Commercial Structural Engineering

Commercial structural engineering services involve the design, analysis, and construction of structures used for commercial purposes. Commercial structures may include office buildings, retail stores, warehouses, hotels, industrial facilities, and other non-residential buildings.

Commercial structural engineering services typically include:

  1. Structural design: Developing designs for commercial buildings that meet the specific requirements of the project, such as the size and intended use of the structure, as well as local building codes and regulations.

  2. Structural analysis: Conducting thorough analyses of commercial structures to ensure that they can withstand anticipated loads, such as wind, seismic forces, or snow loads.

  3. Foundation design: Developing foundation designs that provide sufficient support for the building and prevent it from settling or shifting over time.

  4. Specialized services: Pre-engineered metal building foundation design, post-frame construction, cold form metal framing and retaining wall design (up to 10ft).

Commercial structural engineering services require a deep understanding of the specific needs of commercial buildings, as well as the technical knowledge necessary to design safe and efficient structures. These services play a critical role in ensuring that commercial buildings are safe, functional, and meet the needs of their occupants.