“The Museum of the Future stretches structural engineering to its limits and showcases the creativity of what is possible using innovative modeling technology,” said Elbert O. Speidel, A.I.A. professor at California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, and one of the selection committee members. “Tekla was the ideal BIM program to complete the museum and have the kind of detailing and tolerances that are needed in order to construct such an elaborate building.”
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Source: The Museum of The Future.
Even law firms — and Dentons, the world’s largest, is out front — will be needed to write the contracts and guide their clients. Clinton Vince, who heads the U.S. energy practice at Dentons, says the firm has taken the unusual step of establishing a “think tank” within the firm to work on smart cities.
Picture: Galway City, Ireland.