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Tekla Infrastructure & BIM By Paul Wallett Area Director [email protected] +971 50 551 4796

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Page 1: Tekla Infrastructure & BIM

Tekla Infrastructure & BIM

By Paul Wallett Area Director

[email protected] +971 50 551 4796

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This is Tekla We provide model-based software for

customers in construction, infrastructure and energy industries

worldwide.

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Introduction to Tekla

Tekla is part of structures division of Trimble

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1966

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Tekla Company Worldwide

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Finland

Russia

UK

France

UAE

KSA

Qatar

India

China

Malaysia

South Africa Australia

Philippines

Turkey

Chile

Brazil

USA

Mexico

Canada

Colombia

Singapore Indonesia

Thailand

Spain

Tekla has over 20 offices worldwide and a global network of resellers.

Tekla Office

Reseller

HQ

South Korea

Japan

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Tekla Offices

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102

Building No.3

Dubai Internet City

P.O. Box 500103 Dubai

United Arab Emirates

www.Tekla.com

Dubai Qatar KSA

Tekla Qatar

B-Ring Road

Roudha Al Khail , Street No 220

Building No 66756.

+974 5024 1874

Office 316

Riyadh Gallery Business Center

Olia Road

Riyadh

Saudi Arabia

+966 50 447 2607

[email protected]

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Projects in Tekla Structures Software

Infrastructures Projects

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Projects in Tekla

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Midfield Terminal Building

King Abdulaziz Airport

Salalah Airport

Muscat Airport

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Projects in Tekla

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Peace Bridge

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Projects in Tekla

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Chenab Bridge

Varikko depot bridge

Finland

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Projects in Tekla

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Crusell Bridge Crusell Bridge

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Projects in Tekla Structures Software

Vertical Structures

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August 24, 2015

Sheikh Zayed Mosque Dome

Yas Marina F1 Circuit

Kingdom Tower Riyadh

QPICO Tower Qatar

Ski Dubai

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August 24, 2015

Cleveland Clinic Zayed University

St. Regis Hotel

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August 24, 2015

Shangri La Hotel

KAPSARC

Presidential Palace

Sorbonne University

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17 King Abdullah Sports City

Masdar HQ

National Museum Qatar

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King Abdulaziz Center for World Culture

King Abdullah Financial District

Madinah Airport

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What is BIM?

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Building Information Modeling (BIM) is a digital representation of physical and functional characteristics of a facility. BIM is a shared knowledge resource for information about a facility, forming a reliable basis for decisions during its life-cycle (defined from earliest conception to demolition).

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Government Mandates BIM

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BIM is mandated

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Reduction in costs by implementing BIM

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Collaborative BIM vs. 2D or lonely BIM.

There is a dramatic business improvement moving

from 2D projects to collaborative BIM.

http://www.teklabimsight.com/what-is-bim/path-to-bim

The contractor J. C. Cannistraro, LLC analyzed

cost data from 408 projects performed over 6

years. Their total value was $558,858,574. The

percentage of change orders in relation to all costs

drops significantly when BIM use increases.

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Modeling for construction, not for drawings

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We have seen cases where the costs have

been reduced by 50 % by using BIM.

Having constructability issues sorted out before starting construction will inevitably lead to less errors. Charles Eastman professor Georgia Tech college of Architecture

http://www.tekla.com/company/building-construction/constructability

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23 Bigger, better, cheaper, faster now

Modeling for construction, not for drawings

We develop Building Information Modeling (BIM) software that allows the construction industry work more efficiently. Our BIM software solutions are used around the world to create, combine, manage and distribute accurate, constructible multi-material models of all structures, from residential buildings and offshore platforms to complex landmark structures.

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BIM Tools Really Help

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BIM Technologies

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Accurate, Constructible Infra Models

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BIM software for accurate, constructible modeling of any structure

Key benefits Collaborate and integrate

thanks to open BIM approach.

Model all materials. Handle even the largest,

most complex structures. Create accurate,

constructible models. Let information flow from

design and detailing to construction site.

