GSA Building is the ultimate building design software, steel structure design software and steel structure analysis program. It gives engineers all the tools they need to design and analyse even the most complex buildings.
With this intuitive software, engineers can design structural models with skeletal frames and two-dimensional finite elements. GSA Building also combines steel and concrete design, footfall and soil-structure interaction analysis in the same tool. For seamless working, GSA Building is fully integrated with Revit Structure and works to a range of international codes.
Why design concrete slab or wall reinforcement by hand? GSA Building saves time and money by designing reinforcement directly from the analysis results. And if steel beams and columns had to be chopped up into elements for frame analysis, the software puts them back together and designs them automatically. It even analyses how the structure interacts with the ground or predicts the footfall vibration on irregular floors or staircases, whether they’re concrete, steel, or composite.
GSA Building also integrates with BIM applications such as Revit for design coordination across the team.
* GSA Building download link provides trial version of the software.
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