Over the last few years we have become more involved in the design of temporary works. Within the practice several of the engineers have completed Temporary works training and have received certification as Temporary Works Engineers. Engineers have also received certification as Temporary Works Coordinators. This is a higher level qualification: whilst they have the qualification we do not provide co-ordination of temporary works, but it is very useful to have engineers who know and fully understand the process. As further training we have engineers who have completed temporary works for Ground Works and superstructure. The level of work and design required for the temporary works is typically more than needed for the permanent structure. We are of the opinion that the temporary works requires a better understanding of how to construct the building and a greater depth of understanding is needed. It is for this reason that many engineers say that they cannot do the temporary works, because it is too difficult for them and they write it out of their contracts.
At Croft Structural Engineers we have the skills to undertake both the temporary and permanent works designs. Croft’s process for structural engineers to provide the temporary works is:
Delivering projects at varying scale
We understand that a property is a large investment, which is why we work on an ethos of providing a personal approach to all projects. Whether small or large, when appointing Croft you will be assigned your own engineer to personally lead through your construction process every step of the way. We have the resources to deliver projects within a framework that suits you.