Tekla Structures

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Tekla Structures

Accurate, Constructible Infra Models

Used For: • 3D modeling • 4D simulation • Materials takeoff & Estimation • Design integration • Design coordination &

communication • Drawing production • CNC linking • Site layout and positing

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Tekla Structures

Accurate, Constructible Infra Models

Used For: • 3D modeling • 4D simulation • Materials takeoff & Estimation • Design integration • Design coordination & communication • Drawing production • CNC linking • Site layout and positing

15.Sep.09 Week 0

Bank Council

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In Progress

Concrete Slab

Concrete Columns

Concrete Walls

Steel

Mshrabiya

Month

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Tekla Structures

Accurate, Constructible Infra Models

Used For: • 3D modeling • 4D simulation • Materials takeoff & Estimation • Design integration • Design coordination & communication • Drawing production • CNC linking • Site layout and positing

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Tekla Structures

Accurate, Constructible Infra Models

Used For: • 3D modeling • 4D simulation • Materials takeoff & Estimation • Design integration • Design coordination & communication • Drawing production • CNC linking • Site layout and positing

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Tekla Structures

Accurate, Constructible Infra Models

Used For: • 3D modeling • 4D simulation • Materials takeoff & Estimation • Design integration • Design coordination & communication • Drawing production • CNC linking • Site layout and positing

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Tekla Structures

Accurate, Constructible Infra Models

Used For: • 3D modeling • 4D simulation • Materials takeoff & Estimation • Design integration • Design coordination & communication • Drawing production • CNC linking • Site layout and positing

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Tekla Structures

Accurate, Constructible Infra Models

Used For: • 3D modeling • 4D simulation • Materials takeoff & Estimation • Design integration • Design coordination & communication • Drawing production • CNC linking • Site layout and positing

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Used For: • 3D modeling • 4D simulation • Materials takeoff & Estimation • Design integration • Design coordination & communication • Drawing production • CNC linking • Site layout and positing

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Tekla Structures

Accurate, Constructible Infra Models

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Tekla Structures

Accurate, Constructible Infra Models

Used For: • 3D modeling • 4D simulation • Materials takeoff & Estimation • Design integration • Design coordination & communication • Drawing production • CNC linking • Site layout and positing

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BIM Technologies

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Fast-Track Value-Engineering

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Analyze and design buildings efficiently

Key benefits Achieve faster design times Establish the best solution

quickly Manage changes easily Maximize profitability and

efficiency

Tekla Structural Designer

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BIM Technologies

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High Quality Communication

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Key benefits Combine and share models Check for conflicts Communicate using notes

The professional tool for construction project collaboration.

TeklaBIMsight

Seattle's massive tunnel makes travel safer – with Tekla BIMsight

“In BIM collaboration, we utilized the models in

weekly all-discipline coordination meetings. With all of the discipline models loaded into Tekla BIMsight, we were able to see conflicts and possible

design changes.”

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BIM Technologies

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Mobile Your Project for better Stakeholders Transparency

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Key benefits Easily view and navigate

your 3D models Share your models within

the project Collaborate with the

project team

BIM collaboration in your pocket.

Tekla Field 3D

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BIM Technologies

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Improve Documentation Processes

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Key benefits Increase productivity Transparent calculations Minimize errors

Powerful software to automate your repetitive Civil/Structural calculations

Tekla Tedds

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Real Examples (Bridges & Railway Models)

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Gare de Mons

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Real Examples (Bridges & Railway Models)

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E.Pihl & Son Bridge BIM project

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This video shows how Danish contractor, E.Pihl & Son, used BIM in a Cast-in-Place concrete bridge project in Denmark and Sweden. See how they use the model on construction site management and how they have integrated model-based, accurate data even to the Celsa rebar factory production line.

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E.Pihl & Son Bridge BIM project

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Fully parametric model Easy manage the model changes Central model for all the project participants Procurement & fabrication of reinforcement Collusion checking to solve the model issues

Transferring the model reinforcement information to the ERP system (CELSA)

Automatic reinforcement fabrication production by using Tekla CELSA BIM technology

Number of rebar, size, cutting length, weight & all the measurements.

Accurate cut & bend from Tekla BIM 3D model information

Rebar marked with tags and shipped to the site If using traditional methods, errors would need to be

correct at site, which will cost time and money Minimize the cutting and bending on site and reduce

the waste of material

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E.Pihl & Son Bridge BIM project

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Reduce a lot of time from the 3D visualization ease of understanding

The 3D models made it easy for communication between office and site people

20 - 25 errors using the traditional method of working from the procurement side

Which will cost of doing a lot of cutting and bending on site

New way of working, narrow down to 0 – 2 errors by doing clash checking before work starts on site

Same work in 7 -9 days instead of 23 workdays for the reinforcement work

Production time has reduced to 2/3

BIM is expanding to all the project parties in the company

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Thanks by Paul Wallett

Area Director

[email protected]

+971 4 391 5649