About StruSoft2023-09-18T15:29:56+02:00

About StruSoft

StruSoft is an innovative Swedish software company with more than 40 years of experience developing specialist applications for structural analysis, design, 3D modelling, collaboration and energy for the building industry.

Our aim is to make life easy for our Users who work with analysis, design, manufacture and assembly of buildings. Our software helps Users save time and money by increasing the quality, efficiency, and productivity in many aspects of the construction workflow.

We develop our software in close cooperation with our Users, with a visionary and innovative approach to structural analysis and design. With outstanding technical performance and User friendly interfaces, our software portfolio generates insights and the necessary knowledge for handling complex, mission-critical building challenges.

Our hallmark is developing outstanding software functionality in combination with advanced features and unrivalled support. That’s why we are trusted by 2,000+ Clients with 20,000+ Users in over 40+ Countries.

Today we are a group of over 200 employees with local offices established in more than 13 countries.

We have local sales and support offices in Sweden, Denmark, Finland, UK, Romania, Hungary, Poland, Estonia and India. Our software development centres are established in Sweden, Denmark, Hungary, Romania and India.

Our Headquarters are located in Malmö, Sweden.

We are committed to providing the best service and local support in every market.

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Milestones

2023 – StruSoft HQ moves to new office in Malmö, Sweden
2022 – New Group holding company, Civenso, established
2022 – New sales office opened in Poland
2021 – StruSoft Group exceeds 200 employees workforce
2021 – Acquisition of Space Gass
2021 – Acquisition of Matrix Software
2021 – Acquisition of BuildSoft NV
2020 – StruSoft exceeds 140 employee workforce
2020 – StruSoft acquires JIGI and branch office founded in Helsinki, Finland.
2019 – Vind acquires StruSoft
2019 – New sales and marketing office opened in Romania
2018 – StruSoft exceeds 100 employees workforce
2017 – StruSoft opens a separate office for IMPACT Business Unit in Malmö
2017 – New office founded in the Philippines
2016 – StruEngineers AB, a subsidiary company founded in Sweden
2015 – StruSoft EST OÜ, a subsidiary company founded in Estonia
2015 – StruSoft Group exceeds 50 employees workforce
2014 – StruSoft opens a sales office in Turkey
2014 – StruSoft changes name from Structural Design Software in Europe AB to StruSoft AB
2013 – StruSoft Australia, a subsidiary company founded in Australia
2012 – StruSoft DK, branch office founded in Denmark
2011 – StruEngineers (India) Pvt. Ltd., a subsidiary company founded in India
2009 – StruSoft UK, branch office founded in England
2008 – New StruSoft sales office founded in Dubai
2006 – Purchase of own office building in Malmö (Villa Suprême)
2002 – Structural Design Software in Europe AB is founded as an independent private company
1999 – Skanska combines all computer activities including Skanska Software into Skanska IT Solutions
1997 – Skanska Kft is founded as a development company for FEM-Design in Hungary (today StruSoft Kft)
1997 – Skanska Software AB founded
1993 – Purchase of Convergensia CAD, which will be the basic platform for FEM-Design
1991 – Development of IMPACT starts
1989 – Skanska Software develops the first Microsoft Windows program (WIN-Statik) in Sweden
1986 – Skanska’s computer department establishes Skanska Software as a separate business unit
1982 – Skanska Construction starts co-operation with Arup in England regarding software for analysis and design (Oasys – a basic platform for current WIN-Statik)

StruSoft Blog

Precast Detailing in IMPACT for Revit – A Webinar series of 3 (Watch it now)

2024-05-16|Categories: Blog, IMPACT|Tags: , , , , , |

Discover IMPACT for Revit by tuning in to our webinar series on Precast Detailing Throughout the first quarter of 2024, we hosted a series of three webinars with more than 200 people signing up. These sessions covered essential modeling tools and introduced new features for various elements: Part I: [...]

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