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Retaining Walls Design and Structural Integrity of Existing Walls

Retaining Walls Design and Structural Integrity of Existing Walls

Retaining walls are a common feature of all construction sites. Despite being relatively simple structures, the development and conception of retaining walls prior to construction is not founded in proper Engineering principles set out in the relevant Australian Standard, AS 4678-2002, Earth Retaining Structures.

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Structural Engineering Service for Wall Removal or Wall Opening

Structural Engineering Service for Wall Removal or Wall Opening

As a result of a colonial influence, many Australian homes were built with privacy and cold climates in mind. Recent Architectural trends and consumer preferences have seen a shift towards living areas being more open to facilitate social interaction, entertaining, and a more pleasing living space aesthetic.

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How To Mitigate or Stop Tree Root Damage?

How To Mitigate or Stop Tree Root Damage?

Trees, shrubs and gardens planted close to a structures often prove damaging to the structure. Tree roots cause moisture changes and can lift footings. Tree roots grow well beond he circle of their exterior leafage.

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Dilapidation Reports on Buildings and Infrastructure

Dilapidation Reports on Buildings and Infrastructure

Dilapidation Reports are either required for two reasons. First, a Local Council might impose the need for a report pursuant to a Development Approval. Second, the prudence of an owner or building professional aware of the litigious nature of the building industry might deem it necessary to have such a report.

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Expert Advice on Repairing & Halting Concrete Spalling

Expert Advice on Repairing & Halting Concrete Spalling

Concrete spalling is often termed concrete cancer. Its main symptom is concrete flaking from the surface of the affected area accompanied by nearby staining. Staining can be a first symptom, with a commonly held misconception being it is caused by the weathering process.

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Structural Design and Advice for Residential dwellings

Structural Design and Advice for Residential dwellings

Structural Engineers advise on matters relating to the design of structures that support or resist loads. They are qualified professionals who are responsible for the structural design of any structure. This is contrasted to the role of an Architect who might conceptualise the visual and operational aesthetic of a structure. If you are building a structure regulated by law, you will need the services of a Structural Engineer.

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Structural Engineering Service for Impact Damage Building

Structural Engineering Service for Impact Damage Building

Impact damage often presents situations where the professional services of a Structural Engineer are required to advise a concerned property owner of the proper course of action moving forward.
Whilst damage can present the obvious need for structural rectification or remedial works, the extent and scope of such rectification required can sometimes be unclear.

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