The company uses the latest Tekla software to create, implement and test our designs.
Models created with Tekla software carry the accurate, reliable and detailed information needed for successful Building Information Modelling and construction execution. Tekla works with all materials and is used on the most complex structures. The benefits of using this softwarefor structural steel projects:-
Precise steel detailing
100% accuracy for all drawings
Library of structural steel components
3D environment ensuring error-free collaboration
Always up-to-date drawings
Simplified project revisions
Accurate Material ordering lists & take-offs
Collaboration with other trades
Using our knowledge & software, we can also provide 3D virtual models via Tekla BIMsight We can export our models to IFC files which can be opened with the majority of industry software. We can also import & convert IFC files created by others e.g Engineers or Architects. This information exchange has great benefits in coordinating building design & construction sequences, as well as highlighting any potential clashes.
We are proud to say that we currently provide BIM Level 2 conformity within our area of supply. The Government implemented a mandate in April 2016 for a minimum of Level 2. From April 2016 all originators will generate their 2D Construction drawings from a 3D model. These individual models are brought together and federated. This allows analysis and clash detection to take place ensuring that the installation is fitted once and correctly.
Four Bay Structures use Tekla Structures to build a 3D model from reference models, drawings or documentation provided to us through the CDE. Spatial coordination is a default output of our fully 3D workflow. As the model is developed checks are carried out at regular points, and prior to the issue of an IFC to the wider team, to ensure that any clashes within the steel frame itself are resolved. In addition the use of reference models imported into our system from our supply chain members on the project, can allow Four Bay Structures to create a coordinated model.
We comply with the requirements for information sharing as described in PAS 1192-2:2013 and the CPIx BIM Execution Plan template.