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Leave your mark in society (in the most literal sense possible!)


Leave your mark in society. Most of us dream about leaving a mark in society, making a difference or expressing ourselves through our talents and expertise. As a structural engineer you may not be far from reaching such dreams as growing population, demands for social and environmental sustainability and new technologies create new requirements and opportunities for the construction industry....

Prepare for a whole new Tekla Campus experience!


Tekla Campus is about to be reborn with new content and fresh features for your learning pleasure. We are adding brand new learning material and implementing a course-like learning system to get you started with the basics of Tekla Structures. Tekla Campus will also feature insights on opportunities opened up by Tekla Structures in the life after graduation.

Here is what you can do in...

Maintenance break on Thursday, 16th January


There will be a maintenance break on the services provided by Tekla Campus on Thursday, 16th January, starting at 2 PM (EEST, UTC/GMT +3 hours, daylight saving time). The break will last for about an hour.

During the break you will not be able to login to the Tekla Campus website using your Tekla account, or start Tekla Structures Learning as the maintenance break affects the handling...

Tekla boosts BIM education with scholarships


Two students at the Institute of Technical Education (ITE) in Singapore, participating the Higher Nitec in Civil & Structural Engineering Design course, have been awarded with scholarships sponsored by Tekla. The scholarship programme is the first-of-its-kind in Singapore that is offered in the field of BIM software training, and is specifically tailored to provide the students with...

Tekla Global BIM Awards 2013 student category winners announced


Tekla Global BIM Awards is a global Building Information Modeling competition to celebrate the achievement in Building & Construction industry. This year for the first time, Tekla Global BIM Awards also had student contestants.

The best student project was...

New version available


We have released a new version of Tekla Structures Learning. You can now download Tekla Structures Learning 19.1 Service Release 1 in the Download section. This version includes important fixes and improvements, for example, in reinforcement components. To read more about the fixes, see the...

Tekla Global BIM Awards for Student


Tekla Global BIM Awards is an annual global Building Information Modeling competition to celebrate the achievements of our customers in the Building & Construction Industry. The student category has been added to the competition to highlight the talents of budding civil, structural engineering and construction management students worldwide. The competition offers a venue for students to...

First extension for Tekla Campus now available


Extensions are applications that can be developed and used on top of Tekla Structures. They can be small tools, automated commands or links to other software.

We are happy to announce that the first extension called 3Dconnexion Device Installer is now available in Tekla Campus. You will find it in Download > Additional downloads > Extensions .

With this extension you can...

Top 5 success tips for engineering students


As a future engineer, you have already realized that mastering the tools of the trade is a must to succeed in your career. Your employer will particularly appreciate the IT skills you have when you enter your first real engineering job.

Software providers recognize the need of the industry to employ tech savvy graduates and work together with universities and educational institutions...

Gardens at Bay

Use Cases
Gardens at Bay will have conservatories that will bring in plants native to more temperate climates as well as themed gardens that explore the different cultural traditions that make up Singapore. And drawing attention to these are 18 giant steel and concrete trees, between 25 m to 50 m high. These Supertrees, as they are called, consist of concrete trunks with a canopy made of a complex of steel...