Structural design determines the type of structure that is suitable for a particular purpose, the materials to be used, the loads and other actions that the structure must sustain, and the arrangement, layout and dimensions of its various components.

Building Information Modeling (BIM) has moved the structural engineering industry to a time where changes and improvements have become constant. Structural engineers are continually adapting and improving, and the development plateau is nowhere in sight. The first big step was to adopt a three-dimensional (3D) software, such as Revit or Tekla. Switching software was a huge jump, and some structural engineers are still figuring out how to operate within that new tool. Throughout the industry there are varying BIM workflows – multi-disciplinary coordination in 3D is common, clash detection and construction sequencing also occur, and even some fully connected models are being created and offered as a construction deliverable.

Antennas EME Exclusion Zones

Prior to Revision 6, the Antennas EME Exclusion Zones drawing (‘R1’), when provided, showed occupational and general public EME exclusion

Optus site inspection instruction

Inspections The Supplier will notify Optus at least 24 hours in advance of inspections required or requested to be made

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Term / Abbreviation Description AB AS Built CAD Computer Aided Drafting Check-In Process within the OPTUS Drawing Management System where