Project Portfolio

This is what we do. Due to confidentiality agreement, we weren't able to publicly share some of the projects. However, here are some examples for your reference.

Inspire Childcare Centre DoncasterActive Rehab Seismic Design Reg 126Mansfield aged careOrbost Aged Care 380 St Kilda road Seismic Design500 Bourke Street Melbournethomas embling hospital john holland Reg 126Target Distribution Centre  Truganina VIC 3029University Of Melbourne Medical School Seismic Design Reg 126catholic regional college caroline springs Seismic Reg 126Marymede Catholic College Seismic Restraints Design Reg 126Northcote Aquatic Centre Seismic Soffit Framing DesignVanhomes Engineering Design Reg 126Scape Student Accommodation 130 Leicester Street in Carlton Kapitol ArchiengGreenspan Cedarspan Reg126 Form 15RIVERINA ENERGY STORAGE SYSTEM Reg 126 Shipping Container

Civil Engineering Excellence

Our civil engineering projects have redefined Melbourne's urban landscape. We have designed efficient transportation systems, state-of-the-art water management solutions, and sustainable urban development plans that promote a better quality of life for the city's residents.

Structural Engineering Excellence

One such marvel lies in the realm of non-load bearing framing design, where engineers have achieved incredible feats in creating partition walls and seismic ceilings that are not only functional but also architecturally inspiring.

Partition walls are more than just dividers; they are essential for defining spaces within buildings, ensuring privacy, and enhancing the overall aesthetics of interior design. In recent years, structural engineers have revolutionized partition wall design, moving beyond traditional materials and methods to create lightweight, flexible, and visually stunning solutions.

Fire Engineering Expertise

In an era where fire safety is paramount, our fire engineering solutions have played a pivotal role in safeguarding lives and property. Our expertise utilises passive fire protection using various building materials such as plasterboard, fibre cement, Hebel, Speedpanel in fire engineering the creation of fire compartmentalisation.

One of the standout innovations is the use of fire-rated plasterboard in lightweight framing. This material offers exceptional fire resistance, often exceeding the required safety standards. It is also lightweight, making it an ideal choice for partition walls in various types of buildings and compliant with NCC for FRL fire performance.

Seismic Design AS1170.4 australia form 15 Regulation 126

Seismic Engineering Resilience

Structural engineers have risen to the challenge by developing seismic ceiling designs that not only protect occupants but also maintain the aesthetic appeal of interior spaces. Suspended ceiling systems have become a standard choice for seismic resilience. These systems are designed to absorb and dissipate seismic forces, reducing the risk of ceiling collapse during an earthquake, and seamlessly blend with architectural designs. The designed ceiling can be integrated with fire protection and lighting systems

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PREPARE A DESIGN TO ACHIEVE THE SEISMIC REQUIREMENTSOF SECTION 8 OF AS 1170.4-2007For Class 2-9 buildings, Section 8 of AS 1170.4 provides information about certain non-structural building parts and components that would need to be designed to resist horizontal and vertical earthquake forces.THE CONTRACTOR IS RESPONSIBLE FOR ALL DESIGN, CERTIFICATION AND INSTALLATION OF ALL ELEMENTS AS REQUIRED BY PART B OF THE NATIONAL CONSTRUCTION CODE FOR SEISMICMOVEMENT IN ACCORDANCE OF AS1170.4-2007DURING CONSTRUCTION UNDERTAKE INSPECTIONS &CONFIRM COMPLIANCE WITH THE DESIGN INTENT AND PROVIDE REGULATION 126 CERTIFICATE OF COMPLIANCE(BUILDING WORKS) TO THE SATISFACTION OF THE RELEVANTBUILDING SURVEYOR. PREPARE A DESIGN TO ACHIEVE THE SEISMIC REQUIREMENTS OF SECTION 8 OF AS 1170.4-2007Therefore, in order to comply with AS 1170.4, the design of the above parts and components must be carried out for earthquake actions by one of the methods provided in Section 8 (i.e. using established principles of structural dynamics, or using the general or simplified methods expressed in Clauses 8.2 or 8.3 of Section 8).All buildings must comply with AS 1170.4, except for some domestic Class 1a or 1b buildings less than 8.5m in height