|This is a partner event organised by Trimble and supported by The Institution of Structural Engineers.
With an ever increasing focus on building information modelling (BIM), it is becoming more and more common for a model to begin life outside analysis & design software.
Join a Trimble Industry Workshop (free for Institution members) at Engineers Ireland, Dublin 4.
This interactive half-day event will explore the engineer’s role in building information modelling; ensuring you use the right software, for the right level of detail, at the right time.
09:30 - Session 1: Welcome
09:45 - Session 2: Tekla Structural Designer - The science behind the software
11:45 - Session 3: Practical delivery of Level 2 BIM
12:30 - Session 4: Why don't engineers detail?
David Sanderson – Product Development Manager, Engineering
David has spent the last 30 years creating and managing the development of market leading analysis & design software for the construction industry. Originally starting his development career with CSC, now Trimble, David has been an integral part of the evolution of software packages primarily for the design of steel buildings.
Cameron Roberts – Regional Sales Manager
Coming from a structural engineering consultancy background in New Zealand, Cam Roberts is responsible for developing new business and maintaining existing clients within the Engineering segment. He has five years experience promoting Trimble’s structural design software and broad knowledge of the construction software market.
Duncan Reed – Digital Process Manager
Duncan comes from a main contracting and design management background and has been a strong advocate for BIM processes and procedures for many years. In his role as Digital Construction Process Manager, Duncan focusses on ensuring customers get the best out of their existing BIM tools. Duncan worked with design consultants, to ensure a fully integrated and collaborative approach to the delivery of projects using BIM workflows.
Stuart Campbell – Regional Sales Manager
Stuart holds a degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Bradford and has been working for Trimble for the past two years as a sales engineer. He generates sales for the analysis and design products, supporting existing users and providing educational seminars. Stuart’s intricate knowledge of Tedds, Tekla Structural Designer and Tekla Structures allows him to provide engineers with guidance and education on how they can improve their design workflow.
This workshop will be of interest to engineers wishing to accrue CPD points.
Register your place on the Tekla website.