AllPlan announces latest version of BIM software for bridge design

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AllPlan has released the newest version of AllPlan Bridge, a BIM software specifically designed for bridge engineering.

bridge under construction AllPlan says that the latest software has the ability to simplify the complex task of positioning a bridge (Photo: AdobeStock)

The software company says that the release of AllPlan Bridge 2024 provides users with the tools to optimise designs, speed up project delivery and enhance client value.

AllPlan says that the latest version has the ability to simplify the complex task of positioning a bridge by integrating parametric referencing with a focus on functionality, safety, and aesthetics. 

The new version also expands the capabilities of the existing modelling methods, allowing any element (e.g., girders, piers, decks) to be extracted into a 3D body for versatile use while remaining fully parametric.

Gregor Strekelj, product manager of infrastructure at AllPlan, says, “We are thrilled to introduce the latest release of Allplan Bridge, which marks a significant milestone in our commitment to empowering bridge engineers and design professionals worldwide.

“Our powerful and automated modelling and detailing tools, along with extended structural analysis capabilities, are set to streamline digital design workflows, making them more efficient and effective than ever before.”

The company adds that the latest software has the ability to streamline construction schedules in a single window. In addition to this, the software can handle various load scenarios, including traveller movement, segment assembly, and self-weight application.

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