn to Technology which can be used for fast, economical and reliable construction.
To further increase productivity, the construction companies need an accurate and comprehensive 3D tool to streamline their workflow. Tekla Corporation provides an answer to this demand with its innovative software, which is a Building Information Modelling (BIM) tool for the whole construction workflow. Tekla structures is more than design and detailing software for the construction industry. The software is the most accurate and comprehensive parametric 3D BIM tool in the market that streamlines the entire workflow from sales, bidding, cost estimation and conceptual design to detailing, fabrication, erection and follow-up.
Tekla provides the construction industry with material independent software that easily integrates concrete with steel frames or any other structures or building material to promote efficient collaboration and workflow throughout a construction project. Tekla Structures for precast concrete was introduced in 2004 and is currently used by almost 500 client around the world. In February 2011, Tekla launched a new free application for construction project cooperation, Tekla BIM sight software that allows Construction Industry to share their building information with all the other disciplines involved in a project.
Tekla software allows steel as well as concrete designers and fabricators to collaborate with contractors and subcontractors to win more tenders and deliver higher quality products through efficient sharing of building information. With Tekla, Building Information Modelling means wider usage of the structural model, ensuring error free coordination and management of any material in any stage of design, detailing, fabrication and construction.
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