Design of a steel beam to support a staircase within a block of flats.
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Design of a steel beam to support a timber framed garage roof.
Designed a simple beam to support a part pitched and flat roof where a load bearing wall is to be removed in the refurbishment of this public house. The design also included sizing the brick pillars and the foundations to support the beam.
Designed a timber flitched beam to replace a defective timber bressumer beam, on the front elevation of a Grade 2 listed building.
Designed a timber beam to support a defective bay window on this large historical house on the outskirts of Darlington.
Design of a steel beam and pad stones to support an opening in a brick wall for a single storey building.
Undertook the steel beam calculations and the design of the beam to beam connections for the conversion of this four storey retail unit into flats. Also obtained building regulation approval for the calculations.
Design of a grid arrangement of beams to support the new extension and to accommodate the existing two storey detached house that was being altered. These beams obtained Building Regulation Approval and created a fantastic open area at ground floor level between all rooms.
Design of a steel beam (rsj) to support the opening between two rooms for the 5 housing units on this new residential development in Middlesbrough.
Design of a steel beam to support the first floor where the kitchen, at ground floor level, is to be extended to provide additional living space.