27 February, 2022
Trimble revealed ( Trimble, a leading global construction technology company (NASDAQ:TRBM), announced that its solutions have improved and simplified the details and workflow of the design, construction and coordination of the Museum of the Future in Dubai, which opened in 22 February 2022. The project was built using the latest building technology and software, including Trimble’s groundbreaking Tekla Structures solution. Design, where Eversendai introduced Tkla Structures to simplify the workflow and provide it with the requirements of building microfacades. To identify potential complications in various operations such as the construction and installation of roofs, external facades, mechanical, electrical and sanitary works, and reinforced concrete. The use of cloud software allowed the contractor to find appropriate solutions to the problems that emerged in the initial stage of the design, which led to saving a lot of time and resources.
Various project teams used many technical solutions from Trimble during various times. The construction phases of the “Museum of the Future”, where “Trimple Connect” technology was used as a shared data environment (CDE), and the “SysQue” system was used to design the mechanical, electrical and sanitary aspects. The Tekla Structures solution proved useful in designing the highly complex museum structure, and Robotic Total Stations was used to automate designs on the project site. Trimble’s advanced solutions contributed to reducing re-work cycles by up to 65%, increasing productivity by 65% and reducing total energy consumption by 2022 %.
Tekla Structures played an important role in the success of the Eversunday Engineering Middle East project, said Srinivasa Rao Vibarla. “Museum of the Future” due to its high ability in the field of 3D modeling and its flexibility in opening API options that gave us a large space to explore and develop routines to do modeling and details accurately within a relatively short period of time and with a high degree of accuracy. Taking into account the complexities in the geometry and shape of the museum’s structure, as well as providing pre-determined multi-stage construction requirements for computer modeling analysis in engineering and science, Tekla Structures played a vital role in completing the engineering and detail work within the project deadlines.”
“Managing BIM using Takla software has enhanced the project’s efficiency, accuracy and time management process,” said Veparala, in turn, said Paul Wallet, Trimble Regional Director. Solutions Middle East and India: “We are honored to be part of this modern construction project, and the upcoming opening of one of the most beautiful museums in the world. Technological developments have contributed to the enhancement of digital solutions through various methods in the construction sector. Eversenday efficiently used Trimble solutions throughout the construction process, and we are proud of how our product has significantly improved the project’s progress. We encourage the adoption of such advanced technologies and their use in construction projects.”
The impressive “Museum of the Future” structure, spread over an area of 65 1,000 square meters, will serve as a space To showcase various innovations and new technologies, it will also include a research center, laboratory and event hall.
In addition to the Museum of the Future in Dubai, Trimble’s solutions have also been used in the implementation of other iconic projects such as the Burj Khalifa and One Zabeel, the Riyadh Metro, the King Abdullah Petroleum Studies and Research Center, the King Abdulaziz Center for World Culture, the Adly Mansour metro station in Egypt, and the UAE pavilion at the “Expo” 2020 Dubai.
Trimble has become one of the world’s leading providers of growing building solutions by offering a wide range of smart building technology solutions to owners, engineering, contracting, architecture and subcontractors. Its flagship product, Tekla Constructions, is recognized as one of the world’s most advanced building information modeling and structural engineering software solutions.