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Structural Innovation’s 10th Anniversary in Structural Engineering Services
Published on September 10, 2018 by Structural Innovations in Structural Engineering

A leader in structural engineering services, Structural Innovations Engineering & Consulting, PC is happy to announce it’s 10th anniversary. Structural Innovations was founded in 2008, and we’ve been providing high level structural engineering services ever since. Over those 10 years, much has changed. Shortly after our company was founded, the nation’s economy rapidly contracted in the […]


Thermal Considerations According to Steel Structures
Published on August 27, 2015 by Structural Innovations in Structural Engineering

Building design requires more thought than just enough substance to support its own weight. Thermal considerations are important to the structural engineer to provide energy efficiency to a building. Heating and cooling averages 25% of energy costs in a commercial building and 40% in residential. Due to rising costs of power and environmental concerns this […]


Civil vs. Structural Engineers: Distinguishing Between The Disciplines
Published on April 6, 2015 by Structural Innovations in Structural Engineering

Structural engineers and civil engineers operate in similar arenas and people often confuse the roles and responsibility of each. This month our team would like to help you distinguish between the two fields with the information found in this article. Structural Engineers Structural engineering is a sub-division of civil engineering. It involves the analysis, design, construction […]


Five Essential Qualities of a Structural Engineer You Should Work With
Published on February 17, 2015 by Structural Innovations in Structural Engineering

Structural engineering involves analysis and design of structures that can withstand any operating and environmental loading conditions. Structural engineers work closely with other professionals in the construction industry. They engage in every phase of the project; from the onset to its completion. To be a great structural engineer, one must have these five qualities. Creative […]


Structural Engineering with Shipping Containers
Published on June 5, 2014 by Structural Innovations in Structural Engineering

A modern invention resulting from the globalization of the world economies has been the steel shipping container. Steel containers are utilized today to transport finished products from developing to developed economies. Conversely, the containers are also used to transport recyclable goods from developed to developing economies to fuel the demand of raw materials needed for […]


Structural Innovations Goes Hollywood!
Published on April 14, 2014 by Structural Innovations in Structural Engineering Structural Inspections

Structural Innovations has had the great opportunity to work with production crews of hit TV series such as Banshee and Homeland! Our role has varied between performing site safety analyses to determine if existing structures are safe to work in and around, to performing load-rating analysis of existing structures for support of production equipment (i.e. lighting, […]


What Can A Structural Engineer Firm Do For You?
Published on February 10, 2014 by Structural Innovations in Structural Engineering

Have you been wondering how structures like Eiffel tower in France or the tallest building in Dubai came into being? These ingenious pieces of engineering came into being through the knowledge of structural engineers. So what is structural engineering? It’s a branch of engineering that deals with design and analysis of structures to resist or support […]


The Best When It Comes To Covering Your Home: Steel Roofing
Published on December 3, 2013 by Structural Innovations in Roofing Structural Engineering

The best upgrade you can do to your home is to install a steel roof. It’s also an investment that costs you once and lasts for over 30 years. It’s durable and resistant to inclement weather conditions, and just what your home needs for long lasting protection from the harsh elements. Whether it’s straight or […]