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To Provide: Building Structural Design, Steel Building Design, Beam and Column Design, Foundation Design, Multi Stored Residential Building and Commercial.

Following International Design Codes & Standards are followed by Design:

ACI CODE-318-19: Building Code Requirements for Structural Concrete and Commentary.

BS 8110: Part 1: 1997 Structural use of concrete - Code of practice for design and construction

BS 8110: Part 2: 1985 Structural use of concrete - Code of practice for special circumstances

ASTM : American Society for Testing and Materials

ASCE 7 – 22, UBC-07- Seismic & Wind Design code

IS 456 (2000), IS: 2062 – specifications for steel for general purposes.

BNBC- 2020

Design Software: Etabs, Sap2000, SAFE, StaadPro, Autocad.



A Telecommute Service for Structural Design All Type of Building (RCC and Steel). It will be an affordable and sustainable Structural Design by Following Latest Standard Design Code(ACI/BS/IS/BNBC).

What is structural engineering?

Structural engineers ensure us all types of buildings/ infrastructure are safe to stay in. Structural design is the methodical exploration of stability, strength and stiffness of structures. The key purpose of structural design is to make sure a structure can resist all applied loads without failure during its intended life.

Structural engineering is imposed to bear vertical or horizontal loads. Vertical loads are known as gravity loads. These weight of all components within a building such as the flooring, walls, tiles, equipment and furnishings.

Horizontal loads are denoted as lateral loads. Lateral loads include wind load with maximum velocity, explosions and earthquakes. These are normally unexpected, hitherto structures must feature a stable design that will prepare them to bear these forces.

The Procedure of Structural Design

The first-time design of the building elements (like slabs, beams, columns, shear walls etc.) is performed based on standard code. Determining the internal forces (like Normal Force, Shear Force, Bending Moments etc.) of each element by using Etabs, SAP2000, SAEF, Staadpro,

It has a straining action based on the initial size, after which, the analysis model should be changed to the new dimension obtained from the previous design and the analysis is run again. Internal forces are obtained and redesigned based on new energy. This repetitive process is repeated until the design of the component is the same in the following two repetitions.

Foundation design: Once the final dimensions of the members are found, the type of foundation method can be selected considering the loading capacity of the soil and the structure. After that detailing and drafting


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Einstein of Structural Engineering

Fazlur Rahman Khan

Fazlur Rahman Khan is known as “the Einstein of structural engineering.” From his initial life in Bangladesh to the revolutionary tube structure that allowed him to shape the modern cityscape, here are five things you need. He was the designer of the Sears Tower, since retitled Willis Tower, the tallest building in the world from 1973 until 1998 and the 100-story John Hancock Center.

Khan's central innovation in skyscraper design and construction was the idea of the "tube" structural system for tall buildings, including the framed tube, trussed tube, and bundled tube variants. His "tube concept", using all the exterior wall perimeter structure of a building to simulate a thin-walled tube, revolutionized tall building design. Most buildings over 40 stories constructed since the 1960s now use a tube design derived from Khan's structural engineering principles. For more detail