An Overview of STAAD Advanced Concrete Design

March 22, 2017 Abdul Siraj, P.E.

For those of you working on concrete design projects, you may want to consider using STAAD Advanced Concrete Design from Bentley for your next project. Here is an overview of the product. A transcript of the video is also provided for your convenience.





“Would you like to leverage the maximum amount of benefit from your structural analytical model. Would you like to get detailing and production drawings with minimum effort. Let’s find out how. Let’s see how STAAD advanced concrete design can improve your current workflow and help you produce designs quickly and easily. STAAD advanced concrete design enhances the design of standard structural elements. It has the capability to design and detail elements like beams, columns, slabs, foundations, pile caps, shear walls, and staircases. You can use STAAD advanced concrete design to design, analyze, and detail shapes like L, T and C shapes quickly. Every company has their own design requirements and standards. With STAAD advanced concrete design, you can specify the preferred detailing settings and rebar settings to be used for your projects. STAAD advanced concrete design allows the user to create and manage engineering drawings with a click or two. You can produce comprehensive reinforcing drawings including automated rebar labels, dimensions, and notes as well as rebar placing drawings including sections, plans, and details from your 3d model. It’s easy to get the bill of material or cost of design. You can gain critical insight into concrete design alternatives with comprehensive material takeoffs and cost estimation organized by material, size, and shape. STAAD advanced concrete design is built for engineers around the world. Extend the reach of your business practice and take advantage of global design opportunities by using a wide range of international standards and specifications. Choose STAAD advanced country design to improve your workflow in designing and detailing concrete structures.”