Te Whāriki Subdivision
This 350-Lot subdivision in Lincoln required numerous challenges to be addressed during the design and construction phases, and offers residents more than just a home.
Our team bring together extensive experience in the complete design, specification, supervision and certification of structures in most construction materials, including structural steelwork, reinforced and pre-stressed concrete, reinforced masonry, timber and stainless steel.
A structural assessment report would generally include the following:
Our structural engineers work collaboratively with our civil engineering team ensure all civil structures are designed for the best outcomes.
These often include:
Fraser Thomas’ Structural Engineers can provide Seismic Assessments of Existing Buildings which is now required as the assessment component of the earthquake prone building regulations and EPB Methodology which came into force on 1 July 2017.
An Initial Seismic Assessment (ISA) provides a broad indication of the expected performance of a building taking into account its type and age of construction, local seismicity, ground conditions and usage. Depending on the outcome, we may need to carry out a more comprehensive Detailed Seismic Assessment (DSA). A DSA may ultimately result in the requirement for seismic strengthening to the building.
From designing retaining walls and buildings of any size and providing draughting services, through to assessing the stability of new and existing structures or refurbishments, Fraser Thomas can get your construction off to a solid start.
We have worked on many projects and varying structure types including: