As a fundamental principle of construction, foundations are foundational to the strength and stability of any structure. No matter the size of a building, a foundation is the basis that transfers load to the earth. A poorly constructed foundation can lead to serious structural problems in the future. To support heavy structures such as skyscrapers […]
“Engineered for Stability, Built for Tomorrow”
Welcome to the Structural Engineering Archive. This collection is dedicated to the principles and applications that ensure the stability and longevity of built structures. Through technical analyses and case studies, our articles explore structural engineering in depth, from foundational support to load distribution. We encourage you to immerse yourself in this knowledge and discover how our Structural Engineering Services can support your next project.
Are you reading this article from a structure designed and built to serve as a dwelling or place of residence? If so, you’re currently in a residential building, primarily used for living purposes where people reside, sleep, eat, and carry out other daily activities. Residential buildings take various forms and sizes, and can range from
What do the Eiffel Tower, Sydney Opera House and the Burj Khalifa have in common? As a masterpiece in building construction history, a structure created from seemingly impossible shapes and the tallest freestanding building in the world, each are structural engineering achievements in their own right. These are just a few of the many examples of
Why Underpinning May Be Necessary with Construction Projects A structure is only as strong as its foundation, and sometimes underpinning may be needed. Underpinning is one process of deep foundation, which occurs when a type of foundation is placed at a greater depth below the ground surface and transfers structure loads to the earth at