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Design and manufacturing with computer software

In this article NSC examines how computer software supports the full steelwork design and manufacturing process, the benefits it delivers to the steel …

SSDA reaches 50

Having started in 1969, the Structural Steel Design Awards are this year celebrating their 50th anniversary. In the first of a series of articles, NSC looks …

From BIM to mixed reality technology

The construction industry is taking BIM to a new level with mixed reality technology, says Steve Jackson of Trimble Solutions (UK) Ltd, who explains the …

An introduction to computer software for steel design and fabrication

Steelwork contractors are often held up as being in pole position in terms of the introduction of and increasing use of BIM. In this article, NSC looks at how …

It’s one small step into a BIM process

Just as the steel industry has developed massively over the last 20 years, so has Tekla software from Trimble. In fact, since 1966 Tekla has been providing …

Software for steel construction

NSC takes a look at the computer software sector which today forms an integral part of design and construction. The steel construction sector has been using 3D …

Steel projects come to the fore at Tekla Awards

Trimble has announced the winners of the UK Tekla Awards 2016, which will now be entered into the Tekla Global BIM Awards. The awards focus on projects of all …

News in Brief: July 2016

Software specialists Trimble and Autodesk have entered into an interoperability agreement aimed at saving customers time and reducing project costs typically …

News in Brief April 2016

Billington Holdings has announced pre-tax profits of £3.1M for the period ending 31 December 2015, up by 63.2% on the previous year. Revenue increased by …

Steel for Life gathers pace

The first sponsors have signed up to the constructional steelwork supply chain’s new market development programme, Steel for Life, which has been established …

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