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We are a firm of Structural Engineers working in the Domestic and Commercial Sector, we specialise in SIPS frame designs.
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Struct-Sure Ltd was established in 2009 by Stuart Agars after 20 years Engineering experience. The Company has developed and now operates as a limited company with additional engineers, consultants and senior design manager.
A full service structural engineering firm, we bring a wealth of technical experience and problem-solving expertise to any given project in masonry, concrete or steel and are expert market leaders in the design of engineered timber structures.
Drawings are produced in Auto CAD format and Structural Calculations are produced using CSC S-Frame, TEDDS, TRADA timber design toolkit and Specialist manufacturer’s software enabling us to provide structural documents that are complete and easy to interpret.
We have a strong commitment to quality and also maintain appropriate levels of Professional Indemnity and other insurances and are proud members of the Timber Research and Development Association, TRADA.
Our clients employ us for the civil, structural and building design of; leisure, commercial, industrial, schools, hospitals and domestic development.
Our reputation for quality engineering, rapid turnaround times and competitive pricing is unquestioned, as is our integrity and work ethic, which is why we are proud that many clients come back to us for further projects.
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