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Tekla Webinar: Tekla Structures for Tilt-Up Projects.
Students want to build your future in Building Construction. We have 2 new ways to improve your skills.
Students do you want to build your future in building construction. Do you want to be part of the team that creates the next iconic structures? Tekla Structures is your tool and you can learn this tool with the help of our newly appointed authorized training centers.
Students show off their skills during the Steel2Real Competition. In May students competed in the 2nd International Student Projects Competition Steel2Real 2017. This year the competition committee received 200 applications from students located in Russia, Belarus, Ukraine, Armenia and even the USA.
Benefits of Constructible Models for Structural Engineers.
Tekla Webinar: Discover Algorithmic Modelling for Tekla Structures Using Rhino/Grasshopper
The new Tekla Structures 2017 student version available for download. Students working with Tekla Structures just got easier and quicker! Tekla Structures 2017 includes a customizable user interface, contextual toolbar and enhancements that make modeling quicker and easier and design communication more effective.
Be it your first position after graduation or a summer job, you will need to get through an interview. However, there are certain surefire ways to screw up your chances to land that dream position. Here are five steps to not getting hired.
At the end of March, the Associated General Contractors of America (AGCA) announced the $400-million renovation of the Daytona International Speedway’s grandstand in Florida was the most significant construction project of 2016. But this is not the first award it receives: It is the best sports and recreational project in Tekla Global BIM Awards 2015.
Finding a topic for your thesis can be nerve-wracking and the research process somewhat trying, but many topics can prove very interesting and rewarding. Antonia Tarusova is a graduate student who just completed her master’s thesis at the Department of Structural Steel of Ruhr-Universität Bochum in Germany.