Posts Categorized: Responsibilities of a Structural Engineer

The Daily Responsibilities of a Structural Engineer

In the past, we’ve talked about what a structural engineer does while on the job and why you need one, but we know that a lot of people are bound to have questions about what it is we do just on a day-to-day basis. Structural engineering is much more than just the exciting building aspects… Read more »

The Difference Between a Structural Engineer and an Architect

There are a couple of reasons why some individuals have a hard time differentiating between structural engineers and architects. For one, when you look at the job description for each, they can sound a bit similar and for two, you can often see them working side by side on a variety of projects. But alas,… Read more »

When Should you Contact a Structural Engineer?

When it comes to putting together the proper materials for any sort of truss system, there is an exceptional amount of planning and execution that goes into the whole process.  With this in mind, how do you know when it’s the right time to call your structural engineer and let him know that you are… Read more »

Do You Need a Stamped Structural Report, Regardless of Which State you take a Structure to?

When you do business throughout various regions of the country, you’ll find that each individual state has its own specifications when it comes to the stamping requirements of an engineer. However, it seems that when it comes to structural reports, the overall consensus is that there is very little wiggle room. For those who are… Read more »

When Do You Know That a Structural Engineer is Needed?

When you’re putting an event together, you have so many different things on your mind that constructing to a set code of standards may be the last thing you think of. Often times, outdoor events in particular require a report to prove that the standards have been met and that each structure is safe for… Read more »

What is a Structural Engineer?

Simply put, a structural engineer is an individual who sets out to design public works that can withstand any of the forces that they may be exposed to.  Such structures could include, but are not limited to, bridges, buildings, stadiums or theatres. When it comes to the construction of any of the aforementioned, it is… Read more »