October 18, 2013

Barton Malow's Use of 3D Modeling Software Improves Concrete Construction Efficiency

Barton Malow used 2D drawings to design its projects until 2008, when it began embracing BIM. Fast-forward four years to 2012, when a few experienced Barton Malow BIM users in the reinforcing steel department decided to investigate whether Tekla Structures—long used as a construction management tool at Barton Malow—would offer the team more capabilities, especially for reinforcing steel and concrete detailing. After a month-long trial, the group adopted Tekla Structures.

Read about how we partnered with Tekla to improve concrete construction efficiency in this month's issue of Concrete Construction magazine.