Trimble Solutions (UK) has appointed a new Business Development Manager to overlook the steel segment of the company.
Steve Insley will build on his 20 years of industry experience to develop relationships with both new and existing customers in order to maintain Trimble’s position within the industry.
Having started off as a fabricator, Steve has since moved to the strategy and commercial side of the industry, providing him with an extensive knowledge of the sector, including structural BIM design.
Commenting on his appointment, Steve said: “[Trimble] has by far the best integrated structural design and analysis, and detailing software solutions available on the market, with Tekla Structural Designer, Tekla Tedds and Tekla Structures.
Trimble also understands what its customers need in terms of enabling the most efficient structural workflow, from concept through to construction, to offer the best return of investment, and this is something I wanted to be a part of.”
Visit the Tekla software website for more information about its integrated structural design and detailing software solutions.
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