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What is Structural Engineering?

Structural Engineering is an important discipline of civil engineering. These engineers are in charge of validating the strength and rigidity of buildings. 

When beginning a renovation project, assessing the structural properties of the project is one of the first and most important steps. In the case of assessing architectural designs; it is a structural engineer’s job to make sure that the plans are structurally sound. In the event that this is not considered, it could lead to catastrophic failure of the structure. These engineers can spend years training in qualifications at university, or gaining relevant work experience; so they can become certified structural engineers. When we undertake projects at Munday + Cramer, our fully certified structural engineers provide advice and insight into each project. This is to ensure the quality, longevity and strength of each project can last for generations to come.

Professional services for Southend shop-fit

Munday + Cramer are providing a range of professional services to support a major shop-fit scheme in Southend’s busy High Street. Working for Cube Developments, M+C are providing surveying and structural services to facilitate the shop-fit for a leading international brand. Requiring expansive retail areas, a number of key structural procedures are required, including: Moving of stair from retail area to back office Levelling of floors throughout retail area Raising ceiling heights Creation of new steel structure to enable removal of existing structural columns The work is currently on-site.

Structural Surveys – Metropolitan Housing

Munday + Cramer secure another appointment from a new client. Hot on the heels of William Borlase’s Grammar School; Metropolitan Housing Trust have commissioned M+C to carry out structural surveys to staircases in a block on their Clapham Park Programme. Working with the social housing provider; M+C will undertake the structural surveys and coordinate the design of new steel replacements. The block is undergoing a wider stairwell refurbishment to maintain standards within the development. Steel replacements have been selected to ensure compliance with the Building Regulations and offer greater longevity. The scheme adds yet another social landlord to the list for M+C, which also includes […]

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