What is Tekla Structures?

What is Tekla Structures?

Tekla Structures is the first Building Information Modeling (BIM) software covering the entire structural design process from conceptual design to detailing, fabrication and construction.

Tekla Structures is Building Information Modeling (BIM) software that enables the creation and management of accurately detailed, highly construct able 3D structural models regardless of material or structural complexity.

Tekla models can be used to cover the entire building process from conceptual design to fabrication, erection and construction management. 

Uses of Tekla Structures:
  • Industry Halls
  • Plants
  • Civil structures
  • Stairs & Railings
  • Bridges
  • Offshore constructions
  • Cladding
  • Aluminum structures
Tekla Structures can be used to interface with other existing applications, or solely as a platform to develop a customizable internal solution. It is an open solution that supports interoperability and standardization.
Tekla Structures provides the steel detailing industry with upgraded Xsteel software to manage project information more effectively! All information is drawn from the same intelligent 3D source, so everyone on the project has the ability to simultaneously collaborate in real-time.

Benefits of Tekla Structures:
  • The versatile 3D structural building information modeling (BIM) system provides you with the ability to create all types of complex structures. Steel fabricators, steel detailing offices and engineering companies can now enjoy innovative openness, collaboration, security and reliability never before experienced.
  • You can design and create an intelligent steel model that contains all geometric and structural information pertinent to your project.
  • Tekla Structures is not only steel detailing software, but a flexible integrated solution for the entire structural design process.
Tekla Structures also includes an extensive range of tools to automate the detailing process.

Overall, this greatly increases both project quality and productivity. Errors are minimized; project run-through times are decreased.

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