Structural Peer ReviewIndependent technical peer reviews by qualified, competent structural engineers of project designs can help to reduce project risk, construction timeframes and material quantities.
The primary aims of a peer review are:
- Review load path for gravity and lateral loads
- Review robustness for gravity and lateral loads
- Review structural adequacy of components
- Explore opportunities for rationalisation
- Identify risks to construction timeframes.
- identifying potential oversights in the design and detailing
- highlighting design aspects that dictate construction programming or sequencing
- analysing the efficiency of material use based on our experience and independent analysis
- identifying temporary works which may be required and reducing the impact to the project timeline.
- high rise commercial and residential buildings
- multistorey apartments and boutique unit developments
- aged care, education and health sectors
- mining, energy and resources
- commercial and retail sectors
- heavy and light industrial sectors.
We respect and strive to uphold the integrity of the structural engineering community, and frequently involve the incumbent consultant in our peer review process.