Services

Structural
Engineering

As structural engineers, we face the challenge of providing safe and economical structures for a changing society.

We must simultaneously maintain and improve aging infrastructure, increase efficiency in utilization of construction materials, as well as plan for and design tomorrow's built environment.

Planning
  • Structural Systems Evaluation
  • Preliminary Structural Design
  • Structural Prototype Design
  • Feasibility Studies
  • Value Engineering
Design
  • Structural Design and Analysis
  • Cast-in-Place Concrete
  • Tilt-Panel Concrete
  • Precast and Post-Tensioned Concrete
  • Post-Tensioned Masonry Design
  • Conventional Masonry Design
  • Commercial & Industrial Steel Framing
  • Light Gauge Steel Structures
  • Residential Wood Framing
  • Heavy and Glued-Laminated Timber
  • Panelized Wood Roof Systems
  • Prefabricated Building Systems
  • Conventional Foundations
  • Post-Tensioned Slab-on-Grade Foundations
  • Drilled Shaft & Specialty Foundations
  • Equipment Foundations
  • Retaining Walls
  • Site Adaptation of Structural Prototypes
  • Seismic Analysis & Design
  • Peer Review

Construction
  • Review of Sub-Contractor Shop Drawings
  • Construction Administration
  • Special Structural Inspections & Reports
  • Special Structural Engineer Observations
Investigations
  • Evaluation & Rehabilitation Designs
  • Failure Analysis
  • Strengthening of Existing Structures
  • Due Diligence Pre-purchase Reports

New Structural Design


The engineers at Caruso Turley Scott know what it takes to design insightful, appropriate structural systems for your new facility. Our standard of excellence in our design solutions combines creativity and innovation. We approach each project as unique, and create solutions that meet the client's expectations and the architect's creative vision.

Our firm is well-versed in structural engineering design for new buildings. Our staff maintains current knowledge resources for emerging and state-of-the-art structural materials to address your building's specific needs.

Our experience providing means and methods consulting to contractors gives us valuable perspective when addressing constructability and structural design details. Our involvement in building renovations and their inherent challenges has given us added insight into new system design - resulting in buildings that are flexible and adapt to future uses or building additions. Our goal is to provide a sound structural system that gives long-term usability and investment return.


Structural Renovations / Additions

Our experience with renovations and additions to existing structures will help you navigate smoothly through the myriad of code issues related to existing building modifications, including seismic issues that may arise. Our goal is to provide structurally sound designs that endure for generations.

Existing clients know Caruso Turley Scott is adept at identifying existing conditions, presenting a range of design options, and working closely with our clients to develop the most cost-effective, value-filled solution for their building's expansion or renovation.


Expert Witness

Recognized as structural engineering experts, we are often retained to provide expert opinion services. These services include expert testimony and depositions, as well as analysis and design to assist the building community in construction related disputes. Our broad range of expertise has enabled us to provide expert opinion in all conventional construction materials.


Due Diligence

We are building experts. We know how buildings should perform now and in the future. Throughout our firm's history, prospective building purchasers, commercial real estate companies and building owners have hired us to evaluate buildings. Whether you need a seismic assessment or a building condition evaluation, we have the experience to meet your needs.


Structural Forensics & Distressed Building Repairs

Investigate existing buildings' structural problems due to age, climate, wear and usage, natural catastrophes, building loadings, and original design or construction flaws.