WHO WE ARE
We at Bolt Structures are an independent, professional company providing a variety of engineering and surveying services. We offer professional structural and civil engineering design and calculation to British Standards and Eurocodes, as well as structural engineer’s report. Our aim at Bolt Structures to provide high quality, cost effective solutions to your structural and surveying needs be it at feasibility stage, or during design or construction phases.
At Bolt Structures we understand that in most structural projects time is the essence, and we are able to provide a very quick and efficient service at a competitive price.
Bolt Structures is committed to being UK’s premier structural and civil design company. Unwavering dedication and commitment to proactive solutions that best serve our clients are the cornerstones of our business model. By continually refining our business practices based on our hands-on experience, we will create a strong, cooperative partnership with our clients.
WHY CHOOSE BOLT STRUCTURES
100% Success In Building Regulation Applications
Practical & Efficient Designs
Fast Turn Around
What does a structural engineer do?
Do I need a structural engineer for my home project?
If construction work is proposed in a project, involving altering the existing structure, adding significant loads or building a new structure, then you will need a structural engineer. If you are unsure whether the alterations are structural (such as whether a wall is load bearing or if removing a chimney has structural implications) then you will also need advice from a structural engineer.
Why do I need structural calculations for my project?
If construction work is proposed in a project, involving altering the existing structure, adding significant loads or building a new structure, then you will need structural calculations. These calculations and drawings will need to be produced by a qualified structural engineer in order to comply with building regulations and other statutory regulations. Not all projects require calculations, but it is recommended that you speak to an engineer to seek advice.
When would I need a Structural Engineer?
It is recommended to engage with a structural engineer as well as an architect at building control design stage, well ahead of construction. In other cases, particularly for new builds or basement conversions, a structural engineer might be required to carry out a feasibility study before submitting a planning application. The architect can also advise the client on when a structural engineer is required.
Do you produce safe designs, accurate drawings and calculations?
Yes, each design is tailored to meet your project’s requirements, following a site inspection. We take into account relevant design codes, building regulations and CDM regulations.