Temporary Works

At Green Structural Engineering our structural engineers play a critical role in the design and construction of temporary works. Temporary works refer to any temporary structures or supports that are required during construction or for a specific project or event, such as shoring systems, scaffolding, formwork, falsework.

Our engineers are responsible for designing temporary works to ensure that they are safe, reliable, and meet the required standards and regulations. One of the most important aspects of designing temporary works is ensuring that they are structurally sound and stable. Temporary works are often designed to support heavy loads or to withstand high wind or seismic activity, and any failure could result in serious injury or damage to property.

In addition to the design of temporary works, our structural engineers also play a key role in their construction and installation. They work closely with contractors and construction teams to ensure that the temporary works are built to the required specifications and are installed safely and securely. They also conduct regular inspections and assessments to ensure that the structures remain stable and safe throughout their use.

“Green Structural Engineering Ltd have been very responsive to our requirements across various separate projects. That we chose to re‐engage Green Structural Engineering on a repeat basis is testament to their good works and collaborative working style.”

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