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Trimble releases Tekla 2021 Structural BIM solutions

Trimble has introduced the latest versions of its Tekla software solutions for Building Information Modelling (BIM), structural engineering and steel …

STRUMIS launches updated steel fabrication management system

STRUMIS has released what is claimed to be its most comprehensive and feature-rich version of the steel fabrication management information system. Known as …

Digital Twins

Emerging digital technologies have the potential to help the steel construction industry to be more connected and transparent resulting in increased …

News in Brief: November/December 2019

Steelwork contractor Taunton Fabrications has picked up two awards at Willmott Dixon’s South West Supply Chain Awards ceremony. The company was nominated in …

Collaborative working

Everyone in the industry is accustomed to Requests for Information and while they can be crucial for resolving issues, they can hinder the progress of a …

Fabsec launches updated cellular beam software

Long span cellular beam designer Fabsec, has launched its updated FBEAM 2019 software, which it claims will help steelwork designers achieve greater levels of …

News in Brief: April 2019

Trimble has launched Tekla PowerFab, a new software package for steel fabrication management. Said to have been created specifically for steelwork contractors, …

Tekla bridge software extension spans complete design

Trimble has introduced Tekla Bridge Creator, a new extension for Tekla Structures Building Information Model (BIM) software that is said to integrate the …

News in Brief: January 2019

ArcelorMittal has updated its slim floor design software CoSFB v1.6 to include the UB and UC range of sections from EN 10365:17. CoSFB allows designers to …

Metal decking app launched by SMD

Structural Metal Decks (SMD) has developed a new mobile phone app for architects, designers and engineers. Called SMD Elements® Span Check, the …

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