Structural Engineering

It is a field of engineering dealing with the analysis and design of structures that support or resist loads.
Structural engineering theory is based on physical laws and empirical knowledge of the structural performance of different materials and geometries. Structural engineering design utilizes a number of simple structural elements to build complex structural systems.

  • Professional Insurance
  • Materials (Timber / Steel / Concrete / Masonry)
  • New Build
  • Alterations and Extensions
  • Attic / Barn Conversions
  • Cast-in-place Concrete Frame Structures
  • Pre-Cast Concrete Frame Structures
  • Post-Tensioned Concrete Frame Structures
  • Steel Moment Frame Structures
  • Steel Braced Frame Structures
  • Hybrid Structures
  • Timber Frame Structures
  • masonry Structures
  • Reinforced Solid Concrete Slabs
  • Hollow Core Slabs
  • Ribbed and Waffle Slabs
  • Trusses (Steel, Wood, Aluminum)
  • Isolated Pad Foundations
  • Mat/Raft Foundations