Although a structural engineer doesn't necessarily need to know how to physically build the structure, he should be knowledgeable in the concept of "constructability" in order to provide a solution that is buildable, practical and cost-efficient for the homeowner.
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We're renovating our home and made significant changes to the layout requiring removal of load-bearing walls. We don't have a general contractor so have been dealing with all of the trades/subcontractors ourselves. Rigid Frame did the plans, permit and work...
We have worked with Shawn for years. His drawings are accurate, he is fully engaged and easy to talk to. I highly recommend his services.
S.S. performed the structural engineering for my $4 million Toronto custom home. Using the architect's CAD files, Shawn was able to quickly create structural engineering drawings for footings, joists runs, steel beams and steel load-bearing posts. When on-site revisions to...