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Industry News Roundup: December 13December 13, 2013
This week’s news resources:
The Shenandoah River Bridge uses 6,325 tons of structural steel in its five-girder, four-substringer design where each girder has its own line of delta legs. Learn more about the bridge at Modern Steel.
Submissions are increasing for the UK's National BIM Library. The library currently contains over 5,000 proprietary and preconfigured objects including components for all major building areas including walls, ceilings, roofs, and floors. Learn more about the library at CAD User.
While small-to-medium construction firms have been slow to adopt BIM, the benefits of doing so are immediate. Learn more about the benefits at AEC Magazine.
In case you missed our latest blog post:
Design Data partner Voortman, unified its branding into a new corporate identity. Meet Voortman Steel Group. Read all about the rebrand in the blog post.