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Structural Engineering

A structural engineer would be involved if you are planning a rear extension, dormer loft conversion, or even removing a chimney. On large projects, a structural engineer is vital for carrying out the calculations and drawings needed for building control. The builder will also use these calculations to carry out the work safely on your property.

Overview :

Our structural engineering team is capable of offering a range of services to both homeowners and businesses. From supervising residential structural engineering projects to working with architects on home extensions, we bring creative and practical solutions to your structural project and enjoy a challenge. We provide a complete package and will be your single point of contact from inception to completion of your project.

At Delta Design & Build Ltd we believe in using traditional design methods in combination with modern Computer-Aided Design (CAD) and structural analysis software to provide our clients with cost-effective, value engineered Structural solutions.


We will visit the property and carry out a visual inspection and discuss the proposed works with you. We will then draw up a set of preliminary structural drawings, based on the provided architectural drawings, and send them to you and your architect/developer for your approval or comments. Once approved we will then proceed and produce structural drawings, calculations and specifications and issue them for construction. These structural drawings can then be used for the builder, party wall agreements and building control approvals.

STRUCTURAL Survey & report:

Structural surveys are undertaken to report on structural imperfections such as damage caused by water, cracks in walls, or subsidence/movement of foundations etc. The initial report will usually be based on a visual inspection of the associated area of concern. If further intrusive investigations are required to identify the cause and condition of the defect/s, we will also advise on this.