Assessment undertaken for the removal of three walls in this detached house and supporting the structure in these areas using steel beams.
Design of a beam to replace a timber purlin that had been infected by dry rot and woodworm infestation.
Design of a ‘T’ shape arrangement of steel beams at ground floor level to allow nearly all of the load bearing walls to be removed.
Design of 3 beams to support a large loft conversion in this semi detached house.
Designed a beam to support the roof to allow a dormer extension to be constructed on the rear elevation of this semi-detached bungalow.
Design of a steel beam to create an opening in a first floor wall for a new access to a bathroom in this two storey mid terraced house.
A number of steel beams were designed to support walls, floors, roofs and independent structures on this site where a number of buildings were housed to form a petrol station.
Design of two steel beams to support a loft conversion. The beam calculations were approved by Building Control.
Design of 4 replacement beams to support the front elevation where existing timber beams had deteriorated.
Design of 3 steel beams to support new openings on the rear elevation of this detached house to open up the building where a new conservatory is to be installed.