Services From AMP Consultants

A brief overview of the services delivered by AMP Consultants


Structural Design Engineering Consultancy

AMP Consultants provides consultancy on site planning and development potential, as well as the building regulations and approvals process. We provide consultancy and support for a wide range of different steelwork project types. This can involve anything from large multi-storey buildings and industrial sheds to aircraft hangers and access platforms.

Our Structural Engineering team is headed by a Chartered Structural Engineer backed up by fully qualified graduate design engineers. Beyond the steelwork we specialise in, the team has extensive knowledge of other building materials and their properties such as concrete, masonry, timber and aluminium.

As with all of our work our structural design engineering always considers the optimum environmentally friendly solutions in terms of materials, construction and ultimately disposal.

Using state-of-the art design engineering software allows us to present our solutions in a visually engaging way to non-engineers, while at the same time using powerful in-built stress analysis tools to achieve cost effect, but robust design solutions.

The designs we produce are Eurocode compliant, fully detailed in 2D and 3D and always produced with consideration of building logistics and the associated on-site health and safety of construction personnel.

We provide detailed drawings of the construction design, liaising with the client at each stage in the process - from drawing board to site completion.

Not all of our structural design engineering is for new builds, we also provide designs for building extensions, or complete builiding re-works in-situ, a good example of which is Littlewick Medical Centre.

If you would like to know more about our structural design engineering, then please get in touch for a no obligation initial consultation.

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