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STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING

Our structural engineering department is the oldest department, and expertise and experience includes;

  • Basements
  • Soil and rock anchored retaining walls.
  • Foundation solutions including soil improvement, reinforced or mass concrete, piled foundations or raft foundations.
  • Structural frame designs in reinforced, prestressed or post tensioned concrete. structural steel, timber, and composite materials.
  • Alteration and restoration of historically sensitive buildings. These projects require intensive research into historical materials employed and construction methods, and sensitivity to what is being preserved.

TYPES OF PROJECTS UNDERTAKEN INCLUDE;

COMMERCIAL
  • These range in nature from retail centres and hotels to office blocks. The provision of underground parking for these is becoming increasingly popular. The close proximity of other existing buildings, and the need to excavate the basement on the property boundary, often calls for innovative methods of design and construction.
RESIDENTIAL
  • A substantial portion of projects undertaken are residential in nature. The scope of these is extremely varied, and can include;
  • Single residential houses for wealthy individuals, the construction costs of which can often exceed R 40 million (about $ 5 – 6 Million). These are usually technically challenging for a variety of reasons, such as the site topography (often very steep mountain terrain), soil types encountered, the buildings themselves are typically multi-storey, with innovative and challenging architecture, requiring each floor plate being different to the one below.
  • New apartment buildings.
  • Prefabricated building systems, for use as temporary accommodation at remote construction sites, exploration sites and mining locations.
  • Hostel buildings.
INDUSTRIAL
  • A vast variety of different industrial buildings have been designed. These include:
  • Mini-factory developments, some with in excess of 200 mini factories being constructed at one time.
  • Other, conventional factory buildings.
  • Warehousing.
  • Food processing plants.
  • Paper Mills.
  • Aircraft hangers.
OTHERS;
  • Schools.
  • Places of worship.
  • Design of purpose-made rapidly assembled & knock-down systems. These have been used at various exhibition centres, as well as for the stage for the cricket world cup opening ceremony.

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