All posts of Charlie Portelli

Matt Wash used Konstru at Arup

Guest Post: Matthew Wash, Konstru User (formerly) at Arup

Matthew Wash is a structural engineer in Australia. Matthew spent the last 10 years at Arup working on solutions for interoperability among modeling and analysis tools. We caught up with Matthew when we learned that he had recently left Arup and is about to become a Design Technology Coordinator at BVN Architecture in Brisbane. During […]
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Webinar Q&A and Announcing Our Next Webinar August 24

Yesterday, we did a simple demonstration of Konstru with Excel and Revit for the LIVE webinar called, “Rebuilding your BIM models over and over? You can stop now.” Thanks to everyone who attended and thank you for asking all the tough questions! The full recording of the Webinar is below, followed by the text of […]
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Konstru Updates: Release Notes for July 10 2017

Last week, we released a truck load of updates to the Konstru app. We added some pretty big updates, tweaked and refined a lot of things, and also made some changes that you might not even see, but are sure to make your Konstru experience better. Major Updates to the Konstru App and Integrations SAP2000 […]
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Native Geometry: Part 1 of What makes Konstru different

We built Konstru to solve for several issues within the construction engineering space: all popular BIM analysis and modeling software packages should be interoperable we needed a method of storing and cataloging model updates from various software packages engineers need to compare different models, and be able to revert back to a previous model if necessary […]
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Introducing the New Konstru Desktop Plugins Installer

Prior to our most recent update, we required our users to manually download each individual desktop plugin according to which desktop software packages you use. That method was time consuming for you, our users, and redundant for us because we had to support so many different installers. Now, no matter which of the eight supported […]
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Romancing the Rosetta Stone of the BIM Industry

The original Rosetta Stone was discovered more than 200 years ago. Containing the same message in three different languages including Egyptian Hieroglyphic, Demotic, and Greek, the Rosetta Stone unlocked the language of the ancient Egyptians to the rest of the world. Why does that matter? Understanding the language of one of the most powerful and […]
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