SES has extensive experience in structural, civil, and construction engineering for complex building and infrastructure projects in the public and private sectors. SES possesses technical expertise in all aspects of structural engineering design and analysis using steel, concrete, masonry, and timber. When designing and evaluating buildings and their components (e.g. foundations, roofs, floors, walls), SES works with the architects to take their conceptual renderings, assign a building framework, and evaluate the structure’s constructibility. Also, SES coordinates with mechanical engineers to improve and support the building’s mechanical systems (MEP) in a multitude of building classifications (e.g. restaurants, residences, hospitals, etc.).
SES distinguishes itself as a leader on the contractor support services front, given SES’s hands-on experience with all construction phases of a wide variety of structures (bridges, buildings, and other structures). SES provides design, engineering, and on-site inspection services for many contractors and builders across the Tri-State area. From large infrastructure projects to single-family residential projects, SES is well suited to support contractors with their various structural engineering needs based on SES’s diverse engineering background and extensive experience supporting contractors.
SES has in-depth and diverse expertise in providing efficient geotechnical and foundation design for both permanent and temporary structures. SES explores all feasible alternatives in the geotechnical design to assess and recommend cost effective solutions addressing the short term and long term needs of the project.
SES has in-depth expertise in providing forensic evaluations by investigating and evaluating commercial and residential structures to determine the cause of apparent structural and building envelope concerns. SES assesses the structural deficiencies and failures and provides a detailed report of the findings. SES can evaluate construction compliance with building codes, safety codes, and contract specifications as well.