EIFFEL Structural Engineers offers concept to design to execution of projects including offices, retail, schools, student housing, hospitals, heavy industrial structures, single-family custom homes, multifamily homes and more. We’re a dependable structural engineer with over 30+ years of experience, varying from Nuclear power & mining to commercial and retail.
Beyond the traditional structural engineering domain, our team always considers the quality of construction and the economics of value engineering for each project and offers sustainable design concepts for our clients.
We have the expertise and knowledge to recommend many practical and cost-effective structural systems based on green technology, local conditions and materials. Our pioneering experience in composite materials like ICF form blocks, SIPs, Adobe, Perform walls, Shipping containers, LEED certified re-cycled products, special military grade metal composite panels and various non-conventional products make us stand out in the market.
We have extensive experience in Building Information Modeling (BIM) with cutting edge 3D technology to integrate structural design with architectural, mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and process piping. We work in Revit® Structure, Bluebeam, Timberline (SAGE 300), AutoCAD 2D and 3D, STAAD, ETABS, RAM Structural, Enercalc, TEKLA and other industry-specific software.
- Arizona PE License No. 44084
- California PE License No. C75921
- Commercial Retail
- Commercial Warehouses
- Commercial Shell Buildings
- Commercial Tenant Improvements
- Commercial Office Buildings
- Commercial Hospitality
- Commercial Mixed-use Buildings
- Educational Schools
- Hospice facilities and Assisted Living
- Industrial Buildings
- Industrial Barges
- Industrial Rigs
- Medical Offices
- Post Tensioned Slab on grade foundation
- Piles and helical piers
- Residential Custom Homes
- Residential Misc structures – Ramadas, canopies, retaining walls, basement walls
- Residential Multi-family Apartments and Condominium
- Retaining Walls and Support of Excavation
- Structural Inspections
- Structural repair and retrofits
- Structural Forensic Expert
- Structural Seismic Retrofits
- Structural Value Engineering
- Shoring and excavation calculations
- Steel Tanks
- Temporary Structures
- Underpinning and Piles
Our pioneer experience in composite materials like ICF form blocks, SIPs, Adobe, Perform walls, Shipping containers, LEED certified recycled products, special military grade metal composite panels and various non-conventional products make us stand out in the market.
We have extensive experience in building information modelling(BIM). We work on Revit structure, Bluebim, Timberline(SAGE 300), AUTOCAD 2D and 3D, STAAD, ETABS, RAM structural, Enercalc, TEKLA and other industry specific structure.
Our team always considers the quality of construction and the economics of value engineering for each project and offers sustainable design concepts for our clients.
A structural engineering education typically requires 4-year baccalaureate with suggested addition of a master’s degree. Without master’s degree it’s 5 years’ experience under a Professional Engineer (P.E.) to take the exam, with a post grad degree experience is counted towards the qualifications to appear for the exam. BTW, the P.E. exam is an 8-hour exam!
-When working with an architect to design a new structure or home to make sure the design is structurally sound and will meet state and city requirements
-When adding external structures such as Ramadas or Casitas -When adding additions to an existing home
-Doing a complete remodel that will affect loading bearing capabilities -Adding solar panels to a home -A home inspector has raised concerns about possible structural issues in an existing structure
-A contractor or home inspector notice structural damage
-On behalf of insurance companies to assess threats such as wind, fire, termite, water and flood damage
For example, Rectangular / square buildings, Tall high rises, Cantilevered buildings, Factory sheds, Pipe racks, Industrial plants, Canopies, Ramada, Retaining walls, Arches, Domes, Flag poles, Light poles, Towers, Dams, Bridges, Pools, Awnings, Underground tanks, Overhead tanks, Mobile homes, and Blast resistant glazed buildings.
Structural home inspectors will look at the overall property to search for indicators that the services of an additional professional are necessary. They perform a visual inspection of the conditions of the home.
Structural engineers evaluate problems and establish solutions. They can determine the strength, durability, and safety of a structure. A structural engineer will be able to consider how the roof, floors, walls, framing, foundation, and retaining walls will be affected.