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What materials do you predominately model?


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We asked our Tekla Campus users and 75% stated Steel.

We asked our Tekla Campus users and 75% stated Steel, which is not surprising giving the level of automation that has been occurring in steel fabrication, and how the model delivers integrated design to...

St. Petersburg Polytechnic University and Tekla sign a Strategic Agreement of Cooperation


Wanting to engage students to learn building information modeling (BIM), Tekla and the Institute of Civil Engineering at Peter the Great St. Petersburg Polytechnic University, have signed a strategic Agreement of cooperation to engage students studying in Industrial & Civil Engineering with new innovative tools and strategies. The Institute of Civil Engineering is one of the most respected...

The Best Student BIM Project of 2014


Team Easy Builder, a group of five promising Architectural Engineering students from Chosun University in Gwangji, South Korea, set off to compete in the Tekla Global BIM Awards for students as an opportunity to test what they learned within their BIM Course. Never expecting to win but to challenge their knowledge. However, their dedication, hard work and true team work paid off....

Stress within College Students


Our December Poll Results. We asked our students what they worried about most and the results are in.

Stress within college students in on the rise. What are you most worried about?

Grades – 18% School Work – 15% Money – 20% Find a job upon graduation – 43% Relationships – 5%

43% of our respondents mentioned "Finding a Job upon graduation" was what they worried about most....

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Structural Technician Vacancies at Arup

We are seeking experienced Structural Engineering Technicians to join our Building Engineering London group, a 600 strong team of uniquely skilled people working on a wide variety of prestigious UK and International projects.

The successful candidate will become a permanent member of our creative, friendly team and will work on some of the most...

Most Popular Projects


Our November Poll Results! We asked our students what type of projects they would most like to be involved in and the results are in.

23% Bridges, Tunnels and Roadways 21% Commerical Buildings 5% Education or Hospital Buildings 28% Factory Facilities 19% Stadiums or Entertainment Complexs 5% Process Plants

Take part in our new poll. Login in to your Tekla Campus account and let us know...

Congratulations to our Student Global BIM Winner


Congratulations Team Easy Builder! Winner of the 2014 Student BIM Global Competition. Learn more about our winner, a team of 5 students from Chosun University, South Korea! Read More.

Educational institutions and Tekla outline the future of BIM education at ATC Symposium


On 20 and 21 October 2014, Tekla SEA hosted the first Regional Authorized Training Center (ATC) Symposium, bringing together educators and industry thought leaders from Indonesia, Korea, Malaysia, Singapore and Vietnam for two days of best practice sharing and mutual learning.

Six educational institutions from four countries that are established as Tekla ATCs in Southeast Asia...

Tekla Campus postcard, Poster and Web Banner available


Want to share Tekla Campus with you friends. You can now find a printable Tekla Campus postcard, poster and web banners on the Press and media resources page .

The web banners are perfect for school / organization web pages. Just copy the weblink ( ) and paste...

Trimble technologies presents Week of Civil Engineering at Unicamp


Students received a lot of hands-on exposure to industry leading technologies during Engineering Week Unicamp in the Campinas. The event was organized by the Faculty of Civil Engineering, Architecture and Urbanism and included hands-on training, industry presentations, and exhibits. Students were introduced to Tekla Structures, Sketch-up and received a live demonstration of the new earth...