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Check out what’s new with Tekla 2022

Tekla 2022

Still different, always better

The 2022 Tekla software versions put the future of construction at your fingertips. Keep all project phases and stakeholders in sync with automated and connected workflows. Build cleaner, greener structures with software that supports sustainable construction.

Tekla Structures 2022 

Embrace automation for quicker collaboration, shorter project times, smoother workflows, and effective decisions with Tekla Structures.

Tekla Structural Designer 2022 

Automate your structural analysis and design to tackle the real engineering design challenges: safely, profitably, and sustainably.

Tekla Tedds 2022 

Utilize a brand-new range of easy-to-inspect quality assured calculations with Tekla Tedds 2022.

Tekla PowerFab 2022 

Make better decisions, eliminate errors and deliver quality fabrication projects on time.

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