This thesis addresses the use of building information modelling (BIM) for multi-material modelling
and automatic generation of computational model for structural analysis. On the basis of a project
documentation of an existing building, I first described the typical process in the Tekla Structures for
the development of a multi-material 3D construction model. In the second part of the thesis, the model
was then converted into several computational models and analysed in programmes for static analysis.
I showed the process of data exchange between software developed by different vendors via plug-ins.
Finally, the solutions were evaluated to identify their capabilities and shortcomings. In the third part of
the thesis, I described parametric design, e.g., reinforcement and steel element connections, and
created plans and construction drawings in the software Tekla Structures.